Sam-I-Am Films is a full service production company located in LA and Paris. The company is a partnership between creative director, Alexander Drecun, and producer, Adam Briscoe.
Currently, the company is producing a documentary on the national soccer team of the Ivory Coast, as well as many other artistic and commercial projects.
Alex discovered his love of ﬁlm while still in high school and moved to Los Angeles to attend Occidental College where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Visual Arts (Film Emphasis). His thesis ﬁlm, The Hate, earned “Ofﬁcial Selection” honors at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and FirstGlance – Hollywood, winning “Best Editing in a Short” at the latter.
Since that time, Alex has worked as a director, producer, DP, cinematographer and photographer on projects big and small, short and long, commercial and artistic, on four continents.
Adam Briscoe attended Georgetown University from 2003 to 2007. It was during that time Adam was first introduced to the challenges of producing documentary content in logistically complex situations. In 2005, while working for a human rights group in Beijing, Adam took on his ﬁrst role helping to produce a documentary in rural China. A year later, while managing the transportation and schedule of a candidate running for governor in Texas, Adam again assisted with the logistical demands of two documentary ﬁlm crews. In 2008, Adam created a multimedia and technology consulting company which he operated until leaving to pursue film full time. Adam now resides in Paris, France.