Danielle Franco (co-director/producer) grew up in Newton, Massachusetts and attended the University of Michigan where she won the Best Film Award for Louise, which she wrote and directed. In 1999 she moved to New York and worked on such feature films as Dirty Dancing 2, Brown Sugar and Unfaithful. She spent the summer of 2001 working in Francis Ford Coppola's development office. Most recently Dani directed the short film The Rest which was featured at the New York 2003 RIPFest.
Chris Kenneally (co-director/producer) grew up in Marlborough, Connecticut. He directed several short films while living in Boston (Just Like Yo Momma and Dead End). In 1998 he moved to New York where he worked as a post production supervisor on such films as You Can Count Me, Nicholas Nickleby, Undefeated, Lift and Chinese Coffee and was a producer on ESPN's The Season: St. John's Basketball. Chris is the lead singer and guitarist for The Knobs and runs a musical showcase - Doctor Jellyfinger's Paradise Jam - every Tuesday night in the East Village.
Marc Senter (editor) honed his craft as a documentary film editor while living in New Orleans and New York City. He's edited such films as the award winning Seven Days in September and A Southern Town directed by Peter Gilbert as well as numerous television documentaries for channels like MSNBC, History Channel, A&E, National Geographic and Discovery Times. Marc continues to be the go-to editor for several different documentary and news media studios.

Joe Hobeck (additional editor) a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, has been working in film and television for the last eight years. He is currently editing the feature film A Perfect Fit and recently edited the final season of NBC's Ed. He was the associate editor of Miramax's My Baby's Daddy. Some of his other credits include You Can Count on Me, The Minus Man, Nicholas Nickleby, and The 24-Hour Woman.