Joseph Wayne Henline is a 19-year-old who loves creating and capturing emotions through various forms of art. He spends his greatest talents in the production stage of motion pictures, but also enjoys working as a photographer in his side business, Captured Expressions.
Joe’s film interest was first ignited in 2009 when he and his sister entered a music video into a national contest. They won first place, which led to an internship opportunity on the feature film set, "Ace Wonder." Later in 2010, the sibling duet entered a 5 minute short film into the SAICFF and was chosen as a semi-finalist. Early the following year, Joe Directed/Produced another short film, “The Forgotten Martyr: Lady Jane Grey”, released in 2011. The film went on to receive awards in various film festivals internationally. In June of 2012, Joe and his sister were hired as crew members for "Acts of God," a modern day film of forgiveness by City on a Hill Productions. Shortly after returning home, they were invited to work on the movie "Beyond the Mask," a historic action/adventure film set in the 1770’s. During this three-month shoot Joe worked in several positions, including the Director’s Personal Assistant, Key Set PA, Personal Assistant to John Rhys-Davies (from Indiana Jones & Lord of the Rings), and Second Assistant Director.
Joe is now residing in Loveland, Ohio and currently working on "Polycarp." He is both excited and passionate about seeing this project reach completion.