has edited more than 200 music videos for high-profile artists like Beyonce, Bryan Adams, Celine Dion, Our Lady Peace, Shaggy, The Tea Party, Billy Talent and Matthew Good. In addition to cutting director Sean Michael Turrell's award-nominated
short film Follow, and Touch for director Jeremy Podeswa (Dexter, Six Feet Under), J edited the feature films Living Death starring Kristy Swanson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), and The Cradle staring Lukas Haas (Inception). He also cuts documentary films like OMNI's Lost Innocents: Children of War, Wheels of Change by Alexandre Trudeau, and most recently Camp X about the secret agent training school established in Canada during World War II. J's many television credits include Chimp Mama, Reality Obsessed, Food Jammers, Party Mamas and Big Brother Canada, and he is currently the supervising lead editor on Food Truck Face Off, a new 13-part series for Food Network.
was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and worked as a freelance photographer for a decade before adding the moving image to his portfolio. He is a Toronto, Canada, based director of photography / cinematographer and known for The Wilkinsons, The National Parks Project, Spirit of South Asia, The Devil You Know, and dozens of films, documentaries, television shows, commercials, and music videos.
has produced over 15 films and documentaries. His 2012 short film Untouchable premiered at the Oscar-qualifying Palm Springs International Short Film Festival. In 2010, Andrew produced a documentary while living with a native tribe of Vanuatu in the South Pacific, an experience that helped solidify his passion for filmmaking and the desire to capture human emotion and adventure on screen. He was then selected for a position at the Sydney Film School in Australia, and was subsequently honored with a Producer of the Year Award in 2011. After 7 arduous years of global exploration, Andrew is now back in his home state of Texas, where he continues his work amidst Austin’s vibrant filmmaking culture. Andrew thrives in collaborative team environments with the direction to visualize and deliver a story that not only engages the audience but challenges their emotions. He specializes in concept development, project organization, and production oversight. Andrew’s ethos is evident in that “every day with film is a new adventure to collect, embrace and project.”
is a versatile and accomplished producer whose recent credits include the award-winning drama Silk, starring Oscar-nominee and Emmy-winner Shohreh Aghdashloo (House of Sand and Fog), the AFI Directing Workshop for Women comedy Election Night, co-produced with Catherine Dent (The Shield), and the short film Spun (Producers Guild of America honoree). Grace began working in Hollywood as a Creative Development intern at Silver Pictures/Warner Brothers, and is now Director of Business and Legal Affairs at RLJ Entertainment. She also worked as a teaching assistant at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's Professional Program in Producing, and the Program in Television Writing - Showrunner Series. Grace graduated magna cum laude with degrees in Law, Theatre Arts and Religious Studies from the University of Miami (Florida) and Flinders University (Australia), and is also the recipient of awards for her community service in organizing voter registration drives, election protection volunteer work, environmental clean-up and after-school programs for children.
is best known for his portrayal of Josh Baskin (the young Tom Hanks) in Big, and has appeared in over 39 productions. Born in New York, David studied literature at Columbia University and now resides in Los Angeles. He recently produced the feature film, Hellbenders, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and quickly obtained distribution from Lionsgate. His directorial debut, the thriller A Dying Art, is currently in pre-production with UnLtd. When not making movies, David develops mixed-income green buildings in Harlem, New York.
is a multi-talented media creator and editor with a passion for telling stories through moving visuals, dynamic sound and the power of the written word. As an experienced audio-visual designer in New York, his skill and creativity have been showcased in advertising, broadcast, documentary, film and web work for ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, AMC, A&E, Microsoft, BMW, L’Oreal, Neutrogena, GMC, Magnet Releasing, Variance Films, Well-Go USA, Disney, Nickelodeon, MTV, TLC, Discovery, HGTV, USA, SyFy, Spike TV and The New York Times. Doug writes primarily in the crime and suspense genres, with liberal doses of horror, black comedy and the inherent drama of the human condition. His visceral and evocative narrative style has been praised by The Black List as “the type of assured-but-off-kilter writing that can turn heads.” He has also stolen New York taxis from actors Sam Waterston and John Ritter on separate occasions, but is not sorry about it.
is an award-winning director of film, television, music video, commercials, and documentaries. Advertising work for clients like Toyota, Labatt’s, Dreamworks, and Cadillac have garnered awards from the London International Advertising Association and the Canadian Marketing Association. His latest television projects include William Shatner’s Weird or What? series,
The National Parks Project (winner of Geminit for Best Performing Arts Doc Series), and the I Didn’t Do It series for Investigation Discovery. His dramatic short film Follow, starring Gregory Smith (Everwood) and co-produced by Rhombus Media (The Red Violin) debuted at the Cleveland International Film Festival, screened at the Palm Springs International Shortsfest, and was nominated for Best Drama at the Yorkton Film Festival. His first feature film, Blue Canary, and series, The Reserve, are both currently in development.
is a renowned drummer and bandleader who has performed and/or recorded with Tommy James, Gene Bertoncini, Steve Masakowski, Chuck Leavell, Keith Richards, John Mayer and jazz legend Earl Turbinton. He co-wrote and released three albums with guitarist Dan Sumner as Permagrin and also writes for and leads his own quartet, The Louis Romanos Quartet, which released its debut album in 2015. His recent credits include scoring live theater with The Bakkhai, and video games like The Dark Ages of Titan, as well as scoring the new feature film Above the Fruited Plains. He says that scoring Odessa has been an adventure in futuristic, dystopian composition and sound design.