Stephen is an Actor and Producer who is originally from Boston, MA and now resides in New York's East Village. He is a graduate of Merrimack College and Northeastern University.
He was trained in improv at The Upright Citizens Brigade NYC. His most recent NY Theater credits include the role of Aaron Blum in "Say Goodbye to Yesterday at the Sargent TheaterATA, Wargrave in the Alpha Theater Company production of "And Then There Were None", Pope Francis in "The Pope From Outer Space"at the Manhattan Repertory Theater, Samuel Gompers in the production of "Uprising" and Juror 9 in the Alpha Theater Company production of "Twelve Angry Men".
He has appeared in over fifty film and television productions including The Maiden Heist, Sporting Dog, The Real American, Dead Dog, Bye Bye America, The Drive, Welcome to America, Temptation, High Summer, 8:46, Red Hook, and Law and Order.
He has produced several award winning films, and is currently involved in producing several film and television projects including Patriots Day, The Chain and Depravity.
Daniel Palmer is an award-winning screenwriter, editor and independent filmmaker, originally hailing from London but now living and working in New York. With a passion for great stories and big ideas, Daniel has worked on everything from commercials to feature films and is currently developing a number of exciting projects he hopes to produce in the next year. In 2011, he also co-founded the popular One Shot Movie competition that challenges applicants from all over the world to produce a short film composed of a single shot, with no edits whatsoever (see oneshotmovie.co.uk for more details and information about how to enter).
Christina Raia is a New York City based Writer/Director, the Founder of CongestedCat Productions and a Crowdfunding Specialist at Seed&Spark. Her work, a collection of short films, a critically acclaimed web series, and an award winning feature film, has gained a large online following through multiple crowd funding & sourcing campaigns. She has been covered by press outlets such as Indiewire, AfterEllen, and BuzzFeed. She also turned her desire to foster collaboration and engagement in the local film community into IndieWorks, a monthly film screening series showcasing and supporting the work of independent filmmakers in New York
Peter Kelley has worked professionally as an acting coach and a writer and director of film and theatre for over fifteen years, and is currently an on-set acting coach for both NCIS - LA (CBS) and DOLLHOUSE (FOX).
As an acting coach, Mr. Kelley's clients include Chris O'Donnell, Eliza Dushku, Dane Cook, Spencer Grammer, as well as numerous on-air and public figures, and most of the crazed crew on HBO's "Tourgasm" bus.
He has conducted seminars for the Screen Actors Guild New England, Southwest, and Midwest, among others; he co-taught "The Feature Film Audition," with John Lyons. Mr. Kelley is currently on the faculty of Boston University's School of Film as well as the Studio at C/P Casting in Boston.
Shortly after joining C/P to run the Studio, Mr. Kelley began casting for C/P; his work included Boston principal casting for over a dozen feature films and hundreds of regional and national commercials.
Mr. Kelley is also an award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker; The Path Most Resistance, Mr. Kelley's most recent film, premiered in New York, was a selection in over 18 festivals worldwide, and was an official selection in competition at the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival.