Marcus Rosendoll is the Founder and Executive Producer of Veronica Studios, a New York based boutique production company. He is a Filmmaker with 5 years of professional experience as a Writer, Producer, Director, DP, Editor, and Motion Designer. Current and previous clients include McDonalds, MTV, Walmart, Microsoft, Cleveland Claviers, Def Jam Recorders, American Heart Association, Zeno Live, and more. With extensive experience in Commercial and Film Production, Marcus made his directorial debut with the independent release of his short film Hurt, becoming an official selection of the Miami Independent Film Festival and Los Angeles Cinefest. Marcus graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelors of Film Production minoring in Advertising. He is a Arlington, TX native currently based in Harlem, NY. Festival and a short dance film she edited and co-directed was accepted to the 2017 Dance on Camera Festival at Lincoln Center. Private and National Memory are themes she continually interested in. She loves donuts, riding horses on the beach, dumplings, good books, Brooklyn and the ocean. When she’s not working you’ll find her at the movies, playing ultimate Frisbee or traveling.
Martha Gregory, Grew up in San Francisco and is now a filmmaker living and working in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated in 2010 from Kenyon College in Ohio and received her MFA in film from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Editing has always been the part of filmmaking in which she is most interested and it influences her approach to directing and producing work. She started out working for Eyeball on the Floor Inc, a boutique advertising agency and production company in Soho as an assistant editor and has been working as a freelance editor since 2013 on a wide range of promotional videos, sizzle reels, trailers and short films. As a filmmaker, she strives to create emotionally conscious work, both narrative and documentary, about socially relevant topics. In 2015 she edited and co-directed a short doc about Sea Level Rise in coastal Virginia called Facing the Surge which premiered at the Naples International Film.
Charlie Hoxie, is a filmmaker and editor based in Brooklyn. He works as a senior producer for BRIC TV, where he has earned two NY Emmy nominations and a NY Emmy award for his profile of Guatemalan mosaic artist Carlos Pinto. His work has been selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick, and recently, he edited a short film that will premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Meredith McGowan is currently working with the Content Distribution team at Viacom in New York City. She graduated from Northwestern University in 2014 with a major in Radio/Television/Film and a minor in Asian Studies. In her time at school she co-founded a media organization that connected RTVF students to non-profit organizations so that pro-social groups could spread awareness about their campaigns. She has enjoyed learning about the business side of the entertainment industry but is thrilled to work with Reel Works so that she can help others creatively tell their stories through film. When not exploring the city or attending film festivals she can usually be found doing yoga or eating inordinate amounts of pad thai.
Natasha Livia Mottola, has been working in independent documentary 2008. She has collaborated as associate editor with Jennifer Fox on My Reincarnation, and Stanley Nelson on Freedom Summer, which was honored with a George Foster Peabody Award. Assistant editor work includes, Koch, Harry and Snowman, The Abolitionists and the Sundance Documentary Story Edit Lab. She is a member of NYWIFT, Meetup Producer for The Blue Collar Post Collective and has collaborated on murals with Groundswell. She is currently Editing Tracey Smith’s Passion Project. Her love for personal documentaries and cultural preservation have inspired her to begin post production on her film, La Storia Di Nonna, about her family’s immigration experience from Italy to America.