A street artist and his estranged son reconnect as a result of their common interest, art.
The half Chinese, half Jewish Schwartz started his career from an early age, skipping high school and transitioning quickly to California State University at age 13. While at CSU, he kept himself busy as a 3D animator and programmer for NASA until he graduated at 18. But that couldn't keep Sheldon from his true passion: filmmaking. Sheldon helmed his first major production- the award-winning World War 2 short film "The Bridge", which helped him transition to commercial directing.
After a stint directing commercials for global brands like Lenovo and Samsung, Sheldon spent three years working with DJI - the world leader in consumer drone technology - where he directed multiple global video campaigns shot in over 15 countries.
Sheldon trains in performance direction at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and recently joined the DGA while actively looking for an amazing project that aligns with his storytelling sensibilities.