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With 6 years of unscripted television and multimedia content production under her belt, Kelly Tittle is thrilled to make her directorial debut with Fair Cut. Kelly previously produced The Crew, a weekly talk show for JUCE TV; as well as hosted JUCE Live. Kelly is a veteran actress, recently appearing on ABC's Stumptown. She launched Fourteen Productions in 2019- naming the company after her grandfather NFL Hall Of Fame quarterback Y.A. Tittle's retired jersey number, 14.
Megan Massey is a North Carolina native and a graduate of Thomas Edison University, with a BA in Psychology. She got her creative start in photography and quickly progressed to film making. She currently has several projects in development and has taken a lead role as an executive producer for Fair Cut.
Jim is a director of photography of documentary films for the last 25 years.
His latest documentary Bridging Los Angeles recently won 3 “best of” awards from Highland Park Independent Film Festival, Hollywood International Independent Film Awards, and Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. Jim is a world traveler, shooting stories to make a difference in the world, partnering to educate the public and inspire communities to work together.
Cullyn Doerfler is a Pennsylvania native and a graduate of California State University, Long Beach with a BA in Film Theory & Practice with a focus on Production Management. She recently produced the film Nuclear Home, which is currently being entered into festivals. She is currently working on several projects in Los Angeles including Amazon's Homecoming.
Chris Winston has 19 Years of experience as a music producer, composer, post-production audio mixer, and sound designer. He is the owner of On Music and Sound. Chris has composed for both film and television as well as written and produced for various artists.
Greg Boose is the former Los Angeles and Chicago Editor for BlackBook Magazine, and his work has appeared on/in Chicago Public Radio, Publishers Weekly, The Huffington Post, Time Out Chicago, McSweeney’s and NFL.com. Greg ghostwrote two New York Times best-selling Young Adult novels, and has had three Young Adult novels published under his own name. He lives in Mount Pleasant, SC, with his two daughters.
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