Tyler Czajkowski (pronounced the same as Tchaikovsky— chy-KOFF-skee) is a Los Angeles-based writer/director with a passion for telling stories that thrill, inspire, and empower. While growing up in Maryland, he began making films with his friends at a young age. After receiving his film degree from Temple University, Tyler moved to Los Angeles to develop his craft of filmmaking full-time.
His two short horror films, Box Fort and Disguise, have received over 4 million views collectively on YouTube. Both films were made with minuscule budgets and crew. Tyler is currently developing the stories for several high-concept horror feature films.
Favoring realistic perspective over spectacle, Tyler strives to put an emphasis on creating a distinct feeling for the audience through his filmmaking. His stylistic choices are made with the intention of establishing an engaging perspective that puts the viewers in the middle of a story that feels real and allows suspense to be conjured out of their own imagination.