Meet the guys behind B&TC
With the exception of that time he spent in a Mexican prison for male prostitution, Brett Sanders is pretty much just an average guy. The Mexican prison thing was really just a big miss understanding. One day while visiting Tijuana’s Red Light District; out of sheer curiosity, Brett decided to walk up to a group of under cover cops and asked them what was the going local rate for a blow job. However seeing how his Spanish was so horrible, they accidentally mistook him for a gay male hooker trying to negotiate a group rate with them, and then the whole thing just got blown completely out of proportion.
Brett was born and raised in a small town called Grand Rapids Michigan: home of the Keebler Elf and the 80s sensation The Debarges. After graduating with honors from a very “prestigious” online university where he majored in neuro-surgery and minored in lesbian studies, he eventually set out to the big city in order to make a big name for himself. Unable to find a job in either of his chosen fields, he somehow found himself in New York working for a small and broke down company selling copiers for a living.
Darren Mallett is a producer/director living in NYC. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Tampa, FL; Darren is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. In 2006 he founded the Agape Production Group, a non-profit dedicated to providing performance opportunities for young minority artist in Tampa, Florida. A member of Plastic Flamingo Theater Company where credits include: Get a Clue (director) RIP JD (associate dir)Buddah-Nosh (asst. dir). Darren is currently studying filmmaking at New School University where he wrote and directed two short films, Bedford Apocalypse and Curtain Call, both currently in post-production.
Exec. Producer/Asst. Director
Benjamin Logan was raised in Tampa, FL where at an early age, he realized that he wanted to be a part of the arts. Early on in elementary school he met Darren and Pearl Taylor (Yvonne); and since that day he immediately prepared himself for a life in film.
After a few crazy years in his twenties, he found himself with a wonderful career as a filmmaker and has since been enjoying every minute of it. Ben says he can’t wait to see what life has to offer further down the road. He is sure that if he keeps collaborating with great people like Brett & Darren: and keep on fighting the good fight, nothing but good will come to him.