Scott Danzig, a software engineer by trade, has been enthralled with the challenge of filmmaking for most of his life, and at last making it happen since moving to New York in 2010. As the former organizer of the all-volunteer meetup.com based filmmaking group, Dark Kidney Films, Scott gained a great deal of sink-or-swim experience, leading a number of tumultuous productions. He has since moved on, founding Sneaky Ghost Films, building a network of passionate collaborators whom he trusts to help his vision become a reality.
Scott found Jordan, a cinematographer and Binghamton University alumni, through his Vimeo website, when hunting for local filmmakers affiliated with the nearby university. They first collaborated on a BU 48 hour film competition, and have been working together since.
Maria Carroll is a coworker of Scott's, and a fellow software engineer at Lockheed Martin. After seeing Maria as part of the cast of Mikado, a Summer Savoyards production, Scott began brainstorming with her on his own filmmaking efforts. Maria landed the lead role of The Cheshire Cache, and has been collaborating on every production since.
John Carroll, has composed music for The Cheshire Cache, and has been open to assisting with future scoring efforts. He also was instrumental in helping his wife, Maria, with her rehearsal for her lead role in Karma.
Augustin and his daughter Maria, residents of Toronto, found Scott through both a website, Quora.com, and a filmmaker networking site, stage32.com. Scott chose Maria to fill a role in The Cheshire Cache, and later, Augustin wrote the initial script and helped produce Karma.
Damian Martin is a local film industry vet, supportive of community activity in the Binghamton area, as well as with local indie productions. Damian proactively offered his assistance starting with the production of Guy Time, literally working for bananas.
Jacqueline, a local creative and friend of Maria Carroll, first showed up as a background actress for Karma. She enthusiastically lends her formidable special effects expertise for the cannibalism-themed Toddler Tartare.