Captain of his life. Director with a capital D. 25 plus years Producing/Directing. BFA/MFA Alfred University. Potter. Studied with Michael Roemer at Yale. Born in India. Rode his bike 10 thousand miles around the US. Plays every instrument known to man. Flips houses for fun. Climbed all 46 Adirondak mountains. Will eventually live on a boat.
New England native. Born in Boston and raised on Cape Cod. Lifelong learner. Lifelong boater. Water baby. Humanities major. Philosophy minor. Masters in Communicating through the arts. Triathlete. Published poet. House-flipper. Artist. Empath. Actor in comedy theater. Mother of sons. Loves to laugh. Once voted friendliest. Obsessed with jazz. Dislikes peas. Afraid of bees. Firm believer that if you want a glass of milk, don’t park a stool in a field and hope a cow walks by.
At age fourteen, Hannah got in trouble for sneaking away from the camp dance to hide in the media lab and play with iMovie-- beginning as she meant to go on. She studied anthropology and film at Brandeis University, making interests meet in the field of ethnographic documentary, and since then has been working in video and audio all over the Boston area. Her work spans everything from serious documentary to sci-fi sound effects. Postproduction is her passion and her specialty, and she loves coaxing out the story at the heart of every jumble of footage. When not absorbed in a project, she can be found playing an intense Dungeons & Dragons campaign and taking a truly unreasonable number of photos of her cats.
Bagwag: Baggott. Two m’s. Two g’s. Two t’s. University of Delaware BFA Visual Communications. 5 years filming/editing 3 TV shows for NESN and CBS. Award-winning. Power house skier. Not afraid of anything. Guinness World Book of awesome. Can balance anything on his chin. Anything.
Mister T. Dudewalla, Tylenol, T-Man: Complete gear head. Lives, breathes, dreams tech. Man of few words. Focused. Steady. The animal whisperer. Swans, dogs, cats, horses…all succumb to his gaze.