Stewart Butler holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Communications with a minor in Data Science, which he acquired in 2021 from Houghton College.
He has worked on Digital projects for the better part of 7 years, doing videography, video editing, photography, podcasting, and graphic design.
Stewart Butler's Videography Reel (2021)
In this Faith-based, Christian podcast, Stewart Butler and Joseph Vassallo have deep, Biblical conversations with pastors, theologians, and doctors in the pursuit of Biblical wisdom. Available on Spotify, YouTube, Anchor, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Pocket Casts, and Radio Public.
The following are products worked on by Stewart Butler though not owned by Butler Media Productions:
Stewart Butler is credited for writing, directing, cinematography, and editing on Romano, a gangster-film inspired short. Starring Carl Wager as the titular gangster, this film captures Butler's ability to spoof genres and work with talented/acclaimed actors (Wager).
Stewart Butler and TJ Sek co-wrote, co-directed, and co-edited the short film Screen, part of a project for a "Digital Video" class at Finger Lakes Community College. The short film showcases Butler's ability to co-create a project and make a suspenseful film.
Stewart Butler led the team that produced LISTEN. Butler served as writer, director, editor, and animator on this VR, 360 experience, completed as a Capstone Project final at Finger Lakes Community College. As director of the group project, Butler was responsible for keeping everything on schedule and working with the VR technology. The project was presented and released May 10, 2019.
Stewart Butler directed, scheduled, filmed, and edited the 5-video web-series. The series tackles 5 difficult questions about Faith and God with excellent lessons and beautiful animated visuals.
1. Heaven is Upside-Down from the World (with Doug Smith)
2. How do you find God? (with DL Walter)
3. Pray the Will of God into Situations (with Carl Wager)
4. Worship is When We Invade Heaven (with Joseph Vassallo)
5. Does it Matter if I Follow God? (with Tim Alexander)
With a story by TJ Sek and a screenplay by Stewart Butler, the two co-directed this short film Two Ships. The film has an eerie atmosphere, and utilizes slow-burn editing to maximize intensity and dread. The psychological thriller stars Joe Monroe and was edited by Stewart Butler.
A comedic series showcasing our failed projects of years past.
A series of "how to" and tutorial videos.