Adrean Mangiardi is an award-winning filmmaker who has directed, edited, produced, coordinated, and filmed for an array of content genres including music videos, feature-length documentaries, promotional marketing, experimental, and journalistic broadcasting. Best known for his collaborations with Sean Forbes, a Deaf Musician/Visual Artist from Detroit, in creating several music videos including “I’m Deaf” and “Watch These Hands.” From 2009 to 2017, he worked at DPAN.tv as their Director of Video Production in creating accessible online live media content for individuals who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. While working for D-PAN, he directed a couple of ASL music videos including, “We Brought The Sunshine,” “Fireflies,” and co-directed along with Jules Dameron in “Different Colors” and “Let’s Mambo.” He also created lyrics videos for deaf ASL performers, such as Sean Forbes, Wawa Snipes, and Mandy Harvey, for their live shows. His biggest achievement to date was working with Forbes by creating lyrics videos for his show at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra with over a thousand people attended and more through live stream program. Currently, he runs his own video production company, Mangiardi Films LLC, and have produced spots for Microsoft and Google through Connect Direct under Communication Service for the Deaf.