Trent Jones, Editor
Trent Jones is currently completing his MFA at USC’s school of Cinema-Television. While at USC he was named a finalist in the Coca Cola Refreshing Filmmakers Contest for his short, Wonderdog. Prior to attending USC, Trent was a professional theatre director based in New York. He has directed new plays, musicals, and Shakespeare in regional theatres nationally and has assistant directed on Broadway. In 1999 he was awarded the Phil Killian Directing Fellowship by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He is an alumnus of Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab. Originally from the Bay Area, Trent received his BA in Theatre Arts and in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz.

Ariel Fox, Sound Designer
Ariel Fox discovered her passion for sound while an undergraduate at the USC School of Cinema-Television. Since receiving her B.A., Ariel has been doing sound design and production sound on short and feature films. Her experience includes, among others, a sci-fi thriller, a hip hop documentary, and a feminist character study. Ariel has a special interest in projects, particularly documentaries, that challenge people's views and have social or political impact.
Michael Cohen, Composer
Michael Cohen is originally from the Real Hollywood (Hollywood, FL) and now lives in Hollywood, CA. He has written the scores for feature films (The Hebrew Hammer), television shows (Behind the Music, Showdogs Moms and Dads), as well as video games (X-Men, Evil Dead) and many commercials. In addition, he has composed the music for over 90 short films. After graduating from Harvard College, he completed the Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program at USC. He can be reached at
Lee Berg, Production Designer
Lee Berg has been an Art Director and Production Designer for over seven years. He has completed Production design for the features All About You, True Love, and Winning London as well as several other independent projects. He has Production Designed the pilots ABC Saturday Morning Special, Real Conspiracies, The Money Game and scores of others. Lee designed and managed props for the stage play Dorian the Musical and art directed the Madonna Video "Music." He has also Art Directed and Production Designed several dozen commercials and industrial films and several short films including Rebecca Cutter's Eating.