Jeffery Durkin – is a writer/director. This is his second feature documentary about the power of art as a force for creativity and change. Jeff is owner and co- founder of Breadtruck Films, an independent film company based in San Diego. Jeff was inspired to develop this project after spending three days filming artist Shepard Fairey painting his largest stencil piece to date – a 30 foot tall Burmese monk.
Chris Kirby - is a freelance photographer and designer for Breadtruck Films. He has an expanding interest in video and film production. Chris has filmed in Asia and is in charge of the web design, logos, and the visual language of the film.
Ann Silva - is an assistant producer for Breadtruck Films and has a background in communications. She is responsible for building an audience, creating a buzz, and the overall exposure for this film.
Jeff Katz - is a co-producer and lead camera man on this documentary. He has worked with Breadtruck Films on several other art documentaries as well as personal projects for non-profit organizations. Jeff has a background in cinematography, post-production and has filmed worldwide.
Katie Anceravage - is the director of strategic partnerships at Breadtruck Films. Katie has a background in broadcast journalism and is responsible for networking, fundraising, and building a community around this documentary. She has a passion for creating documentary films that have a positive social impact.
Michael Gaw - Associate Producer