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  • Geoff Ryan
    Geoff Ryan
    Geoff Ryan’s dynamic background includes roles as a filmmaker, musician, and commercial director.  Fray, winner of the "Grand Jury Award" at the Dances With Films festival and “Best Narrative Feature” award at the 2012 Arizona International Film Festival, is Ryan’s first feature film. His previous narrative work includes writing and directing the short films, “Pour,” and “Cult of Eden.” His extensive directing work includes numerous music videos and television commercials, most notable for his collaboration with art director Scott Hawley on Nautica’s “Ocean2ocean” web series (26 episodes). Ryan's creative vision has lead to many successful advertising campaigns for NJC and Kipling, and with highly respected agencies such as JWT, ByrdBarlage and ThincTank.  Ryan’s music has been used in feature films, and commercials for Seven for All Mankind, Nautica, Too Faced, Great Odin Films, and Kipling. Ryan grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and currently resides in New York City.
  • Jodi Redmond
    Jodi Redmond
    Jodi Redmond’s experience includes creating, producing and directing live performances, film and television projects, and live exhibitions within interactive museum spaces. She has produced a popular tv drama series recently nominated for an Emmy, and has recently created and signed deals with production houses as co-executive producer on two new reality television series. Most recently, Redmond produced director Moon Molson's short film 'Crazy Beats Strong Every Time,' which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and is currently completing festival rounds. She currently has two new feature films in development, including Meadowlandz, which was workshopped at the Sundance Writers and Directors Labs, and the upcoming The Witch of New Canaan Woode, which she will produce in collaboration with Lars Knudsen and Jay Van Hoy of Parts & Labor. Jodi received her graduate degree from Harvard University.
  • Jarin Blaschke
    Jarin Blaschke
    Jarin Blaschke is an award-winning cinematographer and alumni of the Sundance Directors' Lab. He carries a host of film credits, many of which have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival as well as most major film festivals worldwide. His commercial and promotional work includes clients such as Atlantic Records, Nautica, IKEA, International Olympic Committee, Amnesty international, Hearst Corporation and Intimissimi/Victoria's Secret. Blaschke has designed celebrity and fashion lighting for publications Vanity Fair, GQ, Marie Claire, Allure and A Mag. Additionally, he recently directed live miniature photography for the New York Philharmonic on the technically and creatively ground-breaking New York premiere of Le Grand Macabre at Lincoln Center.
  • Joe Jer Tee
    Joe Jer Tee
    Joe Jer Tee is an accomplished production manager, television, film producer, and world traveler. She launched her career in Asia as an award winning TV producer for the music cable TV Channel, Channel [V] International. In front of the camera, she was the winner of the first ever "The Amazing Race Asia," and the first female team to have ever won the race in the entire franchise. Six years ago, she moved to New York City to excel her entertainment career, and began working on several feature films and shorts.  Her credits include being the assistant producer on the 2011 Academy Award winning live action film, "God of Love;" production manager for "Babygirl," which was an official selection at the TriBeCa Film Festival in 2012; production manager for the award winning feature, "Fray," currently in the festival circuit; and production manager for "Bastards of Young," which is scheduled to be released in late 2012. Currently, Joe Jer resides in Malaysia, where she is a most sought after event management producer. 


Bryan Kaplan
Marisa Costa
Wes Harris
Drew Hicks
Evan Honer
Catherine Johnson
Robert J. Olin
Marci Evans
Becky Johnston
Edward Stiner
Ronald L. Brandt
Wyatt Gallinger-Long
Heidi Lindsay
Joe Jer Tee
Carl Markley
Heidi Fuiten
Julie Schmidtke


Employment Agent
Restaurant Manager
Homeless Veteran
Factory Manager
Student #1
Check Cashier #1
Doctor #2
Doctor #1
Check Cashier #2


Juan C. Acuna 
Abdullah Almatrood 
Mads Kuhnle Andresen 
Veronica Ayala 
Mike Bailiff 
Melissa A. S. Baker 
Timothy Barbeau 
Cheryl Bauer 
Michael Brown 
Will Castco 
Dominque Chen 
Dianne L. Costa 
Mautice Costa 
Antonio Davando 
Bryan Evenden
Vanessa Olah 
Adam Perrigan 
Tanya Peterson 
Christina Pham 
Deanna Pickar 
Alma Rodriguez 
Taylor Rohde 
Neils Roley 
James D. Rowley 
Paula Ryman 
Larry Sawyer 
Eric Trujillo 
Jeffrey R. WIlson 
Michael A. Wright 
Don Wygle
Riley Gallinger-Long
Carl Gibson
Jeremy Girard 
Shawn Girard 
Amber Harding 
Greg Johnson
Chris Keim 
Dylan Kirchgessner 
Jon Michael Kowertz 
Stan Lambert 
Kelly Lawer 
Melissa Lowery 
Jeff Lyon 
Monica Malley 
Ron Morris 
Aaron Nelson


writer, director, editor
Geoff Ryan

Jodi Redmond

director of photography
Jarin Blaschke

production manager
Joe Jer Tee

swing/key production
Matt Boucard

key grip
Carl Markley

set decorator, wardrobe
Vanessa Olah

Colleen Siviter

Caylene Salii Vanessa Olah

audio engineer
Dominic Bartolini, Onomotopoeia, Inc.

vfx artist
Carl Markley

foley sound
Colin Chinchar

production assistants
Adam Perrigan, Jason Smith, Ben Misner, Kelly Lawer

military veteran consultants
Ben Misner, Neils Roley

set photographers
Chris Updegrave, Mads Andreson

extras coordinator
Dorothe Wilms Jangala

original music composition
Jacob Lawson

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