Hitman Productions is Maxine Trump and Josh Granger
Since its inception in 2005, Maxine and Josh have created a wide variety of film and TV work for all sorts of clients. From enormous budgets to micro; working with celebrities for the biggest names in broadcast and streaming; to independently-produced award-winning short and feature documentaries. It's a wide range, encompassing editing, directing, producing, writing — everything.
Maxine has directed short documentaries for TNT, Sundance Channel, BBC, TLC and many more. She worked for the BBC in London for seven years as a development executive for scripted comedy before emigrating to the USA, working as a TV commercial director and producer for eight years. She won BDA awards for her work on commercial projects for TV and agency clients, including AMC, National Geographic, PBS, BBC America, Animal Planet, Comedy Central, American Cancer Society, L'Oreal, Oreos, etc.
Maxine is on the selection committee for DOC NYC and Nantucket Film Festival, a Manhattan chapter leader of Filmshop (a non-profit film collective), the author of the documentary guide "Diving into Documentaries" and teaches documentary filmmaking at the New York Film Academy.
Josh worked as story producer for the first season of the award-winning real-life series “Random 1” on A&E and has produced and edited programs for National Geographic Television and PBS. He has worked for the past 15 years producing and editing documentary programming for channels such as A&E, TBS, TNT, National Geographic, and BBC America.
Josh was also a founder / partner of the creative agency A Million Neon Rainbows, which produced and edited trailer campaigns for such flagship programs as AMC's "Breaking Bad" and "Better Call Saul", and SyFy's "Twelve Monkeys" among others. He has won numerous Promax/BDA awards for his work on trailers. He has lectured at American University and School of Visual Arts.