Tiny Monster Productions was founded by three cinematographers in 2015 with a simple vision: create a production services company that offers streamlined and effective rental solutions while catering to the specific needs of each production. No more juggling and coordinating with multiple vendors for every project. 


Tiny Monster:
Your One-Stop-Shop.

Tiny Monster: Your One-Stop-Shop.

Caitlin is originally from the greater Philadelphia area but spent the last thirteen years in Southern California. She joined the Tiny Monster team in 2020 as Operations Manager after working through the production ranks on set. By working on everything from stills campaigns and branded events to episodic television and commercials, she has a multidimensional repertoire of experience that she brings to the table. Caitlin’s most recent work as a commercial Line Producer and Production Supervisor provides great insight in making sure our clients needs are addressed while being mindful of the challenges of every shoot.

Caitlin is currently based in Savannah, Georgia. When not in the office, you can find her sailing, working on her 1920s bungalow, or planning her next trip.

Caitlin Noll
Operations Manager

Andrew was born and raised in Liverpool, England. Though he initially focused on photography while earning a BA Honors Degree from Central Saint Martins in London, Andrew soon progressed into motion pictures. He subsequently moved to Los Angeles to pursue film and complete his Masters Degree in Cinematography from American Film Institute. 

Since AFI, Andrew has worked as Director of Photography for the likes of Netflix, Amazon Studios, NBC, Discovery, HBO MAX, and OWN. He keeps active in the photography world through his work with such brands as Google, Home Depot, Amazon, and Walmart. In 2022, he directed his first network show for Discovery+ and HBO MAX. 

After work, you can typically find Andrew staying active outdoors with mountain biking, climbing, or hiking. When the Mid-Atlantic weather does not cooperate, Andrew keeps his artistic side active by visiting local art galleries and museums. 

Andrew is a member of IATSE Local 600 and a FAA Certified Drone Pilot. 


John Brankin

Andrew Zeiderman

John is a Director of Photography hailing from the Chicago area but has called Los Angeles home since 2010. He jokingly refers to the Delta Sky Lounge as his second home due to the extensive travel for shoots. 

John’s eye for high quality visuals with nimble setups has kept him busy shooting in remote locations across the country for the likes of Discovery, A&E, History Channel and Lifetime. He prides himself on his skilled expertise in steadicam, gimbals, and drones. John is a FAA Certified Drone Pilot. 

When not shooting, John can be found mountain biking, snowboarding, or fine-tuning his BBQ recipes for when he retires and opens a food truck. 

Nate Horowitz

Nate is a Chicago native who prides himself on strong collaboration and the ability to work with the elements of a story to find the best look for each project. His visual artistry runs in the family; the support of his talented grandmother and mother led Nate to find a passion in filmmaking. 

Nate’s career began at Disney, where he learned to elevate his work to the high standards of the iconic brand. He continued to hone his craft with brands like Ford, Anheuser Busch, and Best Buy. Nate has also filmed TV shows for multiple networks including ESPN, Amazon, ABC, and OWN. Nate recently delved into the narrative world while shooting with the second unit for the feature film “Shattered”. 

When not working, Nate is traveling with his wife, trying any and all cuisines (no matter how strange), and conquering mountains all over the world on his bike.

Nate is a member of IATSE Local 600 and is a FAA Drone Certified Pilot. 

Brianna grew up in Seattle and graduated from Washington State University with a BA in Broadcast Production. She quickly fled to warm and sunny Los Angeles soon after graduation.  Since moving to California, Brianna has spent most of her time traveling the world as an Assistant Camera and Camera Operator for multiple reality and docs-follow shows. She jokes that she spent the last decade paying LA rent prices simply to store her belongings.

Brianna brings 10 years of on-location gear troubleshooting expertise to the Tiny Monster team. From a tour bus for Demi Lovato to the streets of London for TLC to knee-deep mud in the Amazon Jungle for Discovery, Brianna found herself drawn to the technical troubleshooting side of the camera world. She prides herself on her ability to problem solve under pressure and try new ideas until an answer is reached. 

Brianna enjoys exploring nature and camping in her “Van Life” Promaster with her newly found free time since getting off the road.

Brianna Brennan
Gear Manager