Meet the crew!
Documentary work requires a lot of improvisation and the fluidity of our crew helps capture those moments that let us feel impacted.
Hardly do we stick to the same positions, but we individually specialize in the components that make a production team.
Andrew is a Michigan-based documentary filmmaker, currently working for MessageMakers. He was the Director of What Happened to Henry? and Director of Photography for Blooming Lettuce films RISE, The Stigma, and Los Primos. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media Production from Michigan State University. Andrew is the co-director of upcoming docu-series, Handball City, USA.
Michigan State graduate in Media and Information and Documentary Film Production. Project Manager for Apollo PublicTV. Recent work includes RISE, director/producer of the story of previously homeless man taking a drive through his past in order to better understand his present how it affects his future. Other related work: Producer on What Happened to Henry? and The Stigma.
Michigan State University graduate in Media and Information and Documentary Film Production. Often stepping into many roles, editing, directing and producing are the largest factors. Recent work includes Los Primos (2020), The story of two Tejano music pioneers had amounted to an oral tale, until a son discovers tapes of an undocumented era in Detroit, MI; a short documentary. Other related work: Producer on What Happened to Henry? and RISE.
Recent graduate from Michigan State University with a degree in Media and Information, and a minor in Documentary Production. Recent work includes The Stigma, Director, that follows a Muslim woman’s journey dealing with the stigma of mental health while battling depression and other mental illnesses, and hoping for acceptance and closure. Other documentaries include: What Happened to Henry? and RISE as the Audio Mixer.