Husband and wife filmmaking team Mark and Angela Walley have been collaborating for over a decade. Their film work has received over two million views online and has been featured on Roger Ebert's Journal, National Geographic, The Atlantic, NPR Picture Show, Colossal, and Vimeo Staff Picks. After their marriage in 2010 they established Walley Films, an independent production studio based in San Antonio, Texas.
Mark and Angela Walley have worked as film series producers for Rice University Art Gallery, Southwest School of Art, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, Artpace San Antonio, and Glasstire.com on dynamic short documentary films following the work of contemporary artists. Their clients have included Art21, McNay Art Museum, and San Antonio Museum of Art. They have received film grants from Southwest Alternate Media Project, The Idea Fund, and The Artist Foundation of San Antonio to continue their collaborative work.
The pair are currently in production on their feature-length documentary directorial debut, Tía Chuck, following the life and work of the late artist Chuck Ramirez. Learn more at www.TiaChuck.com.