Levi Obery is an award-winning filmmaker, producer at (mt) Media Temple, and principal of Ten Thirty-One Pictures Entertainment. Obery began producing small video projects and films under the "Ten Thirty-One" banner in 2002. The name was derived from a film project that was set on Halloween. The film was his first collaboration with David Zimmerman III. Obery is the principal shareholder in Ten Thirty-One Pictures Entertainment and manages its overall operations, which include motion picture development, production, and distribution. Obery graduated from Bradley University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Entrepreneurship. In 2004, Obery produced, wrote, and co-directed "The Only Way", the controversial film about a school shooting. The following summer, he produced, wrote, and co-directed the short film "Before the Storm". He then produced "Into the Woods", the fourth film with David Zimmerman III. Obery also served as co-producer on the critically-acclaimed film "One Hour Fantasy Girl", which was shot in Los Angeles in February 2008. In 2009, Obery produced and edited an award-winning documentary film, "The Obery Farms Legacy", for the 135th anniversary of his family's agricultural enterprise. Obery is currently producing the "Made on (mt)" web series at (mt) Media Temple and developing several motion picture properties, including In the Belly of the Whale, a thriller set in the Alaska wilderness, for Ten Thirty-One Pictures Entertainment. Obery currently resides in Los Angeles, California.