Richard is the founder of Dickie Bruce Productions, a company which specializes in the production, marketing, and release of non-fiction films. His debut documentary, The Tradesmen: Making an Art of Work was aired regularly on PBS affiliates and features Mike Rowe of Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs. Additionally, Richard is the producer of Town of the Big House, a WYPR released episodic narrative non-fiction radio documentary. Season 1 was released in January of 2019, while Season 2 is currently in production.
Allen’s passion for telling stories with a camera dates back to his childhood when he realized that the fantastic creatures in the old fantasy films he loved were created through stop motion animation by Ray Harryhausen. He brings the same sense of wonder and imagination he had then to all of his projects and is always looking for a way to push things in a new, exciting direction. This is his first foray into editing a feature length documentary, but his background includes commercial and industrial filmmaking.
Producer of Marketing
Jessica is a Philadelphia native who holds her bachelor’s degree in Advertising and Public Relations from Penn State University (We Are!). She currently works for Johns Hopkins University, where she has also earned her master’s degree in Communication. For the past five years, Jessica has held various roles at Johns Hopkins managing marketing strategies, student recruitment, and organizing special events. Jess has had the opportunity to travel both domestically and internationally and has worked with a diverse mix of people. She has a passion for learning about different cultures and finding common ground to make meaningful connections. Jess is excited to cross her expertise of marketing higher education into the entertainment sphere.
Robert was born in Baltimore, Maryland and earned his Master’s in Composition at the Manhattan School of Music where he studied with Richard Danielpour. Robert’s musical output spans across genres, drawing on his experiences with rock, pop (acoustic and electric), as well as an extensive background in classical music performing as a pianist and cellist. He has had the pleasure of collaborating with fine ensembles such
as Counter Induction and has worked with the New York based W4 New Music. This is his first time scoring music for a feature length film, but in the past year he has worked as a composer/producer for AudioBrain, a sound studio, scoring music for clients such as Google, Salesforce, YouTube, NBC, and Sirius XM.
Aaron is a re-recording mixer and sound designer located in Baltimore, MD. After 5 years of experience working in a DC-area boutique audio post-production facility, he has been successfully freelancing from a recently renovated studio -- Row ‘A’ Media -- mixing and designing feature films, independent works, programming, commercials, and radio spots.