Michael is a Boston native and one of the original producers of the hit NationalGeographic show “Wicked Tuna,” as well as Dick Wolf’s “Nightwatch” on A&E, Discovery’s “Fast n Loud” and “American Chopper,” amongst many others. He has spent much of the last decade producing reality television on networks such as CBS, NatGeo, Discovery, A&E, and History. From producing theater in his twenties, into a feature film and many shorts, and now back to documentaries and more scripted, Michael enjoys all creative aspects of the entertainment business.
Nathan Maulorico has been a film and camera operator since 2001. He was born in Los Angeles, raised in the midwest, and started his television career in New York City. His free time is spent traveling with his wife, studying film history, and mentoring future filmmakers in various youth programs from his hometown.
Nathan’s camera work is credited on over 50 television shows and movies. Short films he and his wife, Megan, produced have won multiple cinematography awards and screened across four continents.
Nathan holds three Bachelor of Science degrees in Advertising, Public Relations, and History. Nathan is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild and the Society of Camera Operators.
Society of Camera Operators (SOC)
Mark attended Savannah College of Art and Design as a Photography Major. Made the transition to cinematography during his time in Savannah.
Society of Camera Operators (SOC)
After graduating in Photography and Film from the University of Michigan Cari Coughlin came to Hollywood to pursue a career as a film editor. She started her career as an apprentice editor on Ken Russell’s, Altered States and eventually worked her way up through the studio system as an assistant and eventually an editor on films such as All The Right Moves, Vice Versa, and Desert Bloom. Her television credits include Law and Order, and many MOW’s for Hallmark as well as other network stations.
With over 47 film and video titles and 27 titles in television, Cari has maintained a keen interest in working on independent films, documentaries and with first-time directors.
Cari is a long-standing member of the International Alliance of Theatrical StageEmployees, Editor’s Guild and in 2018 she was nominated to join the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
Marlon Jones is a filmmaker with a distinct vision. By his own admission, he’s a filmmaker with “integrity and an edge.” With over 20 years of film & tv experience, MJ is in the prime of his career. MJ is currently finishing up an action-drama that he wrote & directed, titled “Intercessors.” As a writer & director, MJ excels in a variety of genres which is primarily due to the fact that his focus is on storytelling. Narrative feature films, commercials, docu-style programming, and screenwriting fall within MJ’s skill set. MJ is also an Emmy-winning editor. The ability to execute both on-set in production as well as in post-production makes MJ the total package. This unique skill set keeps him in demand by clients. All in all, the greatest asset that MJ brings is his commitment to excellence and the willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done. MJ’s background provides him a multi-faceted approach to filmmaking. He is passionate about using his filmmaking talent to do projects that don’t merely entertain, but make an impact on our culture and have a lasting effect on audiences.
MJ is also an Emmy Award-Winning Editor with over 200 credits. Genres include Docu-style Programming, Movie Trailers, TV Promos, Reality TV, Game-shows, sizzle reels, and everything in between. Notable companies–Warner Bros., CBS, NBC Universal, Comedy Central, Bravo, BET, MTV, History Channel, Animal Planet, Discovery, CNBC, Ovation TV, OutdoorChannel, LOL Network, & GSN
A native East-coaster, Thomas is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Thomas’ career ultimately led him to composing music for film with an early career success writing the title song of the award winning feature film “Don’t Tell Me I Can’t” for Bombay Pictures.
Thomas’ company CORKRAN MEDIA has since worked on dozens of feature films as a music composer, sound designer and production sound mixer and in 2016 sound mixed the hit feature documentary “Hired Gun”. Thomas recently composed music for the feature film “In the Defense Against Tyranny” starring Rick Ravanello and just finished sound mixing the feature documentary “Who You Gonna Call?, the untold story of legendary music artist Ray Parker Jr.
WINNER Winter Award – Best Sound – “Await the Dawn” 2019
WINNER October Award – Best Sound Design – “Await the Dawn” 2019
NOMINEE Action on Film Award – Best Sound Design – “Pretty Rosebud” 2014
WINNER Award of Excellence – “Cafe Forte” 2008
Born and raised in England, Red moved to LA in the 90’s where he now works as a DJ, producer and musician. HAPPY HOUR IN THE GENE POOL was his first commercially released album under the name EVOLVE. When he’s not beavering away in his studio he can often be found behind the decks spinning downtempo and deep house at clubs, lounges, pools and private parties, or behind the drums touring with ’80s band THE ESCAPE CLUB. He also produces SOFASONICA a hugely popular monthly downtempo podcast which streams on the Podomatic network and is available for download on iTunes.
EVOLVE is the downtempo chillout project of artist/producer Red Broad. The first release, HAPPY HOUR IN THE GENE POOL has enjoyed great success within the downtempo chillout and lounge genres with ever popular and iconic tracks such as August Moon, Do You Know This One?, Well I Gotta Story and Couldn’t Be More Wrong becoming regulars on radio stations such as Soma FM Groove Salad, Smooth Lounge, Chill With Mindi Abair and Sirius/XM Chill. Tracks from the album have also made appearances on TV shows including USA Networks “Royal Pains”, MTV’s “Road Rules” and “The Real World” and have been included on many chill out compilation albums including “Best of 2011 Lounge” “Erotic Affairs” “Saint Tropez Summer Session” “Hed Kandi” to name but a few.
Sean Stack began editing about 15 years ago as he worked to complete his Associates Degree in Film and Television Broadcasting. The post production career choice was a perfect fit as he applied himself to various projects, quickly moving from assistant editor and onward, into offline, animation and online finishing.