Director Sara Masetti is an Italian documentary filmmaker and Texas transplant completing her MFA at the University of North Texas. Her work focuses on immigration, minority representation, human rights, and cultural identity. Screenings include Dallas Video Fest, Lone Star Film Festival, Rockport Film Festival, KERA Frame of Mind, San Angelo Art Museum and Society for Applied Anthropology 2012.
Cinematographer Aaron Martin is a documentary filmmaker whose work focuses on science and nature. Aaron's film "The Paleogeographer's Song" was featured at a National Science Foundation Symposium in 2011, and he is currently at work on a film about the archeological inquiry into a 2500-year-old Native American ceremonial site.
Sound Recordist Andrew J. Nelson is from Philadelphia. His interests for film topics include youth, urban issues, community building, and identity. He recently completed the short documentary Angel (2012), which is beginning its run on the film festival circuits.
Editor Bobby Lewis is an award winning filmmaker that also releases boutique music under the pseudonym Treebends. Currently, he is a Teaching Fellow at the University of North Texas and is in the final stages of completing his MFA in Documentary Film.