"Check out those moves. These dudes got game!" - a client (paraphrased).
Kemp Baldwin: Kemp is a freelance writer and producer living in Brooklyn. He has helped develop a number of non-scripted TV shows, including AMC’s Story Notes, Spike’s Frankenfoood, and National Geographic’s Doomsday Castle. In 2010, he was chosen as a Sesame Workshop Writing Fellow. In 2012, he was a finalist in the Sundance Screenwriters Lab for his screenplay, “Late Night with Grandma”. More recently, he was a writer at Super Sprowtz, a children’s media company that focuses on nutrition education.
Gates Bradley: Gates has been working as a producer, director, and editor in television and film for nine years. As a creative director of the boutique agency Super!Alright! in Austin he has produced and directed short spots with Michael Showalter and Patton Oswalt, as well as many short-form pieces for SXSW, Fun Fun Fun Fest, and IFC News. He is co-director and producer of the feature documentary film White Walls Say Nothing about the rise of street artist in Buenos Aires. You also may know him from his line “This phone is sweet!” from a cell phone commercial that aired in Hong Kong 4 years ago.
Mike Laskasky: Mike is a writer and producer living in Brooklyn. He used to work as a sportscaster in Iowa before making the natural transition to writing for Joan Rivers on Fashion Police. He also writes and produces shows for Sharp Entertainment and is proficient in Microsoft Word.