Trey Nelson

Over the last decade Trey has directed dozens of television series and four feature length documentaries. Some of his clients include History Channel, Discovery, NBC, ABC, A&E, Bravo, Food Network, and Cooking Channel. In 2005, Trey was awarded the Texas Filmmaker Award at the Academy Award Qualifying USA Film Festival for his short film “Raccoon.” The short was selected to several of the top festivals in the world: Aspen ShortsFest, Montreal International Film Festival, and Palm Springs Film Festival, received the award for Best Short Film at the Memphis IndieFest and was acquired for distribution by the Film Festival Collection.

In 2009 Trey directed the documentary Stealing Lincoln's Body for the History Channel. It aired to critical acclaim on Lincoln's 200th birthday and was awarded an Emmy in 2010. His second feature documentary, The Real Face of Jesus, aired in the spring of 2010 and was nominated for a 2011 History Makers Award for Best Historical Drama Production.

Recently, Trey completed shooting his first feature film, Lost in the Sun. The film stars Josh Duhamel (Transformers/Safe Haven), Josh Wiggins (Hellion), and Lynn Collins (X-Men Origins: Wolverine/City Island). The film was shot in his home state of Texas.


Contact

Management:
One Entertainment

Greg Weiss
347 5th Ave - Suite 1404
New York, New York 10016
phone: 212.974.3900
gweiss@1-ent.com

Trey Nelson

Trey has worked with...

ABC MTV National Geographic Channel VH1 BBC A&E History Channel Cooking Channel Discovery Channel Food Network Bravo Discovery ID Sc Johnson Fage Yogurt