TJ Walker

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TJ Walker


Founded in 2011, JWalk Entertainment is the epicenter for all facets of innovative digital media production, from video production, digital comic books and graphic novels to groundbreaking music fabrication. What began as a hobby, creative leader and founder Andy TJ Walker has become a powerful influence to the local community by supporting new artistic and social movements. A champion for residential artistry, Walker has been a strong advocate for marking Seattle, Tacoma and outlying areas on the entertainment map. TJ's roots began with books and comic books, in middle school and high school TJ was the writer and artist of his own creator owned comic books. After high school TJ tapped further into his creativity and started doing small budget music and video production for local musicians and quickly became popular in his home town by his signature creative music he produced from samples of movies, tv shows and video games. While his business prospered, he notice a change in direction the music and film industries were heading due to technology and social media. He enrolled at a technical college focusing on digital media and filmmaking to reset JWalk Entertainment to fit the future. Walker was able to successfully complete school and began harvesting his inventive knack for music and filmmaking into the new digital world. While nurturing his newfound passion, TJ began working at an all-boys foster care home part-time with hopes of creating a positive environment and influence to the resident young teens. He developed a new thirst for ensuring at-risk male fostered teens and soon established HomeLife, a therapeutic foster home geared towards generating a positive, safe and nurturing transitional atmosphere with his mother Quincey Walker. As a 24 hour director and supervisor, TJ utilized his artistic abilities in filmmaking and his commitment to foster teens and combined the two, creating short horror movie clips with the assistance of the teens he supervised.