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Gulture Enterprises


“The future is already here. It’s just unevenly distributed.” William Gibson, Neuromancer

I’m Frank Colin and I’ve been swimming in the media stream my entire life – music, TV, radio, video, film, live concerts, theater, film, books, art, dance…

Though I can’t program my way out of a paper bag, I’ve used computers for decades.

I’ve been involved with video production since the Sony Porta Pak was released –  the first portable reel-to-reel video tape recorder.

I founded the first company that marketed and distributed a variety of software productivity tools specifically designed for film and television production. I was midwife and later VP Marketing and Product Development for Final Draft, world’s #1-selling scriptwriting software.

In the early ’90’s, I was “everything” except the developer for the automatic graphics processing tool DeBabelizer, much beloved by multimedia developers, games programmers, and artists worldwide. I’ve been told by many that it’s time saving and ability to process 1,000’s of files overnight saved many marriages/relationships.

My expertise and insight is in technology as well as the media and entertainment industries, giving me a unique perspective.

I’m dedicated to encouraging artists, musicians, storytellers and developers who stretch the boundaries of their media and to assisting them in telling their stories. Throughout my career, I have been highly successful in guiding a number of organizations in their business development, marketing, product development, media relations, and social media strategy.

My current clients include AddictScience, American Comedy Theme Park, CA Palm, FatRedCouch, First Light Design, GreatSexAfter40iStunt,  Michael Castleman, QTAKE•Invision, Radical.FM, Screentakes, Zavala Songs, Inc.

Everything is media.


Gulture Enterprises has been my DBA since high school. The logo was originally a button from the ’60s.

If I don’t see live music at least once a week, I go through withdrawals.

The house sign photo was taken in lovely Laborie, St Lucia. The fact the homeowner was so adamant that the phrase was repeated makes this even better