Barb has been in show business her whole life. She has a MA in theatre from St.Louis University. She has directed, built sets, taught children’s theatre and done costumes from professional theatre to community theatre. This is her first try at a movie, which was loads of fun.
With an early background as a Computer Technician, and with a love for experimental digital, analog, and optical technologies Nick is making a name for himself as a Cinematographer. He is very active in the St. Louis film scene, having worked extensively with a number of production companies as a Director Of Photography, Steadicam Owner/Operator, Grip and a number of other positions. As well as numerous positive reviews of his films Nick recently won the “Award Of Distinction For Cinematography” at the Re:Image Film Festival For “Ragman”.
Dale Ward began making short films in middle school and continues this passion into middle age. He was the Producer and Executive Producer for the national talk show “On Main Street” for seven years, and most recently is responsible for the video content for Concordia Seminary’s iTunes U site. His Bachelor of Arts in Video/Film was earned at Webster University in St. Louis. His other films include “The 2 Sons and Their Crogzookles,” “There’s Something in the Basement” and “Ragman.” His video and television work has garnered many awards, including four Emmys and several Tellys, and his films have placed in several international film festival competitions.
Shannon A. Wiseman’s first experience in video production was “Wrap Around” a student-run news broadcast at Forest Park Community College, 2002-2005. In 2006, she interned at UPN 46. Since 2008 she has worked with Clayton Community Theatre, and during the production of “The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe” she first met director, Dale Ward. In 2009 she was offered a part time job editing video at Concordia Seminary, and she was hired full-time in 2010. Shannon is currently employed as the Media Technology Specialist. “Walther” is her first feature length film production.