ZEUS MORAND (Director of Photography)
Zeus Morand has been a central figure in the commercial and music video industry since 1996. Prior to shooting Red Doors, Morand was the Director of Photography on Slugges (2001) directed by Bertha Bay-Sa Pan starring Hassan Johnson and Corey Parker Robinson both of HBO's The Wire. Morand has served as the Director of Photography on numerous music videos including Ashanti, Nas, Anthony Hamilton, Akon and De La Soul. Commercials Shot by Morand that are now airing include: Lugz, Heineken, Krylon, and MTV.
YOUNA KWAK (Editor)
Youna Kwak has been a documentary, television, and feature film editor since 1995. Her television credits include programs for CourtTV, ESPN, HBO, NBC, Oxygen Media, PBS, and USA Network. She was Supervising Editor of The Isaac Mizrahi Show (Oxygen Media) for three seasons. Her film credits include features and documentaries which have screened at the Boston, Florida, Full Frame, GenArt, Hamptons, Miami, South by Southwest, and Tribeca Film Festival among others. Credits include Live From New York: The First Five Years of SNL (NBC); Besotted (Dir. Holly Angell Hardman); Dead Broke (Dir. Edward Vilga); Shalom Y'All (Dir. Brian Bain); and Con Man (Dir. Jesse Moss). Kwak is a founding member and co-owner of the post-production facility Final Frame, located in New York City.
ROBERT MILLER (Composer)
Award winning composer Robert Miller was formally trained at the Mannes College of Music in NYC, and studied privately with American Masters William Schuman and Aaron Copland. Miller has written several works that have been performed by orchestras nationwide. He has been the Composer-In-Residence with the New York-based Jupiter Symphony. The New York Pops performed his orchestrations to Leonard Bernsteinís famed West Side Story Variations at Carnegie Hall. In addition to his symphonic efforts, Miller is considered among the top echelon of composers working in television and commercials. His recent film projects include the feature documentary, Why We Fight, directed by Eugene Jarecki, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2005, and the short film Vuilo, directed by Jim Gartner.
SUSAN JACOBS (Music Supervisor)
Susan Jacobs has served as music supervisor on dozens of feature films, including The Village, Storytelling, Shortcuts, Monsoon Wedding, and Girlfight. At the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, two of her films, Why We Fight and Forty Shades of Blue, won awards for Best Feature and American Documentary Grand Jury Prize (respectively). Her TV credits include Live from the House of Blues and Happily Ever After. Jacobs has also produced albums for Disney, Warner Brothers and Columbia, and she has managed both recording artists and music producers.
ANGELIQUE CLARK (Production Designer)
Angelique Clark began her film and television career as as a motion graphics artist and editor after graduating from U.C Berkeley with a B.A. in both Art and Film Studies. Upon moving to New York in 2002 she transitioned into pursuing Production Design as well and has since worked in various capacities at MTV, Comedy Central, Nick at Nite and HBO. Her film credits include Rushing River, Loopy, and Corn, starring Jena Malone. Currently Angelique splits her time between Production Design and Motion Graphics, some of which can be seen at www.angeliqueclark.com.