Aliens Studios Productions

Aliens Studios Productions was founded by my younger brother and myself in 2007. We produce a variety of videos that range from short films to cartoon animations to LEGO stop motion videos and video game reviews.

My name is James and I've been making videos since I was thirteen years old. As a child I really just liked to do anything creative. The first outlet for my creativity was drawing. I drew Mickey Mouse and several other of my favorite cartoons. At a young age I discovered the famous comic strip Calvin & Hobbes by Bill Watterson who I consider to be one of my idols and main inspirations in my life.  
It wasn't until a bit later in my life that I discovered the wonders of video and film and started trying to create them too. At first the videos my younger brother and I made were extremely amateur, but as time went on, I became more comfortable producing quality content. Creating videos and short films is one of my many passions as well as collecting video games, consoles and accessories. Along with that I love watching sports and just learning new interesting facts and tidbits overall.
Me and my brother Joseph used to buy toy Aliens from vending machines at the local grocery store. After a while, we started making up staging stories with them and then finally we asked if we could make some shows on the video camera. My dad graciously obliged and we started filming our own little TV show. We named it Aliens; hence the name of the website Aliens Studios.
I'll be the first to admit that our early videos weren't that great, but if you've got nothing better to do, all 23 episodes of Aliens are here on the website in their horrendous glory! So I guess give them a watch if you want or have nothing better to do and trust me when I say nothing.
Through the years, me and my brother made videos together, all of them were of different styles and genres. I always thought it was nice to have a bit of variety, and I still try to make a variety of video types today. 
Nowadays, I mostly work alone. All of the videos I make are pretty much one man jobs but I still collaborate with my brother and friends sometimes. My hope is to make content that you, the audience enjoys. Thank you so much for watching my videos and visiting! I can't tell you how much it means to me.