The Notionaries pay close attention to their lyrics, which display a sense of confidence and thoughtful empowerment. Their fresh, courageous message offers listeners the will to overcome trials and live in freedom. 

Documentary

Behind the Scenes

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr discusses the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) with Open Campaign. Wes Clark Jr. talks about the significance of the Veterans March.

These Guys Can Cook

Standing Rock

Film Projects

Television

Live Music

Grey Area

Brad Carter

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Ha Ha Tonka

High Water Hootenanny

Music Videos

A film written, directed and produced by Drew Burbridge; with sound mastered by Tyler Bachert. The film was well received at international film festivals and serves as a good example of Stockyard Studios full attention to cinematic detail.

The Notionaries

Freedom is a Full Tank

Our first major move in television was producing These Guys Can Cook which grew from a successful YouTube channel to a show on Roku's HeTV Network. Producing this show from the ground up taught us a lot about how to successfully grow a brand.

Music Production

This feature documentary was directed, shot and produced by Drew Burbridge throughout South America while following Justin Chatwin and Nik Markovina on an epic motorcycle adventure. A true example of gonzo-journalism in film finds Drew completely immersed in the story- personifying our style of documentary.

The High Water Hootenanny was a flood-relief  fundraiser for West Plains, MO. The event featured local Missouri favorites Ha Ha Tonka and the Ozark Mountain Daredevils; raising over $10,000 for flood victims.

Dakota Access

Pipeline

Behind the Storm

Brad Carter's 'Doin Wrong with You' music video was directed, shot and produced by Drew Burbridge. The video stars noted film actors Maggie Grace, Justin Chatwin and Brad Carter and coincides with the feature film Scent of Rain and Lightning.

Behind the Storm: The Making of the Scent of Rain and Lightning featuring Maika Monroe, Maggie Grace, Justin Chatwin, Logan Miller, Brad Carter, Mark Webber, Bonnie Bedelia, Will Patton and Aaron Poole