Christopher Webb is a Cinematographer and Technical Director specializing in commercial production and in-camera VFX. His narrative cinematography work has included the award-winning "Hey Diddle Diddle", "Sydney", and "Popous Pane and the Kids He Loves to Hate". He directed and photographed the feature-length documentary "Air Racer: Chasing the Dream" which aired on the Documentary Channel. Visit www.ChristopherWebb.tv for more information.
Mark Bracamonte, Assistant Director
Mark Bracamonte is a freelance filmmaker currently living in Brooklyn, NY. He has filled various roles in production and camera department, but specializes in Directing, Assistant Directing and Story Development. Mostly working on commercial and promo content, Mark has also directed multiple short films and music videos. He developed his craft at the San Francisco Academy of Art, where he received his MFA in Motion Pictures and Television, graduating cum laude. He is currently in post production on another short, and is also in the process of writing his first feature film.
Jessica Schoen, Editor
Jessica has been editing in NYC since before the dawn of jeggings. She cuts a bit of everything, from car spots to story-crafting long form documentaries. Primarily, she loves collaborating with a talented team and solving the puzzles that each new edit presents. Favorite projects include Air Racer: Chasing the Dream and anything cut to good music. Her work has screened at the New York Television Festival, San Antonio Film Festival, On Location LA, MoMA, AirVenture, and Filming Shakespeare, as well as on The Documentary Channel, PBS, and Lifetime. In between edits, she can be found acting on stage and screen and petting other people's dogs.
Patrick Castillo, Sound Design / Composition
Patrick Castillo leads a multifaceted career as a composer, performer, writer, and educator. His music has been featured at festivals and venues throughout the US and internationally including Spoleto Festival USA, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Berklee College of Music, Bavarian Academy of Music in Munich, and the Havana Contemporary Music Festival. His vocal chamber music is featured on The Quality of Mercy, a forthcoming release from Innova Recordings. Patrick has been a guest lecturer at Fordham University, the Milwaukee Symphony, ChamberFest Cleveland, and String Theory at the Hunter in Chattanooga, TN, among others. From 2010 to 2013, he served as Senior Director of Artistic Planning for the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. He is founding composer and managing director of Third Sound. www.PatrickCastillo.com