Chair of Medical Oncology at Sutter Medical Group, Sacramento, California. Dr. Stacy D'Andre has been practicing for 18 years. She graduated from the University of California School of Medicine - Davis in 1995 and specializes in medical oncology and integrative oncology. Dr. D'Andre completed a 5 year Fellowship in Medical Oncology at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. She recently submitted a paper and grant with collaborators at the Mayo clinic to study topical cannabis for chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy. She has several clinical trials ongoing studying diet and supplements for cancer patients.
Recognized as a master cultivator by High Times Magazine as early as 2008, Wade is a master cannabis cultivator known for identifying and propagating the high-CBD strain known as Harlequin. In addition to cultivating premium cannabis for nearly two decades, Wade is a researcher, speaker, and cannabis activist who advocates for patients’ access to safe, clean, affordable medicine. Recently, Wade was hired to oversee and teach professionals the art of extracting and making medical cannabis in Utah’s first cannabis pharmacy.
Steve has held executive positions in multiple healthcare organizations. Steve was personally responsible for numerous new product innovations in Nuclear Medicine & PET with ADAC Laboratories. Steve also helped establish over 100 Wound Healing Centers nationally with Healogics. Currently retired, Steve, along with his wife Cindy, owns and operates the Golden Era Lounge, Nevada City's premier destination for unique handcrafted cocktails, premium spirits, local wines, and craft beers.
(Writer/Director/Producer) After reality slapped him in the face at the age of 18 (hey, every guy with an eyedropper full of talent thought he was going to be a rockstar, right?), a series of synchronistic events landed him his first job as a grip on a film crew. 2-years later, he parlayed his experience into becoming a producer and/or director and/or writer for commercials and corporate videos and later landed in Hollywood where he sold two scripts, optioned two more (none as yet have been produced). But Hollywood just wasn’t ready for Rick so he moved to San Diego where he moved up the ladder as a Senior Copywriter, Creative Director, Internet Creative Director and finally Marketing Director. Then four years ago, he fell into the magic kingdom of Nevada City, CA, and resumed his job as a Director of Marketing. He has also continued to write, winning Best of TV Pilots (LaCine Film Festival) and Quarterfinalist at Screencraft Pilot Launch, plus optioning another (still not currently picked up) TV Pilot.
(Director of Photography/Camera Operator)
A member of the Directors Guild of America and the International Cinematographers Guild, Rober is an award-winning commercial Director/DP and screenwriter. He is also the creative genius behind our latest collaborative effort, THE HAUL.
In addition to his commercial work, he has directed and co-produced documentary films and is currently developing narrative and documentary projects in his adopted town of Nevada City.
(Sound Department and Design)
David Lawrie is an award-winning sound designer and composer, whose sound design and music have been heard in films around the world. His breakthrough came after the immense festival success of Of Shark And Man, which opened up doors to work in audio post-production with Absinthe Films, GoPro, Panasonic, Natural England, and Progressive to name a few. Born in England, David now calls Northern California home, and he has been heavily involved with the Nevada City Film Festival since 2016. In 2018 he performed all sound duties for the NCFF produced short, Room 6. David has worked on the largest of sound stages, in a variety of formats from Stereo to Dolby Atmos, as well as virtual reality. He predominantly operates from his private, state of the art studio in Northern California.
With 20 years of experience working in film, theatre, and broadcast as well as a writer, educator, and sound and lighting technician. He completed a Masters of Fine Arts in Technical Theatre in 2002 and was a Fulbright Scholar in South Africa, where he wrote and was the technical director for productions in the Grahamstown National Arts Festival and the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Currently, Jason teaches technical theatre and video production and manages The Baggett Theatre in Grass Valley, California, where he lives with his beautiful and talented family on a small organic fruit and vegetable farm.
(Cinematographer / Editor) Singer, songwriter, writer, director, editor - Corey just about does it all. Founding partner of Hallelo Productions with locations in Brooklyn, New York as well as Walnut Creek, California, Corey is a hot commodity with clients ranging from Verizon to Tyler Whitman Real Estate, to short videos, web commercials, and his favorite giveback - Couch Concerts (where his production team invites local artist into their "living room" to perform and create promotional videos.)