Gerry Curtis is a cinematographer, editor, colorist and director with 10 years experience working on films, commercials, television and web projects. He recently completed work as cinematographer on a feature length documentary on postpartum depression, "When the Bough Breaks," narrated by Brooke Shields, which he also color graded. In 2014 he travelled around the US filming and co-producing a series of videos for the Smithsonian Institution.
His short film, Savasana, which he wrote, produced and directed, played at over 20 films festivals in the US and Asia, winning 2 best short film prizes. Prior to working in the film industry Gerry enjoyed successful careers in the financial services industry and being a regional manager overseeing 10 restaurants in Northern California. In his spare time he enjoys mountain biking and exploring Los Angeles with his Jack Russell Terrier Ripley.
Daniel is an art director who has collaborated with Gerry Curtis since 2011. His client list includes Crystal Dynamics, NovaLogic, Electronic Arts, Eidos, Capcom, Spark Unlimited, and Sony Computer Entertainment of America.
After studying at the Art Center College of Design, he was able to merge his love of computer graphics with his passion for art, forging a career in the video game industry.
With over 18 years of experience, he created iconic characters for Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, Tomb Raider, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
In his free time, Daniel likes to sketch monsters, hike, play video games, read fantasy/sci-fi novels, collect art books, watch kung-fu films, and lecture about art careers in schools such as Concept Design Academy and Academy of Art.
Lyndel is our main producer, planning and coordinating shoots, as well as supervising post-production. Lyndel has wide international expertise in production, operations, and business development and branding strategies at every scale. She uses this experience to work with our clients to develop successful marketing campaigns.
Lyndel attended Purdue University, where she studied business administration in their high-ranking Hotel & Tourism Management program. She began her film career working as a producer for Digital Kiln Studios in San Francisco, where she produced a series of documentaries, commercials and instructional films, such as Green Valley, Morocco-Summer in the cities, Simple Solutions, Concierge Remodel and Little Red Dot Kitchen.
As an actress Lyndel starred in the award-winning short film Savasana, which won Best Short Film at the D.C. Pacific Asian American Film Festival and New Jersey International Film Festival in 2011.
She speaks several Chinese dialects including Cantonese, Hokkien/Fuchien as well as Malay and conversational Mandarin.
Originally from Malaysia, Lyndel practices Tai-Chi, Snooker, and enjoys fishing.
Linda handles a variety of tasks including production, styling, set design and locations. She has an Economics degree from Purdue University as well as a Professional Designation (AA) in Fashion Design from FIDM in Los Angeles.
Linda is originally from Singapore and is fluent in Mandarin and Indonesian and works with our clients in China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia. Linda has a strong background in sales, marketing, and vendor relation management as well as being an entrepreneur who co-founded a successful beauty business in Los Angeles.