James Neyman is a 27 year old Filmmaker from Cleveland, OH. He has been making films in the area for five years, starting with Nick Bailey's "Tomorrow for a Dollar", directed by Don Crislip. Neyman was the DP and assistant editor on the film. He next worked on Bob Freville's "Of Bitches & Hounds" as editor after the first three editors each came down with Montezuma's Revenge. Neyman worked as DP and Editor on Freville's next movie (co-directed by Freville & Jake McGee) Garbagehead. Neyman and Freville then worked together on Freville's "Hemo" with Neyman as editor. Freville attempted to give Neyman a break from editing, however his replacement editor shot himself after hearing a Lady Gaga song for the first time. After this, Neyman was back on the job. Freville has sheepishly accused Neyman of being Satan incarnate on several occasions, though only under his breath for fear of being turned into a llama with glaucoma. Neyman's directing debut came with "The Slasher", a psycho-drama about a man choosing to live the life of a horror movie slasher. This movie marked the introduction of WLFK Productions, Neyman's film company along with his regular writer/co-director Kurt Broz. After the Slasher, Neyman and Broz filmed "The White Russian", which is being incorporated into a massive trilogy. He is currently finishing up "Irish Car Bomb", which is Part 2, and is doing pre-production on "Red-Headed Slut", which is part 3.