Kristen Tracy - Creator/Showrunner
Kristen Tracy has written twelve critically acclaimed novels for young adults and young readers, including Lost It, Camille McPhee Fell Under the Bus, Too Cool for This School, Hung Up, and Project UnPopular. She grew up in a small town in Idaho, near Yellowstone Park, where she learned a tremendous amount about bears. She has an M.A. in American Literature from Brigham Young University, an M.F.A. in poetry from Vermont College, and a Ph.D. in English from Western Michigan University. At one time in her life she was a college professor and aerobics instructor. At another time she was a volunteer gardener on Alcatraz and aspiring bird docent. In 2017 she was awarded the Emily Dickinson First Book Award from the Poetry Foundation for her poetry manuscript, Half-Hazard. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Brian Evenson and their young son.
Adria Tennor - Creator/Showrunner/Director
Adria Tennor earned her BFA in stage directing and acting at New York University and Playwrights Horizons Theater School. She began her career as an actress, and her first professional job was playing a twelve-year old boy looking at porn in Tompkins Square park in Hal Hartley’s Amateur, which premiered in the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes. She works regularly in television and film and is most known for her recurring role on Mad Men as well as in the Academy Award winning film, The Artist. Dissatisfied with the amount of work available to women, Tennor began writing her own material, performing stand up early in her career and then spinning her material into a rave-reviewed one-woman show, StripSearch, about finding love and happiness with the help of a 12-foot pole. Another monologue she wrote and performed, Pie in the Sky, was published in the anthology about lust gone wrong – Worst Laid Plans: When Bad Sex Happens to Good People alongside works by Whitney Cummings, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Allison Brie and Laraine Newman. Tennor made her producing debut on horror spoof, Smothered, shot on location in Baton Rouge. Her directorial debut was a self-penned childhood drama, Cracked, starring Marguerite Moreau, which garnered awards and laurels around the country. Her second film, Pie, starring Jessica Paré, was a favorite on the festival circuit in 2018, also garnering awards and laurels internationally. Her ambition is to create and tell more stories for and about women and to foster opportunities for a diverse point of view in theater, film and television.
Mindy Elliott - Producer/Editor
Mindy Elliot just finished editing One Moment, Danny Aiello’s last feature, as well as The Last Shift starring Richard Jenkins which premiered at Sundance in 2020. She also edited and co-wrote the award-winning documentary film, A Plastic Ocean, which gives an in-depth look at the alarming truths about plastic pollution in the world. The film won the Best of the Festival award at the Blue Ocean Film Festival as well as the Director’s Choice award at the Sedona International Film Festival. She also edited Anna Russo’s award-winning short, Run Fast, which won the Special Jury award at the Aspen Shortsfest, Best Short Film at the USA Film Festival and the Woman to Watch award at the Underexposed Film Festival in North Carolina. She edited and produced Gahan Wilson: Born Dead, Still Weird, a documentary about the legendary cartoonist and illustrator known for his ghoulish horror-fantasy drawings, which won the Best Documentary award at Comic Con. Ms. Elliot also assisted Kevin Tent, A.C.E, on Alexander Payne’s Academy and Golden Globe nominated films Nebraska and Downsizing, and Payne’s Academy and Golden Globe winning film, The Decedents. She also won the Best Editing award from the Rhode Island International Film Festival for Adria Tennor’s award winning short film Pie. Mindy’s television work includes Ava Duvernay’s Emmy winning When They See Us, House of Lies, Girls, and Ugly Betty. A native Oregonian, Mindy did her undergraduate work at Willamette University and earned her Master’s degree at the University of Pittsburgh.
Denise Hudson - Producer/Production Designer
Denise Hudson is currently art directing Generation, a new HBO/Max series. Her other design and art directing projects include Room 104, The Kominsky Method, Butter, American Horror Story (Emmy nominee), Cleaners, Unstoppable, Brüno, Quinceañera (Sundance Best Feature and Audience awards), two Austin Powers films and 61*(Emmy nominee). Denise returned to California having earned an MFA in design from Yale and having studied haute couture at Syndical de la Couture in Paris. She was briefly a student of Criminal Studies at Oxford and has a degree from Berkeley in PoliSci, both of which have made her a better prepared for the current climate…
Patricia Louis - Producer/Art Department
Having raised three children in three continents, Patricia has finally landed in the diverse and always lively Downtown LA where she serves as an elected official on the Neighborhood Council. She is a writer, producer and happy to jump in when needed in the art department.
J. Peter Robinson - Composer
J. Peter Robinson is an English composer who studied piano and composition at the Royal Academy of Music and enjoyed a successful career as a session keyboardist throughout the 1970s, working with artists such as Phil Collins, Al Stewart, Mike Rutherford, Shawn Phillips, Quatermass, Brand X, Carly Simon, Bryan Ferry, Stealers Wheel, Andrew Lloyd-Webber and others. He made his film music debut as a solo composer in 1985 with John Schlesinger’s eerie voodoo movie The Believers, and has since scored a number of successful films including Cocktail, Blind Fury, Cadillac Man, Encino Man, Wayne’s World, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, Highlander III: The Sorcerer, Vampire in Brooklyn, Rumble in the Bronx, The World’s Fastest Indian and The Bank Job. J. Peter has also contributed music to a number of acclaimed TV series including The Wonder Years, Tales from the Crypt, Eerie Indiana, Charmed and The Handler. As a successful pop arranger, he has collaborated with Eric Clapton, Manhattan Transfer, Al Jarreau and Melissa Etheridge.
Jill Bogdanowicz - Senior Colorist
Jill Bogdanowicz is a senior colorist at Company 3 where she has brought her unique talents to features includingSpider-Man, Far From Home, John Wick: Chapter 3, Joker, The Umbrella Academy and Dr. Sleep. Previously, she spent two years at Modern VideoFilm, where she colored an impressive list of films including the lush and beautiful The Grand Budapest Hotel for director Wes Anderson and cinematographer Robert Yeoman. Prior to that, Bogdanowicz worked for eight years at Technicolor on a large slate of projects that comprises almost everything Clint Eastwood finished during that period including the starkLetters from Iwo Jima and powerful period dramaThe Changeling. Bogdanowicz started her work as a digital colorist at Cinesite on the first full DI,O Brother, Where Art Thou?, for Joel and Ethan Coen and cinematographer Roger Deakins. She comes from a family of imaging experts — her father spent his career as a top-level scientist at Eastman Kodak and her sister is also a successful digital colorist. Bogdanowicz majored in Art and minored in Physics at the State University of New York, Geneseo. She is also an avid painter of large format oils and watercolors, which she has exhibited at a number of high-profile galleries.
Jamie Coupar - Sound Designer
Jamie Coupar is an accomplished sound designer for film and television with a diverse slate of projects ranging from feature thrillers and dramas to unorthodox docuseries to comedic, genre-spun festival shorts. She loves playing with sound, experimenting with tone and silence, working with people who appreciate noise as much as she does and being in a city that creates. Some of her most memorable projects include: After Her, El Contratista, Code, The Fortune Teller, 11-8-16, Door in the Woods, Sam’s Box, The Big Break and of course Pie, another collaboration with Fetish writer/director Adria Tennor. On a fresh creative pursuit to fulfill her desire to work in animation, Jamie is currently developing and producing her first animated short "Why Can't We Bee Friends?" which combines her love of drawing, kazoos, and, of course, bees.