Bio


Stacy Davidson

Houston Video Editor, Cinematographer and Visual Effects Artist

StacyDavidson_001b_smA jack of all trades, Stacy Davidson is an expert in all facets of film and video production. While he often works as a cinematographer or visual effects artist on a for-hire basis, he generally performs nearly all technical and creative duties on his own films.

Davidson got his start in 2001 at Zak Communications, creating industrial videos for clients such as House of Blues, ExxonMobil and Ocean Energy. Now with 14 years of experience in the film and video industry, Davidson has made numerous short films and music videos, created visual effects and in some cases worked as effects coordinator for nearly a dozen features, and written and directed two of his own feature films including his teen “smasher” Sweatshop, winner of five awards including Best Special Effects from the New York City Horror Film Festival and Best Picture from Texas Blood Bath. His work has screened in New York, Texas, Utah, Canada, France (Cannes) and England with great success, has been distributed worldwide through DVD, Blu-Ray, Netflix and Redbox and has received a shower of glowing reviews from major sources including MPAA Accredited Entertainment Reporter Staci Layne Wilson and internationally renowned Fangoria Magazine.

In 2011, Davidson co-produced Jacob featuring James Hampton (Teen Wolf, Sling Blade) and Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens, Tombstone), also serving as cinematographer, editor and visual effects supervisor.

Other feature films Davidson has worked on include Dead Still (Sci-Fi Channel), Chillerama (ArieScope Pictures), The Theatre Bizarre (Severin Films), Psychic Experiment (Lionsgate), Closet Space (R-Squared Films), Renfield: The Undead (R-Squared Films), The Flesh Keeper (Nott Entertainment), Dead Of Knight (Starship Films) and 100 Tears (Manic Entertainment/Oddtopsy) in capacities including cinematographer, lighting director, visual effects artist/supervisor, and sound designer.