Ben Patton

A documentary filmmaker and author with over 15 years of experience in media, Ben Patton established Patton Productions in 2005, bringing together a talented group of editors, cinematographers and composers to produce high quality biographical, promotional and commercial videos.

As the grandson of World War II General George S. Patton, Ben admits that history and narrative is central to his work as a filmmaker. His famous foreb400    ears aside, it is the exercise of taking the time to listen to an individual or family’s story that reveals the magnificence of any life. Everyone has a story worth preserving -- the trick is to figure out how to peel away the layers and capture that story in a way that can be cherished by future generations.

Prior to forming Patton Productions, Ben worked for five years at New York PBS affiliate WLIW/WNET as a development executive and producer. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and is currently completing his Masters degree in Developmental Psychology at Columbia University-Teachers College.

Through My Eyes

2012 - 4 minutes

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