Producer, Kelli Glanz-Minson is an award-winning commercial and film producer (New Soul, 2013; GravityFirst, 2017), entrepreneur featured in numerous publications, advocate for the advancement of women's start ups, graphic artist and an inventor, holding 5 patents. She is a principal and founder of Three Legged One Eyed Dog Productions.
Matthew Minson is also the writer of New Soul (2013) directed by Mike Fry and starring Larry Miller based on his prize-winning short story, The New Souls Department. He is a Stowe Story Labs alum, and the author of an award-wining series of books
published by Texas A&M press. He was a Faulkner-Wisdom top-ten in 2014 and was nominated for a National
Book Award in 2016. His film credits originated with “Rocketman” starring Harland Sanders and William Sadler
in 1997 as the director of Mobil Med which provided location medical services to the film industry and
continued through 2003 when he turned his attention to the literary enterprise and the optioning of his first
book. He is the producer of The Medical Minute with Dr. Harry Fish for which he is a contributing writer. A
physician specializing in international humanitarian aid, he has been a contributing writer to and has appeared on
C-Span, CNN, National Public Radio and a host of others. He is currently working on development of a true crime
series and his next book.
Director of Photography, Jeff Bush is a documentarian and commercial cinematographer. He was the Director of Photography at the Wall Street Journal for thirteen years. You Have Arrived is, he is proud to say, his first serious foray into narrative filmmaking.
Gerrit Tisdale is a director, producer and Grammy-winning, audio engineer, music producer and soundscape designer specializing in the development and application of binaural audio effects. He holds a master certificate from the Berklee School of Music.
Producer, Steven Jon Whritner is an Emmy® Award-winning writer and producer who has served in senior executive level positions at several of the leading cable and broadcast networks. Whritner has also created and produced more than 100 hours of successful television programming netting many of the industry’s top honors. Whritner served as senior producer at A&E Networks; Creative Director and Executive in Charge of On-air Promotion at United Paramount Network’s flagship station in New York, UPN 9; and Vice President of Creative Services for Food Network where he spearheaded the network’s complete corporate re-design while packaging hit shows such as Emeril Live. Whritner also served as Executive Vice President, Production and Development at Emmy®-winning Big Chief Entertainment where he created and produced several long-running television series, including TLC’s Repo Men: Stealing for a Living and the dating game show Get The HookUp for TV One, among others. In addition to his extensive producing career, Whritner’s writing for film and television has been recognized for excellence by several of today’s leading screenwriting competitions, including the Page International Screenwriting Awards, Creative World Awards, Austin Film Festival, Slamdance Screenplay Competition, Final Draft’s Big Break Screenwriting Contest, and the prestigious Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting. In 2006 Whritner launched Plymouth Rock Entertainment, Inc., a creative agency specializing in the development, production and marketing of a vast range of entertainment content, including the nationally syndicated daytime court show Jury Duty, for which Whritner served as an executive producer. Current Plymouth Rock projects in active development include the scripted dramas License to Steal, Ravenous and Son of the Dragon, as well as the reality series Overdrive. Whritner attended Rhode Island School of Design and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Film and Television from New York University Tisch School of the Arts. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Stowe Story Labs, New England’s premiere institute for emerging screenwriters and creative producers.