Anthony R. Ponzio (Producer) has been a Movie Fan for as long as he can remember. This love of film has taken him on madcap journey with ill-fated dreams of stardom and celebrity hijinks. Upon his realization that watching movies was much easier than starring in them, Anthony tried his hand at everything, from a Professional Poker Player, to a Dog Walker and even as a Deckhand on Steve Forbes’ yacht, The Highlander. With pockets full of money, but an empty heart, Anthony eventually found himself back in the halls of Brooklyn College (A place from which he was unceremoniously removed because of gambling). There, he discovered the Brooklyn College Film Department. Now, working as a student of film, Anthony has realized that being behind the camera is as energizing and intense as acting in front of it. In June of 2008, Anthony will graduate Brooklyn College with a BA in Film Production as well as a BA in Journalism. As a member of the Film Department, Anthony worked as a crew member on over a dozen short films, and also served as a Producer on five of these films, including I’m No Stud. He has also written and directed two short films titled Phone Karma and The Accident.

Jay Kim (Director of Photography) has over fifteen years of experience in the world of film and television production. He has worked on numerous films, documentaries, and music videos as a Director of Photography, Steadicam Operator, and editor. Jay is also an expert in Macintosh system and NLE workstations and teaches Nonlinear Editing class at Brooklyn College Film Department. He has a MA in Media Studies from The New School, a BA in Film Production from Brooklyn College, and a BS in Journalism and Broadcasting from Chung-Ang University, Korea.

Dave Marcus (Editor) entered the post-production industry in 1999 as the Co-Creator and Content Director of Magnet Media's award-winning Digital Media Training Series (DMTS) and DVD subscription series, Zoom In- an instructional DVD series about the technical craft of editing and motion graphics. As Content Director from 1999-2004, he produced video based training on topics such as Final Cut Pro, Motion, DVD Studio Pro, and After Effects. As an independent freelance editor, he has worked on a variety of projects for clients such as Toyota, Walmart, BET, and Saks Fifth Avenue. His most recent documentary projects include a short film called Fast and Reliable which was an Official Selection at Slamdance 2006. Dave has also worked with award-winning director Bruce Sinofsky (Metallica: Some Kind of Monster) on several short documentaries, including one about the new design of the Freedom Tower. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Oberlin College.

Ben Holbrook (Composer) has been involved in music since age five playing piano and trumpet. As a teenager, he studied music theory and composition privately with mentor Darrell Morrow, creating original compositions and arrangements for wind band, orchestra, jazz ensemble, rock band, and choir. Later, he studied with notable Chicago composer Jeffrey Kowalowski. While attending college in Chicago, Ben performed as a singer in jazz and cabaret clubs. He was also a featured vocal and instrumental soloist with the Northshore Concert Band in addition to holding the post of Principal Euphonium, performing for the French Consulate while touring France. After receiving a Bachelor of Music degree from DePaul University in music education, Ben served as a public school teacher for six years in Illinois and California. While a teacher, he composed, arranged, and conducted for high school bands, orchestras, and jazz ensembles before deciding to change careers and apply his talents to the film and television industry. Now living in Los Angeles, Ben is actively composing and orchestrating for films and other entertainment media. Credits include Kiss The Bride (currently in post-production, Shadow Factory), Long-Term Relationship (Guest House Films), The Call of Cthulhu (HPLHS Pictures), Nudity Required (Imaginal Cells), and Wings of Legacy (Live Area).