Abraham Heisler is an award-winning shorts filmmaker, whose productions have developed a modest following of fans and supporters across the globe.
Abraham studied film at Syracuse University and the New York Film Academy, where his thesis film, "Danny and the Ocean" is still shown to incoming students. The same film premiered at the Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival in 2006.
After graduating from film school in 2005, Abraham worked as a freelance filmmaker and was hired to shoot films for AMURT, an international disaster relief and community development NGO. With AMURT, he produced television commercials, video blogs and a short documentary, which won the people's choice award in the Explore Hatch online film festival of 2010.
In 2010, Abraham Heisler worked as an assistant to feature length film producer, Paul Schiff (My Cousin Vinny, Rushmore). Since, 2011 Abraham has directed several short film projects for internet around conscious awakening and social engagement and has worked with progressive thought leaders such as Marianne Williamson, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Noam Chomsky & Paul Hawken.
Abraham currently teaches directing at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles and has taught filmmaking in New York, Europe, Australia, and Africa.