From as early as Elementary School, Carson was an avid filmmaker. Carson graduated from Anderson High School in Austin, Texas in 2006. He went on to attend Texas Christian University.
In High School and College, Carson wrote, directed, and edited many short films. Comedy became his genre of choice.
Much like the characters in his films, Carson preferred to take the unconventional path against life's obstacles. It was even better if he could enlist others to join his plan to beat the system at hand! Case in point: when Carson and his college roommates got tired of mowing their lawn, he bought a goat to eat the grass on their suburban Fort Worth lawn to save them the hassle. Carson named the goat "Goatman" - said Goat became the inspiration for our Logo,
After graduating from Texas Christian University, Carson moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream career of working on feature films. Tragically, Carson passed away in 2012 before he could fully realize his dream.
To honor Carson's memory, the Carson Cummings Film Scholarship Committee aims to help young filmmakers pursue their own dreams. We'd like to thank each and every student who has applied for Carson's Scholarship; your involvement means more to us than you realize.