Mark and Angela Walley have been collaborating as artists, musicians, and filmmakers for nearly 15 years. Walley Films, their independent film studio, was founded in 2010 and focuses on documentation and advocacy of contemporary art in Texas. Mark and Angela have produced short documentary film series for Glasstire.com, Rice University Art Gallery, Southwest School of Art, Artpace San Antonio, and the Moody Center for the Arts. Their clients have included San Antonio Museum of Art, the McNay Art Museum, and Art21.
Walley Films short documentary films have screened at Rice University Art Gallery, Houston; Peabody Essex Museum, Massachusetts; Aicon Gallery, New York; Kunsthaus Stade, Germany; and NUS Museum, Singapore.
Mark and Angela's video collaborations with visual artists have been presented at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, Trinity University Art Gallery, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, FL!GHT Gallery, and Presa House Gallery.
The pair recently completed their feature-length documentary directorial debut, Tía Chuck: A Portrait of Chuck Ramirez, following the life and work of the late artist. Learn more at TiaChuck.com.
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Angela and Mark Walley pictured in their home studio with their cat Zuzu and their invention, the Walley POS-86