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Meet The Award Winning Team

Owen Hisle

Founder / President / CEO

Writer / Producer / Director

Tim Lee

DP, Editor

(Sound & Lighting)

(Secondary - C-107 Drone Op)

Heather Patrick

Assistant Director

Sarah Fischer

Photographer

Movie Posters

Peggy Wantwadi

Primary Coordinator Over All

Production Departments

Brittany Dymond

Music

Contemporary

Singer, Song-Writer

Eric Rose

Story Board

Illustrator

Animator

Ashley Hoff

Co-Producer

(Writer)

Tyna (T) Jackson-Renfroe

Primary

Personal Assistant To Owen Hisle

Greg Halleck

Primary

C-107 Drone Op

Corrine Romero

Primary

Make-Up / Hair / Effects

Andrew Messinger

Coordinator Over All PA's

(Grips, Gaffers, Security)

(Actor's Assistants)

(Extras, Helpers)

Troy V Bethune

Music

Rapper

Chad Gifford

Continuity

Matt Liparulo

DP, Editor

(Sound & Lighting)

Your Name Here

Secondary

Personal Assistant To Owen Hisle

Margie Routheaux Dauster

Script Stenographer

Kelly Bailey Simmons

Assistant

Make-Up / Hair / Effects

Moriah Mosley

Costumes, Productions

Emmanuel Cavallo

Music

Scorer

Jack Gifford

Film Location

Handyman Tech

Heather Gifford

Scripty

 
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