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Pomegranate Studios is a production studio located in the Corpus Christi-area. As filmmakers, artists, photographers, and many other creatives, we work to bring creative expression to life. We have collaborated on several projects with area studios and have completed two local short film productions, One for My Baby and El Poeta.

With access to a crew of more than 20 skilled individuals in audio engineering, photography, videography, we offer a wide range of production services through our parent company, HRMG. Visit their website to learn more about our commercial work opportunities.

Casting & Crew

Interested in joining the cast & crew of Pomegranate Productions? Contact us at for more information.


Taylor R. Carmona


As an independent filmmaker based out of South Texas, Taylor R. Carmona has an affinity for the unique perspectives that her local community brings. Carmona aims to capture the history and influences of her heritage by way of cinematic storytelling and digital communication.


Jennifer Bracy

Production Manager

Jennifer Bracy has her bachelor's degree in Communication-Media Studies and a minor in Public Relations from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, which is also her hometown and where she began her career in film. Bracy continues to work with filmmakers in the South Texas area as a producer and collaborator with Hi-Res Media Group, and Pomegranate Studios. She moved to Austin in 2017 to accept an internship with the Austin Film Society, where she still works occasionally as an Event Manager. Bracy is a member of Austin Film Society, Austin School of Film and The Fem House ATX Collective - The first and only Directory of Women and Non-Binary Filmmakers in Austin, TX. Currently, working on two independent short films, directing and further developing a short documentary SEW ADAPTIVE - A FILM EXPLORING ADAPTIVE FASHION into a feature this year, Jennifer keeps herself busy. The documentary is a project she started with the Cinema Touching Disability Film Festival in 2019 as part of their adaptive fashion theme. She will now be continuing the process independently. She greatly enjoys working to promote diversity and inclusion through the cinematic arts. Jennifer also works in various capacity with many film festivals in Austin. As a Texas native, she finds it extremely important to continue the film efforts of the state through festival support and local Austin film initiatives. At her core, she is a creative who looks to empower other creatives.”

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