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Joseph was born in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois. His love for filmmaking started at a young age when he discovered his parents old camcorder in the basement of their house. Prior to moving to Los Angeles, Joseph received his B.A. from San Francisco State University with a degree in Cinema. During his senior year, he created the West Coast Student Film Festival, which featured student films from over twenty-five countries. Joseph got a job in the film industry working as the assistant to director Todd Phillips on the blockbuster hit, The Hangover. Since then, he has continued working with Phillips, as the associate producer on such films: Due Date, The Hangover Part II, Project X, and the upcoming The Hangover Part III. Joseph has also won numerous awards as a filmmaker including, Grand Prize at the Script Pipeline Into Motion Pictures Screenwriting Competition, Top This TV Challenge for a commercial he wrote and directed, and finalist at the Tribeca Film Festival Short Film Competition. Craigslist Joe is his first feature-length film.
Originally from western North Carolina, Zach moved to New York City to pursue a career as a stand-up comedian. Zach got his start performing his brand of humor in the back of a hamburger joint in Times Square. He garnered mainstream attention for his role as Alan Garner in the comedy film The Hangover and earned the MTV Movie Award for the Best Comedic Performance. He enjoys touring the country, performing in coffee shops and universities. When not performing stand-up, Zach spends time at his home in the mountains of his native North Carolina, where he hopes to open a writer’s retreat on a completely self-sustained farm.
Uday Sehgal is Principal of Vine Street Partners, a boutique investment management firm. He is currently a strategic advisor to SBE Hotel & Restaurant Group, and recently advised on the restructuring of shareholding interests in Viceroy Hotel Group, the acquisition of the Tides Riviera Maya resort in Mexico with AJ Capital Partners, and on international development and programmatic capital raising for Auberge Resorts. Uday is a founding and current partner in Wood & Vine, a 140-seat cocktail bar and restaurant in Hollywood.
Uday previously served as Director of Acquisitions for Kor Hotel Group, a Los Angeles-based hotel and resort developer and operator, from 2005 – 2009. His responsibilities included overseeing business development activities in the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia. Uday sourced and closed the company’s first venture outside of North America, an oceanfront resort development site on Vietnam’s China Beach in partnership with Indochina Land and Secured Capital Japan. Uday also initiated a working relationship with Mubadala Development Company, a strategic sovereign wealth vehicle of the government of Abu Dhabi. He played a leading role in due diligence and negotiations of the transaction in which Mubadala acquired a 50% interest in Kor’s hotel business globally. The deal closed in July 2008.
Prior to joining Kor, Uday was a senior acquisitions and asset management analyst for Trizec Properties, one of the country’s largest owners and operators of commercial real estate properties. Uday received a B.A. in Mathematics and Economics from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and completed further graduate business coursework at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Director of Photography
A film school graduate from California State University, Long Beach in 1988, Kevin dreamed of becoming a filmmaker since he saw Star Wars as a child. It wasn’t until 2001 that Kevin found the story that would become his first feature film. His twin brother decided to quit his banking career to pursue a new career as a professional trapeze artist with the most elite circus in the world, Cirque du Soleil. Filmed across the globe over 8 years, the resulting film was the multiple award winning documentary, Catching Dreams. Starting his own production company in 2008, Kevin has been the Director of Photography on numerous projects, including the feature film The Ridley Project, which he shot and directed on location in Costa Rica. He lensed the award winning feature documentary On Sacred Ground, the story of Native Americans continued struggle to preserve sacred sites in South Dakota, along with the indie homeless drama Wake-up Call. More recently, Kevin accepted a position with Aegis Film Group to head up their documentary division, directing and shooting the documentary feature, contamiNATION: America’s Secret Chernobyl, about Uranium mining and its health impact on surrounding communities. Up next is the Ancient Alien feature documentary, The Anunnaki Were Here!
Starting his own production company in 2008, Kevin has been the DP on numerous projects including the feature film The Ridley Project, which he shot and directed on location in Costa Rica. He shot and co-produced the documentary feature, On Sacred Ground, following the Native Americans struggle to protect sacred sites in South Dakota.
