About Us

Carrie Preston, Mark Holmes and James Vasquez formed Daisy 3 Pictures in 2004 to create what they like to call “gay films you can take your Mother to, and women’s films with a ‘broad’ appeal” . In other words, high caliber films for audiences that are often overlooked by the typical film studios.

Since the formation of Daisy 3 Pictures, they have produced several productions. Their first feature, 29th and Gay, written by James Vasquez and directed by Carrie Preston was acquired by TLA Releasing for North American DVD, internet and television distribution. It also played on Italian television and Here!TV. Their second project, the short film Feet of Clay, written by David Caudle and directed by Carrie, did the festival circuit. Their second feature film, Ready? OK!, was written and directed by James Vasquez. It features Carrie Preston, John Preston, Lurie Poston, Michael Emerson, and Kali Rocha. It was acquired for North American distribution  by Wolfe Releasing and is available on iTunes.

Their third feature That’s What She Said was written by Kellie Overbey and directed by Carrie Preston. It stars Anne Heche, Marcia DeBonis, Alia Shawkat, Kellie Overbey and Kate Rigg. It had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival where it was acquired by Phase 4 Films and had a theatrical run. At the Nashville Film Festival it won Best Film by a Woman Director  (Carrie Preston)and Best Actress (Alia Shawkat) At  Film Out San Diego, it won Best Screenplay (Kellie Overbey) and the Audience Award for Best Supporting Actress(Marcia DeBonis) It is currently available on iTunes.

Daisy 3 Pictures produced the award winning web series Darwin: The Series,  created by Karl Kenzler, Lynn Rosen and Christopher Gerson, which played numerous festivals including ITVFEST where it won Best Director (Carrie Preston).

They produced The Dody Show, a web series written by and starring Carrie Preston, which had its world premiere at the New York Television Festival (NYTVF). And also co-produced the web series Roger the Chicken, created by Matthew-Lee Erlbach.