Windswept Media

Creative storytelling


Bunee was born in Romania and lived in an orphanage until he was adopted to the United States at six years of age. He has been producing film and video content in Oklahoma for over 10 years.

He studied film production at OCCC in Oklahoma City, then graduated from Santa Fe University of Art and Design with a BFA in film in 2018. His documentary, "Bunee: The Boy from Constanta," was shown in the Cannes Film Festival and he was awarded a Heartland Emmy for directing the Tulsa history documentary, "Boomtown: An American Journey."

He has directed and filmed the promotions for The Margarita Trail for Santa Fe Tourism Department as well as the biopics for the recipients of the New Mexico Platinum Music Awards. He has worked on network productions, short and feature films, commercial production, and almost all aspects of video production. 

His current film, New Mexico Rain," is slated to show in numerous festivals. It is the touching story of Bill and Bonnie Hearne. Bonnie is totally blind and Bill legally blind. Their love, strength, and perseverance led them to being catalytic figures in the Austin music movement of the 1960s and ‘70s and later in the New Mexico music scene.



Vincent Mann originally started in filmmaking by editing family Super-8 footage with his father. This tedious process helped him to refine his technical proficiency and attention to detail. Vincent now focuses on directing and cinematography. He also specializes in aerial cinematography.

Vincent has completed a BFA in Film Production from the Santa Fe University of Art & Design and an AAS in Writing & Directing from the Colorado Film School. He is currently in production on a documentary about his Uncle Sia who emigrated from Iran before the Iranian Revolution. Stanley Kubrick and the Beatles are two of his biggest influences.



Nathaniel was born in the beautiful landscape of Calgary, Canada only to quickly be swept off to the bustling city of Houston, TX. His combined love for the mountains as well as the city was stimulating his visual mind long before he discovered filmmaker. Once that discovery was made, he never looked back, passionately pursuing visual storytelling.

His portfolio includes a variety of projects and directors including short narratives, and music videos. Many of which have gone on to receive several different awards around the country. Most recently he's worked with acclaimed-director Chris Eyre on a high-profile documentary for Georgia O'Keeffe as well as collaborating with MacGyver creator, Lee Zlotoff on several projects. He is currently available for freelance.



Brady Foster has been involved in well over a hundred video productions and has been working in the industry for 15 years.  He is the recipient of an Emmy® Award as editor of the film Boomtown: An American Journey, which won in its category of Documentary/Historical Program.  Brady also edited Bunee : The Boy from Constanța, which showcased at the 2016 Cannes Festival in the American Pavilion.  Other film credits as editor include Hana, Culpability, Yes, We’re Open, and Repercussion.  Brady has also done visual effects work for In the Shadows and Electric Nostalgiaas well as for numerous commercial productions.  Brady recently completed producing and editing the short documentary Laughter Without Borders: Swedish Clowns in Greece Helping Syrian Refugees, which he also filmed in Summer 2016 in Thessaloniki, Greece. The film will had its international release in Athens, Greece in April 2016 at the Hellenic-American Union and has also played for audiences in Sweden and at the 2017 Los Angeles Greek Film Festival.