• Eric De Fino - Director

    Eric De Fino is a cinematographer based in Los Angeles and New York City. He fell in love with photography at age 10 while living overseas, later picking up his father's Super-8 camera and making short films with his friends. By 1996, he was an established cinematographer and editor working with a diverse client base that took him around the globe. In 1998, he moved to Atlanta where he began making short and long form pieces for Turner Classic Movies. These innovative commercials were honored with multiple Promax, BDA, Telly and Emmy awards for ground breaking cinematography and editing. He created Raygun in 2003, a one-stop creative, production, post and design studio and has created multiple award-winning campaigns for clients like HBO, Turner Classic Movies, AMC, IFC, Discovery Channel, TBS, TLC, PBS, CNN, DIY, Comedy Central, Sony PlayStation, Adidas, Best Buy, Comcast, AT&T and ESPN, among others. Since February 2011, Eric has been directing, shooting and editing a documentary on iPhone photography. The film is scheduled for release in early 2012. When not on location or in the edit bay, Eric splits his time between Atlanta and Los Angeles.

  • Andrew Green (Green Media Works) - Producer & Principal

    Andrew works with clients and partners to figure out the high level creative direction for projects. Once the creative direction has been determined, he works to plan shoot sequences, production techniques, equipment requirements and put together the production team. Of course, he does all of this within each project's time and budget parameters so that creative ideas can be captured and budgets will be respected. Andrew is well prepared for all situations with exceptional experience, unlimited creativity and a great sense of humor. He's also very curious, like George – which comes in handy when situations require the impossible to become possible.

  • Patti Green (Green Media Works) - Producer & Principal

    Patti works with clients, production resources and suppliers to manage all project logistics. Her job begins at the first client meeting and doesn't stop until final delivery is made. Patti is exceptionally talented at putting structure around pre-production planning, verifying logistics and planning contingencies for every situation. More succinctly, her organizational skills make things go smoothly, stay on budget and ensure that the unexpected is... expected. Patti's practiced ability at managing, schedules, budgets and what seem like a million moving parts all at once is made to look easy with many years of experience and an easy smile.

  • Steve Coulter - Storywriter

    Steve is an Atlanta-based writer and actor. He was the head writer and executive story editor for both of Tyler Perry's television series on TBS, House of Payne and Meet the Browns, where he supervised over 100 episodes and won two consecutive NAACP IMAGE Awards for Best Comedy Series. He wrote and directed the award-winning short film, The Etiquette Man, selected by the Sundance Channel and the National Gallery of Art in Washington. As an actor, he has appeared in Lionsgate's The Hunger Games, Disney's The Odd Life of Timothy Green, in Jayne Mansfield's Car opposite Robert Duvall (directed by Billy Bob Thornton), opposite Colin Firth and Emily Blunt in Arthur Newman Golf Pro, and with Denzel Washington in Flight, directed by Robert Zemeckis. He recently completed shooting A.C.O.D. with Adam Scott and Amy Poehler, and has a recurring role in the upcoming Cinemax/HBO series, Banshee.

  • Tommy Housworth - Storywriter

    Tommy is a professional writer for corporate videos, business theater, live presentations, and other creative forms of corporate communication. As the creative director of 7 Course Communications for 20+ years, he's had the privilege of helping scores of businesses tell their stories in compelling, entertaining ways. Tommy is also a short story writer with a new book, The Puzzle of Autumn, due in 2013.