Ana Barredo learned English watching American TV shows, growing up in the Philippines. In 2001, she wrote, directed and produced her ﬁrst indie ﬁlm A Real Job which earned her a Best Director nomination for a DVD Premiere Award, a distribution deal with Image Entertainment and a streaming deal with Shout Factory. In 2011, she made The Table, a documentary feature and won the Best Feature Award at the SoCal Film Festival.
Among the ﬁlms Roger Lay. Jr. has produced are Aliens Ate My Homework (Universal), 95 Miles to Go (HBO) Ray Bradbury’s Chrysalis. He is also the Saturn Award-winning director/producer of CBS Home Entertainment’s Star Trek home video releases since 2012. He is a founding partner at Lay-Carnagey Entertainment, a media production company that creates innovative content for ﬁlm, TV and themed attractions across the globe.
Roger Lay, Jr.
Henry Rivas ﬁrst collaborated with Ana Barredo on A Real Job in 2011 while they were working at Image Entertainment. Since then, he has been Barredo’s producing partner on numerous ﬁlm and TV projects such as the mockumentary short ﬁlm The Plight of the Angelenos and the multi-episode YouTube web series Vlog This!
Andrew Towe has worked on numerous projects including Aliens Ate My Homework (Universal), Greg Strasz’ Megan and Roland Emerich’s The Survivors. He has worked with production designer Carol Wood managing the conceptual art/storyboard team, scenic construction, effects miniatures, props, and camera department.
Roland Lazarte is a 2nd Generation Filipino-American Cinematographer based in New York City. Since graduating from New York University, he has worked on dozens of ﬁlms taking on several roles in the Camera and Electrical Department from grip to gaffer electrician to swing. Among his notable ﬁlms are Hand Fart, Night Sights, Noli Me Tangere and California Roll.
Brandon Moore is a composer known for Aliens Ate My Homework (Universal), Killer Sisters’ Midnight Hour (Hulu), and Ray Bradbury’s Chrysalis. Brandon was a musician at an early age shifting from piano, viola, to trombone and always a life-long ﬁlm music fan. Upon completing his undergrad in music theory and composition in Fort Worth, TX, he moved to LA to attend USC’s Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program.
Bret Hampton studied Cinematography at the American Film Institute. He managed two post-production companies: Aberdeen Video and Midtown Video. Hampton later became Senior Video Editor at Image Entertainment. Besides editing Value-Added Materials for The Star Wars Trilogy, Toy Story and Mary Poppins, he also restored classic ﬁlms of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton.
Rick L. Baker studied at Elegance International, School of Professional Makeup and graduated with an in-depth education in makeup for Salon, Photography, Film, Television and Special Effects. Since then, he has worked as a Makeup Artist on dozens of ﬁlm and TV projects including Star Trek: Renegades, Star Trek Continues and Shadow Love to name a few.