Derek Taylor, Producer, Director & Editor

is a native of Illinois who makes short documentary and experimental films about history, travel, time, space and the nuances of perception. A North Woods Elegy: Incident at Big Moose Lake is his first documentary feature. His work has been shown at a number of film festivals in the U.S. and internationally. He received his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and currently teaches media production in Connecticut and New York.

 Mike Bay, Director of Photography (HD), Sound Editing & Color Grading

has an extensive background in media production, including stints at WVIT, Channel 30 in West Hartford, CT and at ESPN in Bristol, CT. He also works as a freelance photographer/editor for a variety of organizations, including Connecticut Public Television, Yale New Haven Hospital and the United Way. He received his BA in Communication and MS in Journalism from Quinnipiac University. He currently teaches media production in Connecticut.

 Shane Christian Eason, Director of Photography (16mm)      

is a film & video artist, curator, photographer, writer, and educator living and practicing in metro Miami/Fort Lauderdale, FL. His formal experimental/documentary films are conscience studies in self-identity, semiotics, philosophy, and abstraction. His film and video work has screened internationally in festivals and art galleries. He teaches film and video production with the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies at Florida Atlantic University.

  J. Andrew Forsyth, Co-Editor & Production Assistant

 is an experimental image-maker who manipulates human emotion through image and        sound. A native of West Haven, CT and a graduate of Southern Connecticut State              University (B.S. Communication: Video Production Specialization), he has been working    independently, writing and producing his own works while seeking higher education at  the same time.









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