Lauren Veen

Lauren focuses on stories that reflect a wide range of human experience. She was co-editor of the PBS web series Music Makes a City Now and editor of The Long Ride, a documentary about the first Immigrant Workers’ Freedom Ride. She was recently on the editing team for 4 Wheel Bob, the story of a man’s attempt to cross the Sierras in the wheelchair. Her cinematography credits include An Acquired Taste: The Journey of Young Locavore Hunters and Symphony for Nature: Britt Orchestra at Crater Lake. Currently, Lauren is editing a film about Thomas Merton’s contribution to Buddhism in the West and co-directing The Girl That Got Away, the story of a 64-year-old transgender actor who must choose between her career and living her life as a woman. She is based in Berkeley. Her work can be found here.


Vincent Tremblay

Vincent is a filmmaker and musician based in Oakland. His interest in taking on projects that reflect an experimental approach to the outdoors and the arts has been prevalent since his first homemade videos in the woods of New Hampshire. His work has found him working alongside guitar virtuoso Steve Vai in his studio, filming on rooftops in Hawaii, and being pulled by dogs in carts down the streets of suburban Los Angeles.

His personal work can be found at Skeletal Productions.

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Casey Johnson

Prior to his work in Hollywood, Casey lived for 10 years in post-war Kosovo, where he cut his teeth shooting documentaries and producing current affairs television, having produced over 200 episodes of the syndicated show LIFE IN KOSOVO. An alum of the American Film Institute, Johnson has produced and directed dozens of docs, short films, digital and corporate projects, and recently produced a feature film in Eastern Europe. His film work has taken him all over the world to shoot in places like South Africa, Madrid and Mexico. He is the founder of the movie company, Crossing Bridges Films, and is a longtime production partner of Fine Grain Pictures. He is based in Los Angeles.