Sound and Fury Productions was formed in 1996, when J.T.Waldron and Cori Brackett co-produced with Folsom Graphics the television series, "Let's Get Into Trouble, Baby". This television show had a commerical run of 13 episodes in the summer of 1996.
Shortly after the series, Sound and Fury expanded its services to include documentaries, commercials, industrial videos, music and spoken word audio recordings, independent films, duplication and transfer services. In short, almost everything except wedding videos and event photography.
In 2004, Sound and Fury released its first production, "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World", which is an aspartame documentary that has achieved a high degree of commerical and critical success. This documentary has become a effective "staple" for those wishing to spread the word about the dangers of aspartame. The follow-up, "Sweet Remedy", surpassed "Sweet Misery" in sales and expanded the subject matter to include abuses by the pharmaceutical industry, ways to counteract poison foods and the pervasive tendancy to diagnose children with ADHD.
Since January of 2009, Cori Brackett has left Sound and Fury Productions and formed her own company, Sweet Remedy Films.
J.T. Waldron is producing a number of documentaries with subjects covering election fraud, corporate corruption, and mind control.