Director/Director of Photography – Marie Hinson
Marie is an artist and cinematographer originally from rural Appalachia. She shoots narrative, documentary, and commercial work for clients including PBS, Comcast, Verizon, Facebook, LogoTV, Human Rights watch, Urban Outfitters and Bustle. Most recently Marie was a cinematographer and associate producer on Queer Genius which features visionary queer artists Eileen Myles, Barbara Hammer, Black Quantum Futurism and Jibz Cameron. She was also a cinematographer on Alysa Nahmias’ forthcoming documentary about artist Jesse Krimes. She is an alum of Vox Populi, a collective art organization. In spring of 2019, she debuted new site-transformative, collective performance work, “Stop on the object / move on the image” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Executive Producer – Thomas Daniel Dwyer
Tom taught public high school English in suburban Philadelphia for 35 years and college English, simultaneously, for 10 years at Drexel University, using music, acting, and film extensively in both settings. Tom studied acting for 5 years after retiring from the classroom in 2006, appearing in two staged musicals, more than 20 student film productions, and in 4 feature films, including 2 Hollywood productions. He has studied classical and folk guitar as well as Irish bouzouki. Tom has sung the classical and popular repertoire with The Philly Pops Festival Chorus as well as folk, holiday and popular classics in different venues and configurations.
Producer – Trevite Willis
Award-winning producer, Trevite Willis has produced digital content projects, short and feature films since 1999. Currently, Ms. Willis is in post production on a documentary about the Baltimore mayoral election, “Rough Ride: Race For Mayor of Charm City”. She is a producer on a number of projects: “The Forty Year Old Version” (dir. Radha Blank), “Alabamaland” (dir. April Dobbins), and “Maya and Her Lover” (dir. Nicole Sylvester).