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BIOS
 
Josephina Aguirre
Josephina Aguirre is the Co-Producer and Unit Production Manager of SNAP the Movie.  Ms. Aguirre has 30 years experience as a successful businesswoman in the Kansas City area and resides in Overland Park, Kansas. Jo recently completed her first feature screenplay Butterfly Catcher.   Although has directed and assisted in short films, SNAP the Movie is the first feature film she has produced.
 
Dann Hurlbert
A native to the midwest, Dann has performed in over fifty professional, educational, and community theater plays and musicals and has directed more than twenty.  Directing credits include Jekyll & Hyde, Crazy for You!, and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Escanaba In Da Moonlight, A Christmas Carol, and Brighton Beach Memoirs; performing credits include Cmplt Wrks of Wllm Shkspr (Daniel), Carnival! (Jacquo), Escanaba in Da Moonlight (Rueben), Flowers for Algernon (Charlie), Smoke on the Mountain (Rev. Oglethorpe), A Midsummer Nights Dream (Theseus), and Over The River and Through the Woods (Nick). 
  Dann has also appeared in numerous television commercials and played Guy in Malum Productions feature film How To Succeed With Women. He is grateful for his family, for every opportunity to perform, and for all of Gods continued blessings.
 
Tony Grossi,  Director of Photography
Tony Grossi has an extensive background in commercial film and video production whose work has won awards in America and abroad.  Having worked for clients such as the China Motion Picture Company, Marc Ecko, Sam's Club, and Pepsi-Cola.Tony’s film, Shall we Dance, (OldFather Studios, 2001) resulted in the Bronze Star: Worldfest-Houston Int'l Film Fest.  Best in Show: Movies on a Shoestring-Rochester Int'l Film Fest. 1st Place: KAN Film Fest. Finalist: Halfway to Hollywood, Culture Under Fire, Ohio Indie Film Fest, Anchorage Film Fest, KC Filmmakers Jubilee.  Broadcast on KCTV5 and UCLATV.
 
David Winger,   Director of Lighting
David  Winger is  experienced  in many  visual  arts mediums.  David worked for eight years for the Kansas City Star as staff photographer.  David founded his own photography studio and has serviced local Kansas City clients for private photography for twenty years.  For the past seven years David has also provided videography services for legal clients and professionals who seek to capture a live performance on high quality video.  David is an active member of the local Kansas City Independent Film Community and has assisted in over thirty films shot in the Kansas City area. 
 
David Gilmore, Director of Audio  
David Gilmore served as the Director of Audio for Snap. David has been involved with media technology since he was a pup.  He made his first movie "Stranded!?" in Super8 at the age of 12.   After working at the Rolla Daily News as a photojournalist and the local television station as a cameraman,  David attended William Jewell College, working toward a philosophy degree and serving as Student Manager of the William Jewell Recording Studio.   David also studied music at Berklee Music School in Boston. After college, David co-founded Technical Aesthetics Operations (TAO Media Systems) and developed a series of video edit controller products including "Editizer" and "L-Port."
     His feature film work includes working as Grip-Electric on "The Barren Heart"  and working as Utility Sound Technician for "Article 99", a
Hollywood feature shot in Kansas City starring Kiefer Sutherland, Ray Iota, and Forest Whittaker. 
He has worked on a number of shorts including "Talk Show", "A Spy is Bone", and "Trailer Trash," the winner of the 2003 Bentley Film Festival audience and jury awards.   David plays guitar and enjoys jazz, rock, and bluegrass music. David is a Tai Chi instructor in Prairie Village, KS.  He has also taught in Istanbul, Turkey and is a medalist in international competition. David is presently freelancing in photography, audio, and post-production.
 
 
Jeremy Everts, Production Designer :
    SNAP was my debut as a member of a feature film crew, but my experience
in theatrical arts dates back to junior high school. I was an actor in
various high school and community theatre productions, worked backstage in
all positions and studied radio and television production, as well. After
graduating, I worked at Johnson County Community College and Midland Theatre
as a stage hand. I have designed sets for local churches and childrens'
theatre groups.
    I am thirty-three years old, live in Kansas City, Missouri and am
self-employed. I have a wife and three children; ages six, four and one with
a fourth child due later this summer. In my spare time I enjoy playing
sports and video games with my family. My goals are bringing Kansas Citians
the best entertainment possible and recognition for this area as a valuable
resource to the film industry.
 
