Ruth’s production work includes the award-winning short films, Zen and the Art of Landscaping and Mary and Louise. Her editorial credits include TV shows for the Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and E! Entertainment.
During her 20+ year career, Amy has been the casting director, and in many cases a producer, for more than 90 film and television productions.
Feature film credits include Something's Gotta Give and Godfrey Reggio's Visitors. Award-winning short films include Student Academy Award winner and Sundance honoree Zen and the Art of Landscaping. Television casting credits include Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, Night of Too Many Stars, and HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.
Sean’s narrative and documentary cinematography includes Before the Sun Explodes (dir: Debra Eisenstadt) which premiered at SXSW. He has shot commercials for Nike, Wrangler, POM Wonderful and Banco do Brasil with his work featuring in Adweek and major industry publications.
David’s recent editing credits include the docu-series, Religion of Sports (Direct TV), Why We Fight (GO90) and David Ortiz: The Last Walk-Off (ESPN Films). David is also the Student Academy Award-winning writer/director of the short film, Zen and the Art of Landscaping.
Andrew’s sound design and editing credits include the Berlin Film Festival award-winning feature, Vanaja (dir: Rajnesh Domalpalli) and Sundance Award-winning short, Family Portrait (dir: Patricia Riggen). He is an Associate Professor of Cinema Arts at Point Park University, Pittsburgh.