About

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Asa is a director and filmmaker whose story-telling journey began at the age of 10 working on annual family Christmas video projects. With his burning passion for visual storytelling he founded Blue Method Films. Since then he has had his work featured on billboards, magazines and television ads across the country.

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Charlotte filmmaker turned his childhood movie-making dreams into reality

"Asa Kryst’s interest in telling stories began at a young age in Charlotte. Before anyone opened presents on Christmas day, his parents required Kryst and his five siblings to..."


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Charlotte Observer

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Charlotte photographer's work goes up on Amazon billboards

"A photograph taken at a recent Charlotte protest is now being seen by millions of people after being put on Amazon billboards across Los Angeles..."


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WCNC Charlotte

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Meet Asa Kryst

"Since as early as I can remember, I was always creating stories and using storytelling as a creative outlet, whether it be creating stories with random toys that I had or playing dress up and acting out different movie scenes..."


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VoyageATL

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Chance encounter leads to social activism opportunity for Asa Kryst

"Kryst went to a protest Uptown on June 2 with the intention of documenting this moment. He produced a 64-second video on his Instagram @asa_kryst, titled “We Stand Together” on June 3..." 


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The Charlotte Post

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Asa Kryst’s Visions of Charlotte Seen in LA

"Creatives lead the way! Amazon has contracted with Charlotte Photographer, Asa Kryst, to use an image he took during the recent..." 


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Charlotte is Creative

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I turned off all my notifications after watching Netflix's 'The Social Dilemma'

"Social media has not only given Kryst the opportunities to stay connected with friends and family, but the platforms have allowed him to grow his business..."


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Charlotte Observer