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JILL A. TICHENOR

1430 Louisiana St. Apt. 1

Lawrence, Kansas 66049

(785) 832-8867

Email: Jbeanlish@yahoo.com

OBJECTIVE To employ leadership, creativity, and problem-solving skills in the performance art industry.

EDUCATION University of Kansas, School of Fine Arts, Fall 2003

Bachelor of General Studies: Technical and Artistic Theatre Studies

Northwest Arkansas Community College, Fall 1998

Associates Art Degree (with Honors)

Design Coursework:

DIRECTING EXPERIENCE

The Mineola Twins -Director

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Fall 2002

A Candle On The Table -Director

The Village Players, Bella Vista, Arkansas Fall 1997

Twilight Chimes -Director

Northwest Arkansas Community College, Rogers, Arkansas Spring 1997

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR EXPERIENCE

The Royal Family - Assistant Director

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Spring 2003

Afternoon of The Elves- Assistant Director

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Fall 2001

Sleuth- Assistant Director

Rogers Little Theater, Rogers, Arkansas Spring 2001

Our Town- Student Assistant Director

Bentonville High School, Bentonville, Arkansas Spring 1996

Bye, Bye, Birdie- Student Assistant Director

Bentonville High School, Bentonville, Arkansas Fall 1995

ACTING EXPERIENCE

The Good Doctor- Actor (Dentist, Governess, Prostitute, Secretary)

Northwest Arkansas Community College, Rogers, Arkansas Fall 1996

The Crucible- Actor (Tituba), Make-up Artist

Northwest Arkansas Community College, Rogers, Arkansas Fall 1998

STAGE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE

Desdemona, A Play About A Handkerchief- Stage Manager

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Spring 2002

Taming of the Shrew

Midsummer Nights Dream- Assistant Stage Manager

Kansas City Shakespeare Festival Summer 2002

MAKE-UP ARTIST EXPERIENCE

The Magic Flute- Make-up artist crew

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Spring 2003

Blithe Spirit- Make-up Artist

Bentonville High School, Bentonville, Arkansas Fall 1993

No Caffeine Or " A Shakespearean Faust"- Make-up Artist

Northwest Arkansas Community College, Rogers, Arkansas Fall 1997

LIGHT BOARD OPERATOR EXPERIENCE

You Never Can Tell- Light board Operator

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Fall 2002

The Waiting Room- Light board Operator

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Spring 2002

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

Decorating Den, Bentonville, Arkansas Assistant May 2001- Present

- Assisted at in home installations, filing, and light computer work.

Hobby Lobby, Bentonville, Arkansas

Custom Framer Feb. 2001- May 2001

Provided customer services and created custom framing.- Assisted with filing system and stocking.REFERENCES

Jack WrightProfessor of Acting and Directing

University of Kansas

Director: The Royal Family

phone (785) 864-4110

kujack@ku.edu

Jeanne Klein Professor of Children’s Theatre

University of Kansas

Director: Afternoon of the Elves

Phone: (785) 864-5576

Kleinj@ku.edu

Keena SchmittUniversity of Kansas BA Graduate

Stage Manager: Afternoon of the Elves

Assistant Director: The Waiting Room

(785) 840-0460

Keena@sunflower.com

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From: "Paul Campbell" <paulc1041@yahoo.com>
To: "Timothy D. Hamilton" <tdoffice@juno.com>
Subject: Bio
Date: Wednesday, June 23, 2004 8:52 PM
Hey Tim,
Here is my bios...
 
1998   "Three Girls in Love"  ,Drama, Key Set PA, Product Placement/Donation
1999   "Midsummer"  ,Rock Drama,   Key Set PA, Product Placement/Donation
1999   "The Rage Within"  ,Action Drama,  1st Team Driver, Key Set PA,
                                        2nd Unit 2nd AD, Product Placement/Donations                
2000   "Boys Don't Cry"  ,Drama,  Ozarka Product Placement Rep.
2000   "The Riff"   ,Drama,    2nd Unit AD, Set PA
2002    "Grassfire"   ,Comedy,      Extra
2004    "SNAP"  ,Pschological Drama,   Prop Master, Asst. Set Dresser, Police Officer.
2004    "The Shunned"   ,Western Horror,    Key Grip, Extra.
 
Quote:   "You gotta LOVE this line of work, to do this job."
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