Josh Peterson (writer/director/editor/producer) has edited major documentaries (The Rape of Europa, Born This Way) and corporate projects as a freelancer since the early 1990s. He has also written and directed several short films of his own, including the award-winning Forest Born and The Night of My Death.

Mickey Freeman (director of photography) is a veteran cinematographer who has won many awards for his work on dramatic features, tv shows, and documentaries, including The Loss of Nameless Things and Presque Isle.

Normandie Ramirez (executive producer) has produced film, video, and other media for business, entertainment, and the public sector for over 25 years. Her commercial and corporate clients include Hewlett-Packard and Paramount Digital Entertainment.

Cellist Joan Jeanrenaud (composer) was a founding member of the legendary Kronos Quartet, with whom she made more than 30 recordings and thousands of performances around the world working with hundreds of composers and contemporary artists. In 1999, she struck out on her own own to pursue new directions as a soloist and composer.