Founded in 2007, we do everything from 'soup to nuts' as the saying goes, all in-house with our own equipment and personnel located in Los Angeles.
We have created and produced content for major media companies like FreMantle, Sony, Fox Television Studios and numerous online channels. Contact us if you'd like our services.
After graduating Emerson college in 2004, Taylor Garbutt traveled the world playing online poker professionally until 2007 when he returned to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Taylor got his start producing and editing for Current TV and having a knack for the online medium Taylor created a web series called "Punchline" that he sold to Atomic Wedgie, Fremantleʼs cell phone and online humor site. With the success of "Punchline" Taylor partnered up with Eli Kooris to form SPP where he continues to create, direct, produce, write, and edit. When Taylor isn't working for SPP he freelances as a producer in the Reality TV genre.
After graduating from Emerson College in Boston with a BFA in both Writing, Literature and Publishing and Journalism in 2004, Eli Kooriswas hired onto a creative think-tank at Fox Television Studios, where he was tasked to come up with television show ideas every week and pitch them to studio executives. After creating the television pilot "eBaum's World" and selling it to USA Networks in 2005, he was contracted as a creative producer for Fox Television Studios with a first-look deal. In that time he developed numerous reality television series and produced the short film "Elevator People" for Fox Searchlight, which screened at the Cannes, Santa Barbara and Indianapolis Film Festivals. In 2007, Kooris left Fox to pursue his writing career, penning feature and TV screenplays with a writing partner, as well as freelance articles for entertainment publications like Los Angeles, Venice and Zink magazines. While running Sweaterpants Productions with Garbutt, he also currently has a monthly entertainment column in 944 Magazine, is the West Coast correspondent for Blackbook.com and writes television screenplays with TV lit representation by Kaplan-Stahler.