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Kirsten Larvick is a New York based Independent Documentary Assistant Editor and Editor. She has had the pleasure of working with a number of award winning, documentary filmmakers and production companies, including InCite Pictures and producer David Goodman of "Witness to War: Dr. Charles Clements". Kirsten is also Co-Chair of NYWIFT's Women's Film Preservation Fund.

Gayle KirschenbaumGAYLE KIRSCHENBAUM - Director/Producer/Camera
Gayle is an Emmy-winning filmmaker, producer and personality. In addition to My Nose (the short, the seminar, and the feature), Kirschenbaum directed the film A Dog's Life: A Dogamentary, which premiered on HBO. She created and Executive Produced several “little people” shows for TLC and Discovery Health. Created and co-host the podcast series On the Trail with Gayle. Is in production on a food and culture show called Melting Pot plus lots more. To see full bio, click here. And visit Kirschenbaum Productions here.

Steven GladstoneSTEVEN GLADSTONE - Director of Photography
Steven is a New York-based Cinematographer who has worked over his 18 years in the industry. He spent a year and a half videotaping Holocaust Survivors for the “Survivors of the Shoah” project. He has a Masters degree in Communication Arts. Currently he is polishing his “Indie Chick Flick” feature screenplay “Winter Money”, and working on a haunted house screenplay. You can follow his blog “Indie Kicker.” His website can be viewed here.

KIRSTEN LARVICKKIRSTEN LARVICK - Post Production
Kirsten Larvick is a New York based Independent Documentary Assistant Editor and Editor. She has had the pleasure of working with a number of award winning, documentary filmmakers and production companies, including InCite Pictures and producer David Goodman of "Witness to War: Dr. Charles Clements". Kirsten is also Co-Chair of NYWIFT's Women's Film Preservation Fund. Click here to visit Kirsten's website.

Brad CummingsBRADLEY CUMMINGS - Producer's Assistant/Additional Camera
Bradley Is a recent graduate of Brigham Young University. He was a Producer on the web series Jer3miah which has been recognized by the Webbys and is an Official Best of Fest selection. He also produced the independent short film The Space Between, winner of the South Bay film festival. While working in the Post-Production department of a PBS affiliate BYU Broadcasting, Brad became the Production Coordinator on the featured film For Robbing the Dead, which is slated to be released in 2011.

Kelly BrennanKELLY BRENNAN - Post Production Assistant
A recent graduate of The New School's Media Studies Graduate Program, Kelly is a versatile, creative & passionate young professional with skills in Film/TV/Radio Production + Graphic Design. Her experience includes positions at the New York Board of Trade, Sirius Satellite Radio, and Cornerstone Promotions. She is currently working on media projects at Educational Testing Service (ETS) in Princeton, NJ, while contributing her time and expertise towards My Nose, The Bigger Version. Her other interests include sports, art, music, food, dogs, naps, martial arts, design, dancing, and knitting. She wears many hats. Visit Kelly's website here.

Melissa Marascia MELISSA MARASCIA - Outreach
Melissa Marascia graduated with a B.B.A in Marketing from Loyola University in Maryland and danced on the university's dance team for all four years. Through her marketing expertise, she promoted and raised funds for Gayle's film, MY NOSE: THE BIGGER VERSION on Kickstarter.com. She created marketing and public relations strategies, involving email blasts and pitches to newspapers and psychology professionals, as well as strategies around digital advertisement using social media. The campaign proved successful raising over $50,000.

LaJonel BrownLAJONEL BROWN - Lead Campaign Organizer
LaJonel Brown, the lead campaign organizer for My Nose: The Bigger Version, hails from West Chester, PA. A young, up and coming producer and screenwriter, LaJonel is a graduate of Philadelphia's Temple University, where she studied film and media arts drawing inspiration particularly from her love of music videos and television, both scripted and non-scripted. As an associate producer of award winning short film, 'My Turtle's Name is Dudley', LaJonel without a doubt has a passion for analyzing, renovating and revamping the film and television experience. In addition to being the lead campaign organizer for My Nose: The Bigger Version, she is also a research assistant in marketing and development of non-scripted shows for Kirschenbaum Productions.

Madeline BeyMADELINE BEY- Graphic/Web Designer
Madeline recently graduated from the School of Fine Arts at the University of Connecticut where she was on the Division I Women's Rowing Team for four years. She was a graphic design intern at UConn’s Design Center and Library. Besides graphic design, Madeline is also interested in video, motion graphics, and photography. As a senior at UConn, Madeline was awarded the Gloriana Gill Photography Award for a photograph of Pippa, her Jack Russell Terrier. She was previously employed producing political promotional material. Please visit Madeline's website to view her work.

Elliott ChristELLIOTT CHRIST - Web Designer
A native of Pennsylvania and a graduate of New York University, Elliott first worked with Gayle Kirschenbaum as a video editor for the Melting Pot pilot. Since then he has worked with Gayle on her Transforming Difficult Relationships seminar and the original My Nose DVD. He is also a contributing writer for The Onion News Network, a singer-songwriter, and a visual artist, and has been a production assistant on the films Bettie Page Reveals All and Murder Dance. As the designer of this site, he is also entitled to write that he invented a gold-plated time machine and owns a chalet on the moon. Who's going to stop him from writing that? He lives in Brooklyn. Visit Elliott's website here.

Jen AmonJEN AMON - Post Production
Jen is a recent graduate from CUNY Queens College Media Studies program. She has held internships at Queens Public Television, where she was in charge of editing a segment for Queens Council for Social Welfare, and at Strand Creative Group in Manhattan. A lifelong New York resident, she has interests in photography, painting, television, music, film, books and is an endless source of useless information. Some of her photography and videos can be seen on her blog myrumpydoppleganger.tumblr.com.
  RENATA HUANG - Additional Camera
  SARAH MICHELLE ABBOTT - Additional Camera
  SU KIM - Additional Camera
  LANCE KRUGER- Additional Camera
  JAMES PAPADOPOULOS - Additional Camera - Visit his website here.
  JAMES PARSONS - Additional Camera

 

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