An award winning photographer, filmmaker and digital artist, Jonathan’s work has appeared in local and national ad campaigns, festivals, exhibitions and in homes and businesses around the world. Jonathan’s editorial work, has appeared in multiple publications including the Washington Post, Washington City Paper, On Tap and several websites.
Jonathan’s hero is Orson Welles because of his creativity and originality across mediums. A filmmaker at heart, Jonathan’s work is most inspired by artists such as Welles, Stanley Kubrick, Gregory Crewdson, Julie Blackmon and the Symbolists of the late 19th Century.
Chad Horn- Producer
Chad Horn is the founder of Bard Tales Productions in Falls Church, VA. A thirteen-year veteran producer and editor, once Chad saw his first 360° video he was hooked. Just 18 months later he and his team are creating 360°/VR content for the biggest networks and brands including Discovery Communications, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Smithsonian Networks, and many more.
Mark Ruppert- Associate Producer
Mark came up with the idea for the 48 Hour Film Project back in 2001. As a filmmaker in his own right, Mark's belief in the power of creativity led him to challenge filmmakers to see what they can do in a single weekend.
The results have been phenomenal as the 48 Hour Film Project has found a place in 130 cities around the world--with more than 325,000 people having participated to date, creating more than 25,000 films.
Kevin Good- Director of Photography
Kevin Good is a freelance cinematographer and director. He has worked on diverse projects from creating television pilots for Fox Television Studios to shooting interactive feature-length films for the U.S. Army. His work has been featured in the Independent TV Festival in Los Angeles, the New York Television Festival, the Cannes Film Festival, the Edinburgh International TV Festival, the Festival Internacional de Televisão in Rio de Janeiro, the Boston International Film Festival, and others. Kevin now balances his time between teaching at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts, freelance production work, and developing his own crazy projects, many of which are featured on this site.