Meet Our Storytellers

Spencer Scanlon

A storyteller at heart and a man of many hats. From an early age, Spencer has been crafting stories across multiple mediums, acquiring skills in writing, drawing (comics), editing, and acting.

Shortly after high school, he served a mission for his church in San Francisco. He attended Utah Valley State College (now Utah Valley University) emphasizing in theater, then transferred to Brigham Young University and graduated with a BA in Media Arts Film Studies. While attending the BYU film program, Spencer developed skills in producing, directing, compositing & graphics with After Effects, and lighting (gaffing).

Spencer has worked as production coordinator for BYU Broadcasting, interned with both BYU Magazine and Disney as lead video production specialist, and he currently works as an editor/motion graphics/gaffer for the LDS Motion Picture Studio. Over the past 5 years, he has also worked hundreds of hours as a freelance filmmaker on commercial projects.

His passion for storytelling has lead him to pursue the prospect of creating book trailers that will "compete with audiences' expectations [in regards to quality] and do the books justice."

He currently resides in Spanish Fork, Utah with his wife and three children.

Brandon Ho

Brandon started making movies with his friends throughout his teenage years, his biggest project being a 45 minute Christmas musical that took 3 months to produce. After putting in 80 hours in one week to finish post-production, he decided that this was something he should pursue for a career.

After spending 2 years on a service project for his church in Argentina, Brandon went to Brigham Young University to study film. The Directors Track allowed him to direct a capstone film project, My Hero, which won the prestigious College Television Award for Best Childrens Programming which was hosted by the Emmys Foundation.

After graduating, he started working for the LDS Motion Picture Studio. He directed his first feature film, Missed Connections, and wrapped up the last day of production in the hospital for the birth of his first child. He currently resides in Orem working to help the Utah film scene flourish.