Marshall is an award-winning filmmaker and Billboard-charting artist with over 1 billion views on social media.
He has built a multidisciplinary career out of his passion for telling stories, capturing attention, and evoking emotion.
Before Marshall’s entertainment career, he graduated from a Top 10 law school, served on the executive leadership team of a $300M global consulting firm, and founded a music-based gaming company.
A serial entrepreneur in his own right, Marshall has raised millions in investment capital and partnered with major entertainment companies like Sony Music, Universal, Warner Bros, and dozens of others to bring his projects to life.
Donning the moniker “The Tin Man,” Marshall shifted his focus to music where his debut album landed on the Billboard Hot AC Chart as well as Spotify’s Viral 50. “Viral” then became an even greater part of his career when he joined a group of creators and learned how to instantly capture people’s attention online — and keep it. Hundreds of videos and a billion views later, Marshall is seasoned at marrying art with the psychology of what keeps people watching a video.
He then took his creative forces to the big screen and sold a television concept to JBTV and CBS. Marshall won Best Director at the Georgia Shorts Film Festival, took a television pilot to SXSW, and was a Top 12 Finalist in Coverfly's Action/Adventure Contest for his first feature script. He’s directed award-winning shorts, numerous music videos for Americana star Eliot Bronson, and nearly a thousand social media videos.
Whether consulting for Fortune 50 companies or running a set, Marshall knows what it takes to co-create and inspire a team at the highest level. The fruits of his work have been featured in a diverse range of publications including Variety, Billboard, Headline News, Mashable, and TechCrunch.
"I believe great directing is born out of a unique perspective. My perspective is variety. It comes from the rich and diverse life I've been able to live. Every experience, no matter how unrelated it may have seemed in the moment, has come together to give me this multi-layered lens through which I capture stories."
- Marshall Seese, Jr.