Director and Producer
Erica Tremblay is a native of Joplin, MO, and she now lives in Los Angeles, CA where she works as a Digital Producer for the creative agency David&Goliath. Her first short film “Tiny Red Universe” won several festival prizes, and it aired on the Independent Film Channel. Erica also created and produced the highly successful fitness series “Roller Derby Workout” which currently enjoys worldwide distribution. Erica recently published her first comic book, “The Mad Maxines,” with Oni Press. Her mixed-media embroidery work has been shown at art galleries across the country. Erica is the co-founder of Homespun Pictures.
Bernard Parham is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker who hails from scenic Chattanooga, TN. He threw himself into the exciting and seductive world of film and television production after graduating college in 2006, and he has never looked back. Bernard has written and directed short films, served as an Assistant Director on a number of independent features, and worked as a Casting Producer on dozens of broadcast and cable network television series. Along with Erica Tremblay he is a co-founder of Homespun Pictures.
Director of Photography
Bodie Scott-Orman is a native of Alaska. He started experimenting with photography at a young age with his grandmother’s Nikon SLR. Later, Bodie studied film production at Full Sail University in Florida before moving to Los Angeles to begin his career at the legendary Panavision motion picture equipment company. Since leaving Panavision he has worked with noted cinematographers Shane Hurlbut, Robert Richardson, Mauro Fiore and Mandy Walker. Bodie is a pioneer in DSLR cinematography, and he teaches the craft to other Directors of Photography in exclusive bootcamps.
GB Young is a 17-year veteran of the film and television industry. He has directed and edited feature films, short films, music videos, and countless commercials, promos, and corporate videos. His feature-length directorial debut “The Collapsing Wall” garnered film festival praise and received the Best Picture Screencraft and Best Actress awards at the 2005 New York Independent Film and Video Festival. He has also photographed and edited a feature-length documentary called “My Name is Smith” which was an official selection at the Big Sky Doc Fest and Austin Film Festival. He was the online editor and colorist for the award winning feature documentary “Floored”. His short films “Inside” and “Todley” have been featured on IFC’s Medialab. More recently, GB’s work with Generation-Awesome has garnered over 12 million hits on the internet, and it has been featured on Comedy Central’s Tosh.0, Revver, Metacafe, College Humor, Funnyordie, and Yahoo Comedy.
Composer and Music Supervisor
Denver Dalley is an accomplished singer-songwriter from Omaha, Nebraska. Recently, Dalley collaborated with Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes fame to form the indie rock outfit Desaparecidos. Dalley served as the lead songwriter and Oberst wrote the lyrics. Since Desaparecidos Dalley has joined other musical ventures including Statistics, Intramural, Two of Cups (a collaborative effort with Leta Lucy), and City Light (a project with Bay area talents Nick Andre and Matthew Shaw). Additionally, Dalley performs frequently with Sean Tillman, plays guitar in the band Sean Na Na, and serves as bassist for Har Mar Superstar. He toured as an instrumentalist with The Watson Twins in early 2009 and with The Pink Spiders in the fall of 2008. He has appeared on The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon and Lopez Tonight. His music has been featured on such shows as Ugly Betty and ER as well as in several national and international commercials. He also scored the feature documentary “America’s Marine Aviators”.
Patrick Wilkins has been in the entertainment business for over twenty years as an actor, writer, producer, photographer and director. He has performed in many theatre productions across the country including the prestigious LA Shakespeare Festival. Some of his film and television credits include E.R., and Briar Lane. He has also performed on syndicated radio programs and in numerous national commercials. Patrick has written, produced, directed plays, music videos, and he is currently in the process of developing a television pilot titled No Talent Parking. He recently sat on the board of directors at H.G.P.—an independent filmmaker’s co-op in Venice CA. Patrick is a graduate of The University of Nebraska and The National Shakespeare Conservatory in New York.