Geri Atos started her filmmaking career in New York City after graduating from Hunter College with a BA in Media Studies. She was involved in a variety of projects at WABC’s programming department in New York and has also assisted in numerous unique short films produced by Ager Meillier Films for the Action Center to End World Hunger interactive museum in New York’s Battery Park. She has worked on PBS’ four-part documentary series Faces of America with Henry Louis Gates Jr., and HBO’s feature documentary film, Vito. Geri is currently working and living in Los Angeles.
James Pellechi Jr.
James Pellechi began his career as an associate producer for various Theatrical productions on and off Broadway in New York City. As an associate producer much of his focus involved fundraising; some of those credits include Man of La Mancha with Brian Stokes Mitchell, Gypsy with Bernadette Peters, Wicked with Joel Grey, Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth, Frankie and Johnny with Stanley Tucci and Edie Falco, and Match with Ray Liotta and Frank Langella to name a few. James currently works and resides in Los Angeles.
(Director of Photography)
Jordan found his passion while working on countless productions and studying still photography at the same time. He learned techniques and styles, both at Emerson College and while abroad. Jordan trained in the Czech Republic at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU University) located in the heart of Prague. He has worked with companies such as JCPenny, iHome, ABC News, Boston Bruins, Walgreens, and BlackBerry. Jordan currently resides in Brooklyn, NY and often works in Boston, MA.
Jeremy Carr is an award-winning filmmaker based in Los Angeles. He was editor of the 2012 Emmy Award-winning primetime TV Special, SESAME STREET: GROWING HOPE AGAINST HUNGER as well as the documentaries WHOLE NEW PERSON (directed by Academy Award winning director Cynthia Wade), SELFIE (which premiered at The Sundance Film Festival and was the winner of a 2014 CLIO Image Award) and THE GNOMIST (premiering at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival). Jeremy was the Producer/Editor/DP of the feature length documentary THE WAR ON KIDS, which the New York Times described as “A shocking chronicle of institutional dysfunction.” It can be viewed on The Documentary Channel and Netflix.
He is a graduate of the film program at Boston University and has been a guest lecturer at The University of Southern California.
Darin Quan grew up in Salinas, California. His work as a photographer, jazz musician, and artist informs his work as a cinematographer. His work includes commercials for brands like HP, music videos for Sky Pony and Toys and Tiny Instruments, as well as his own narrative short films. Central to his process are improvisation and a sense of play. Darin lives and works in New York City.
Anthony Thompson is a relentless sound mixer, starting young as a theater and local access television mixer and merging into the production recording world. A graduate of The College of New Jersey’s Communication Studies program, he began freelancing as a live sound mixer and coordinator with the school. Working diligently with upcoming directors and producers, he is contributed his work with projects like Gimme the Loot and Fall to Rise. Currently residing in Brooklyn, NY.