Andy Abrams is a writer and filmmaker currently living in St. Louis, Missouri. He earned his undergraduate degree in anthropology from Antioch College. He has over ten years of professional experience in Hollywood including time in the business of film, television and new media; ranging from Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope to Yahoo! TV. Andy’s writing has been published in Skin & Ink, 944 Magazine, and for the Jewish Publication Society’s book series, “Jewish Choices, Jewish Voices.”
Born and raised in the art driven community of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Justin Dawson developed an interest in photography at a young age. To pursue his talent, Justin attended Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, where he graduated in 1995 obtaining a BA in Communications with a concentration in photography and video production. While numerous of his images were featured in art magazines and college brochures, it was Justin’s documentary photography in Africa that earned him an award in excellence from The Photographer’s Forum Magazine.
After briefly producing, directing and editing promotional skate and snowboarding videos, Justin moved to Los Angeles in 1996 and has been working extensively in film and television production. He has most recently worked on the award winning television series Mad Men.
Justin currently lives in Costa Rica and works as a freelance photographer and biofuel consultant.
Pfelton Sutton expresses his distinct artistic voice through his professional work as a musician and a filmmaker. In the world of music he shines as a composer and drummer. His swinging jazz style can be heard on his first album “In Pursuit,” and at his many live shows. He has lived and performed in San Francisco, Paris, New York and Los Angeles with his various bands; The Pfelton Sutton Quintet, Jas Syndicate Group, and Pfunk Syndicate. As a writer and director, Pfelton has completed three short films, “The Driven,” “Misconception,” and “No Turning Back.” “Misconception” debuted to favorable reviews at the Miami Short Film Festival.
Pfelton currently lives in Los Angeles. He has composed and has currently released his second jazz album, “The Equation.”