"In a good story well told, our hero or heroine has not just a goal, but a burning desire. The forces arrayed against that individual seem insurmountable; the stakes are life or death. Their journey, whether tragic or triumphant, resonates within the deepest reaches of our being."
-Terry Weston Marsh
TERRY WESTON MARSH
Terry Weston Marsh has written, created, directed, or produced a wide variety of short films. His projects have included a children’s television show, The Adventures of Elmer and Friends, that starred iconic TV painter Bob Ross in the introductory episode. The show won a number of awards. Terry’s early short films “Lollipop” (2002) and “Outside” (2003) garnered five regional Emmy nominations. His more recent films include Mr. Cooper Who Fell From the Sky. Terry is a retired physician and graduate of Compass College of Cinematic Arts.