We are a full-service broadcast production company located in Austin, TX.  We have a passion for  documentaries. Our last feature documentary, Art From the Streets, has garnered several awards and played at over 30 film festivals around the world. 


Layton Blaylock - Producer, Director, Cameraman.

Layton has worked on a wide range of productions including documentaries, feature films, TV shows, and informational films over his 40 year career as a cinematographer, director, and producer.





Quincy Lowman & Jeff Hastings, Executive-Producers




Paul Patrin, Field Audio, Editor.



Martin Crane, Composer.


Layton Blaylock is an award-winning filmmaker, director, director of photography, and a founding partner in Inferno Films. His feature documentary Art From the Streets was accepted at over 30 film festivals around the world, winning ten awards, including 5 for Best Documentary.  Art From the Streets was another passion project about an art program for homeless people. The plight of the homeless is a subject near and dear to Layton’s heart, and he has found a subject with Community First! Village that he hopes can make a real impact on our cities and towns across the country by helping the homeless get off the streets and transform their lives. However, what Community First, A Home for the Homeless will show is that it takes more than just housing, it takes a community. 




Quincy and Jeff are co-owners of Elephant Productions one of Austin’s largest film & video production companies servicing the evolving corporate and institutional market since 1992. Elephant Productions has produced projects all over the world for a wide variety of clients such as Dell Computers, American Heart Association, and the University of Texas. Jeff and Quincy are both founding partners in Inferno Films.



Paul Patrin is a 20 year veteran in the video production industry working as an editor, colorist, and videographer on a wide variety of projects including documentaries, TV shows, and informational films. Because of Paul’s versatility, he is a valuable member of this production handling the field audio recording and serving as editor for the film.


Martin Crane is a NY/NC-based composer whose most recent projects include the forthcoming feature, “The Escape of Prisoner 614” (starring Ron Perlman and Martin Starr), and a GE-sponsored short documentary that will screen before Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One”.  After releasing two albums and touring nationally under the name Brazos, Martin started working in film as the music supervisor on the Oscar-nominated documentary, “Cutie and the Boxer”. Since then, he’s scored many shorts and commercials, including the Emmy-nominated science documentary series, “Animated Life”. He also releases original music, most recently a series of string quartets in 2017.