Sam's credits include the movie OFF YOUR ROCKER, a comedy-drama about a revolution in an old folks' home starring Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Dorothy Malone and Lou Jacobi.
He has written animation episodes for such shows as DUCK TALES, DENNIS THE MENACE, BATMAN, BEAST WARS and THE PAW PAW BEARS.
Sam's stage play, WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY, a suspenseful dark comedy about corporate corruption, premiered at the Met Theatre in Los Angeles in the spring of 2006 to rave reviews. It has recently been turned into a feature film, which he wrote and directed and will be released in 2015. The film was produced and co-scored by John Densmore, the drummer of The Doors.
Sam wrote the book and co-wrote the songs for the stage musical, CAMPAIGN, which had its premiere in October, 2010, also to excellent reviews.
His couple's comedy, TWO TIMES TWO, also had its world premiere in 2010 in New Orleans to great reviews.
Sam has also been a special education teacher in inner city Los Angeles and currently is a community college Adjunct Assistant Professor of English.
Jon is a musical veteran with a broad range of experience working with such artists as Van Morrison, Jefferson Starship, Gene Clark (Byrds), John Cippolina (Quicksilver Messinger Service & Copperhead, Steve Perry (Journey), J.J. Cale, Jesse Ed Davis, John Densmore (The Doors), and many, many other well known performers.
He has extensive on-camera work at 20th Century Fox Television and motion pictures, as well as producing and acting as emcee on his weekly jazz radio show in Southern California. His partnership with long–time associate Sam Joseph has included two stage musicals, Campaign and Psychosexual - plus the feature film, Window of Opportunity.
Beau began his career in music at nine years old, learning classical piano and playing concerts in lower eastside Manhattan until he got accepted into a performing arts high school (Talent Unlimited, H.S.) where he performed xylophone and bells in orchestra and fell in love with playing guitar and drums. He gained experience playing live for banquet halls and fundraising events for the mayor and governor of New York City in 2001 while also earning top of his class by 2003. Beau is always pushing the limits with his production and musical skills with everyone he works with to get the best recording possible.
Brett has produced award-winning graphics, posters, branding campaigns and specialty publications for clients in many industries. Notable work includes the 77th Oscar® poster and branding campaign, the first commemorative poster for the Computer Animation Festival at SIGGRAPH, and rebranding The Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Brett's recent projects include the logo for The Toronto Talent Agent Association (TTAA), and official key art for the films "Hopeful Romantic," the upcoming comedy feature "Jonni Dingo's Eyeball," and "Window of Opportunity" where he first collaborated with Sam Joseph.
Born in Ohio and raised in Toronto, Brett got his start in the entertainment industry at the tender age of 7. His love of the cinema eventually led him to Los Angeles, where he currently resides and eats lots of bacon.
Michael caught the "code bug" at the age of 14 and has been developing websites, software, and etc ever since. Michael's most recent works include the Development of this website, the Design and Development of "Window of Opportunity" and many more available to view at Visuex.com
Michael is from Birmingham, Alabama which is probably one of the farthest places from the entertainment industry you could be but his passion for "proper cinema", as he calls it, is impressive and makes for some intriging conversations especially with his "outsider" perspective.