Raised in Memphis, TN, Shelby Baldock grew up loving film and music, creating short films and studying jazz percussion from an early age. The two passions always going hand-in-hand led to work for the Grammys and touring with the internationally recognized North Mississippi Allstars, creating music videos, documentaries, and concert films. In 2010, Shelby established Piano Man Pictures, a Memphis arts collective, producing and supporting local film and music. As a musician, he has played with guitarist Khari Wynn of Public Enemy, Hope Clayburn, and a touring production of “Rent.” Film collaborations with Grammy award winner Cody Dickinson include “Rattle the Hocks” and “Take Me to the River.” In 2019, Shelby was the lead VR story editor for the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi, seen by over 300,000 people worldwide. His documentary feature, “Bombie,” tackling the issue of undetonated landmines in Laos, premieres in September.