Director, Producer, Co-Writer, Music Composer, Sound Designer, Sound Editor/Rerecorder
With eight filmmaker awards for Trusting Chloe, including "Best First Time Director" (Naples Film Awards), Todd Long is an accomplished film & stage director. His stage directing credits include The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Alice in
Wonderland, Guys and Dolls, and Anything Goes. This is his foray in film producing, film directing, screenwriting, composing, and sound
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Cinematographer, Film Colorist, Special Effects
Nominated for the "Best Cinematography" award for Trusting Chloe by the Alternative Film Festival, Simo Nylander is a veteran cinematographer whose credits include Uncorked: Wine Made Simple (a 6-episode tv series), Of Marshes and Morrows, Botso, and More Than Stars. He has also worked as a film director (Of Marshes and Morrows and Hemispheres: A Documentary on Cerebral Palsy) and a writer and editor (Of Marshes and Morrows).
Director of Editing
Nominated for the "Best Editing" award for Trusting Chloe by the Paris Film Festival, Randi Barros is a multiple award-winning film editor and screenwriter, whose editing credits include Lives Well Lived (winner of the Heart of Gold Excellence Award at the Nevada City Film Festival), Botso: The Teacher from Tbilisi (Audience Award winner at numerous film festivals), as well as numerous documentaries and programs for PBS, CNN, the BBC, Lifetime Television and Life 360 (including The Ripple Effect , a Headliner Award winner). Having earned a B.S. in Film Studies at Ithaca College, Barros did postgraduate work at Columbia University School of the Arts, and is an MFA candidate in Screenwriting and TV at Stephens College's Low Residency Program. She teaches Screenwriting and Film Production at Cal Poly.
Production Sound, Montage & Credits Editor, Special Effects
A multiple-award winning music video director (including "Matches" by Neverlyn and "Insufferable" by Heart to Heart), Casey Wieber earned a Professional Diploma in Audio Engineering for Music Production at the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences in Tempe, Arizona. In addition to his work in audio engineering, Wieber is an award winning photographer and videographer, who has been a finalist or winner of numerous awards at Cuesta College and Photographer's Forum Magazine. His work has been published in Westways Magazine and exhibited at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, Haven Properties, the California Mid-State Fair, and the Harrold J. Miossi Art Gallery at Cuesta College.
Camera Operator & Lighting Technician
Curtis Yap is a California Central Coast native who was raised by a rambunctious, movie-quoting, joke-telling Filipino family. A recent UC Berkeley graduate involved in the film scene, he bounced from project to project in the rigging and lighting departments, eventually moving his way up to cinematographer on some student films, which were praised for their compositions and use of lighting. He is currently a freelance production assistant and videographer in the Central Coast area.