Diane Musselman (Writer/Executive Producer) Diane not only has experience acting for the stage, commercials, and film, but also has 18 years of experience in the medical field as a speech-language pathologist primarily working with voice, stroke, and brain injury patients.
Rob Greenlea (Director) Rob had his television directorial debut on Grey’s Anatomy in February, and is currently part of the Disney/ABC DGA program. Throughout his career he has directed short films, videos, and PSAs. Rob directed, wrote and starred in the short film, The Cloth, which was screened at the San Diego Comic-Con Film Festival.
Peyton Skelton (Director of Photography) Peyton has worked on A-list projects such as Princess Diaries 2, Scream 2 and TV’s Angel. In 2002 he became Chief Lighting Tech for Grey’s Anatomy and has now moved up to Director of Photography. Peyton recently finished shooting the Tour of California bike race for SRAM and is in preproduction on a Steampunk series.
George Ohan (Producer) George currently serves as the Military Transition and Community Outreach Officer at The Los Angeles Film School. As an Army recruiter he changed lives by helping civilians become soldiers, and now he has the important task of helping veterans transition into civilian life to tell their stories. Film L.A. named George as one of LA’s top emerging filmmakers.
Kay Yamamoto (Producer) Kay is an accomplished actress and producer with credits in film and stage. Kay has co-produced two shorts with Diane. Acting credits include: Film - Dr. Dolittle, Better Luck Tomorrow, Death Becomes Her, TV - General Hospital, Theatre - Mark Taper Forum, East West Players.
Sheryl Hartman (Producer) Sheryl is a producer and actress. As an actress her most recent stage roles were in The Actors’ Nightmare, The Lies we Live, Snapshots and can be seen in "Roxie" which just won best feature at the Bushwick Film Festival. Sheryl is also a co-founder of Big Bite Productions which produces plays and new works.
Deanna Saul (Costume Designer) Deanna is an LA native and has been involved in costume design and theater since high school and at UCSB. She continues her career in film and TV, working in the costume departments of many popular productions, including 8 seasons on Grey's Anatomy.