Tre Shallowhorn is a global documentary and non-fiction filmmaker. A New York based artist, Tre was introduced to the documentary arts in 2006, while studying African-Brazilian culture and filmmaking in Riode Janeiro, Brazil. He returned to finish his undergraduate studies at UCLA in world art and culture and documentary filmmaking under the renowned filmmaker, Marina Goldovskaya. Since then, he has dedicated his professional energy to photographing the relationship of art and culture within various world movements, issues, and themes. In hisblossoming career, he has shot and produced work for various non-profit and for-profit companies and organizations including NBC,UCLA, NYU, Division12 Media, Real Life Documentary Film Festival, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, Movement for the Urban Village Dance Company, Hispanic Heritage Awards, Los Angeles Poverty Department, and Driving School for Life. Tre currently works as an associate producer and camera operator for NBC’s Open House and LXTV’s First Look.

Tre Shallowhorn is originally from Los Angeles, California and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.