Fred Terling, a former US Marine and presidential guard, has an extensive background in budgeting, sales, marketing and fund-raising. Throughout the 1990s, he worked for technology companies in channels and product marketing.
In the early 2000s, he started an independent marketing company, Banished Rascals, with his wife Lori. The company has worked on campaigns for Amtrak, the United States Postal Inspection Service, Lexis Nexus and many others.
In the mid-2000s, Mr. Terling entered the world of political campaign management and fund-raising. He worked with national, state and local parties and candidates. Fred served as one of the co founders and President of the Board of Directors for the Friends of the Hollywood Theater, a non-profit organization.
Fred attended Point Park College for cinematography. He is the host and creator of the international independent-horror show Barnabus Bailey and the Greatest Show Unearthed Presents (2012) , which was most recently featured at the Underground Cinema Film Festival in Dublin, Ireland. His character, Barnabus Bailey, hosted a comedy showcase at the Broadway Comedy Club in New York City along with other live venues on the East Coast. Additionally, he is co founder of Studio We.
In 2012, Fred participated in the 48 Hour Film Project as team leader, Writing, Directing and Editing Team Peanut Butter and his first short film, Dead Draw. The culmination of ALL of these experiences led with his first venture into feature length Independent Film with Croaker (2013). The film was completed in 10 months and now being presented for Distribution in both retail and Video On Demand markets. Currently, Fred is in pre-production with his next film, "Dead Edit."