Eve Marson Singbiel
Eve was born and raised in New York City and received her B.A. from Harvard University. Eve has worked as a producer on a wide variety of documentary projects, including independent feature films and television programming for PBS, Discovery Channel and animal planet. Eve has also produced a large library of nonfiction video work in collaboration with companies such as Good Inc. and Strategic Productions.
Angelique is a native of Los Angeles, but attended high school and college in Minnesota. She is married with 2 daughters and the proud owner of GreenRoots Presents, a company that began in her living room showcasing local artists and has blossomed to producing sold out concerts all over Los Angeles with artists like Bruno Mars, Aqualung and Colbie Caillat, while raising much needed funds for local nonprofits and national disasters (American Cancer Society, Joplin Tornado victims, Hurricane Katrina, Gulf Coast Relief, LA Gay & Lesbian Center). She helped put together the soundtrack with some of the best singers and musicians Los Angeles has to offer.
Coming from a New Jersey suburb of Philadelphia, Drew Studied film at Penn State University and Chapman University. Over the past five years Drew has edited multiple successful documentaries, as well as assistant editing on several feature films. Most recently he has worked on the Oscar winning Beginners and he just wrapped on Robert Zemeckis’ upcoming film Flight starring Denzel Washington.
Music Supervisor & Composer
David has been working in the Los Angeles music industry over the past several years in a variety of capacities. As a live performer, David has performed keyboards with top billboard pop sensations including Bruno Mars and Colbie Caillat, as well as newly signed artists, such as Andy Grammer and John West. He has toured and shared the stage with Gavin DeGraw, Train, Matisyahu, T. Pain, and Patrick Stump (lead singer of Fall Out Boy). In addition, David has worked behind the scenes writing and producing songs with pop writing sensations, including Jacob Luttrell (writer for Enrique Iglesias, David Guetta, Chris Brown, & Timbaland), Dan Book & Alexie Misoul (writers/producers for Hot Chelle Rae), Bob Tucker (Grammy Award-winning engineer who’s worked with Tupac Shakur and India Arie). In addition, David has recorded piano, organ, and rhodes in studio sessions with legendary musicians including Sean Hurley (bassist for John Mayer), Victor Indrizzo (drummer for Sarah Bareilles, Chris Cornell, Avril Lavigne, Shakira), Chris Pottinger (bassist for Taio Cruz, Jason Derulo), and many more. David is also co-founder of GreenRoots Productions, which has hosted live music showcases that raise funds for nonprofit organizations in the greater Los Angeles area and the South-by-Southwest Music Festival in Austin. David received his B.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.
David received his B.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. In 2006, David received a certificate from the Grant Writing Institute in San Francisco.
Graphic Designer & Animator
Over the last decade James has lent his expertise as a 3D animator, designer, and VFX supervisor to many of the top studios in Los Angeles. He has led animation teams on a multitude of projects for a variety of high-profile clients, including: Sony, Microsoft, HP, Nike, Google, PepsiCo, Disney, Discovery Channel, HBO, Spike TV, Time Warner, BMW, Honda, Scion, and American Express. James is a co-founder and partner of Alma Mater, a Los Angeles-based visual studio dedicated to a tradition of beautifully executed and thoughtfully considered design, live action, and animation.
Emily was raised in the suburbs of Detroit and received a BA in Sociology from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. She eventually moved to Los Angeles in order to pursue a career in production, and over the past years has thrown herself into a diverse array of projects, working on commercials, music videos, and most recently as in-house associate producer at Current TV. She has a heartfelt passion for documentary – as well as for craigslist: her apartment is furnished almost exclusively with items found on the site.
Noah Dzuba was born and raised in Philadelphia. He received his Bachelor’s degree in sociology from Northwestern University in 2001. He has years of experience in education, focusing on special education and underserved communities. He is handsome and single. He doesn’t like talking about himself.