SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR
Kunal Rajan moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in Hollywood after having worked on feature films in India. Following work on several production sound jobs, he transitioned to post production sound in 2006. He worked with Sound Dogs, one of the world's largest sound effects companies, as an assistant effects recordist on films such as Blades of Glory, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, and The Spiderwick Chronicles. Kunal founded Black Box Entertainment in 2006, a sound production/post production house based in Los Angeles. Black Box Entertainment has completed over twenty-five short films and five independent feature films.
Mark Todd Osborne
Mark Todd Osborne is a fifteen year Senior Colorist who got his start at Company 3, Santa Monica, cutting his creative teeth coloring High-End Spots and Music Videos, working with Top Level Directors and Cinematographers. A few years later, Mark moved into the world of Digital Intermediates/Feature Film Mastering and became the Lead HD Dailies Colorist for noted filmmakers Gore Verbinski, Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer Films, as well as performing Final Color for Features Films such as the Academy Award Nominated "Capote" and "Sunshine Cleaning", to name a few.
After eleven years at CO3, Mark left to pursue new challenges of coloring digital-sourced content and has formed strong relationships with several Post Facilities in the Los Angeles area. With his technical knowledge and creative skill set, Mark developed the reputation of being a flexible & experienced artist, who can perform on a variety of platforms, including Pablo, Lustre, Nucoda, Davinci Resolve and Baselight.
In 2011, Mark was hired as Supervising Colorist at CAMERON I PACE Group, coloring several 3D projects and also served as a Stereo Correction Specialist on Martin Scorsese's Academy-Award Winning "Hugo". In 2012, he performed color for James Cameron's "Deep Sea Challenge" 3D promotional trailer for the Cannes Film Festival & IBC, as well as coloring the Emmy Award Winning shows Children's Hospital and Dirty Work.
He continues to work on a variety of Commercials, Episodics, Webisodes and Feature Films. Mark's meticulous eye, professionalism and strong visual sense of taste and style make him a stand out Color Artist.
TED MASUR'S feature film composing credits include Rounding Home, The Gay Bed & Breakfast of Terror, Homegrown, and Marlowe, a family feature for MarVista Entertainment. He has also scored several documentaries, award-winning festival shorts, in a wide variety of musical styles. In 2005-06, Ted worked as an arranger for composer, Michael A. Levine, for the CBS primetime dramas, Cold Case and Close to Home. In 2004, he was the recipient of ASCAP’s Steve Kaplan Award. Beyond film and television, performance venues have included Mission Dance Theatre, the Aspen Music Festival, the Mohawk Trails Concert Series, and the Juilliard School of Music.
In addition to his work as a composer, Ted teaches a class in film scoring at Idyllwild Arts Academy, where he is an adjunct faculty member. He has also taught at The Walden School (Young Composer Program), Urban School of San Francisco, San Francisco Conservatory’s Summer Music West, Indiana University, Bloomington, and Abington Friends School. Ted is available for private instruction in music composition, film scoring (creative and technical aspects), music theory, musicianship, and conducting. He holds a BA from Yale University and an MM from Indiana University, Bloomington, where he studied composition and conducting. In the first half of 2009, Ted will be composing scores for two upcoming features, beginning with MarVista Entertainment’s thriller, Nowhere to Hide.
Rachel Sklar majored in film at Carleton College in rural Minnesota. After graduation, she started out as a script supervisor in Minneapolis, MN. Since moving to Los Angeles, she has script supervised and worked as a production assistant on numerous features, shorts, and web series, including Alexa-Sascha Lewin's web series Trainers. Rachel is also a writer and director and her second short film Perfect Goulash screened at the Los Angeles Women's Film Festival. Right now, Rachel works at an LA based production company reading scripts and in her spare time she continues to collaborate on projects with fellow filmmakers.
B CAMERA/ 2ND UNIT DOP
Yousef Linjawi studied cinematography at the American Film Institute and Chapman University. He was the DP on the IMAX film, Road to Mecca.
VISUAL EFFECTS ARTIST
For over 20 years Keith Junior has developed into a multi-faceted individual. While breaking ground as a performer at Disney, Mr. Junior was a cast member for two seasons on a MTV’s television show called Reebok City Jam. As one of Orlando’s hottest sought after choreographers Mr. Junior choreographed dance moves for multi-platinum acts such as: Backstreet Boys, Aaron Carter, Nysnc and Blaque, as well as opening performances for Brittney Spears and Nysnc, and toured the world.
With the decision to broaden his talents, Keith accepted the position of Artistic Director for Big 3 Records and became the creative driving force behind the creation and development of a half-a-million dollar star studded show for the Prince of Monaco. While working at Big 3, Keith conceptualized and developed shows that themed at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas. The show got such great reviews it was picked up by the MGM Grand hotel the following month.
Since moving to Los Angeles Keith continues his momentum within the entertainment industry as a producer, dancer, actor, video editor and graphic design artist. Keith has appeared in commercials, television, stage shows, and films such as You Got Served (Sony/Columbia Pictures), Through a Child Eye stage show, Bow Wow music video and America’s Got Talent (NBC). He has co-directed several music videos alongside industry veteran director Lionel Martin (Jill Scott, Michael Bolton, N Sync, Boyz II Men).
Keith next began honing his production and editing/motion graphic skills. He worked as an assistant editor/motion graphic artist for Go West Multimedia Company whose clients included Farmer Insurance, HTC Mobile, Epson and Blackberry. Keith also worked for the History Channel show called FULL METAL JOUSTING and THE ULTIMATE FIGTHER on FX as the media manager.
Matt Burgette is a Sound Man living in Los Angeles. He records the sounds of people talking in front of cameras. He's met a lot of people. It's rad. He also enjoys listening to music and riding his bicycle.
Matt’s passion lies in all aspects of moviemaking: film watching, film exhibition, production, teaching and screenwriting. Matt started his career in the basement of The Lifetime Television tape library. But after cataloguing the Tori Spelling movie Mother, May I Sleep with Danger, he decided to move on to NYU to run the Cantor Film Center. After 9 years of doing events with people like Martin Scorsese and President Clinton, Matt pursued his life-long dream of getting a MFA in screenwriting at Loyola Marymount University. Now by day, he runs this very special theater, and, by night, writes comedy and fantasy screenplays. Perhaps one day Matt will be able to say “Enjoy my movie” at The Pollock Theater.