Caitlin Scherer - Writer + Director + Producer
Caitlin interned at several NYC-based production companies, including Scott Rudin Productions and Gigantic Pictures. She served as an Associate Producer on the international co-production, SINS OF A FATHER; wrote and produced the short film, BLAME; and co-wrote MOMMY'S BOX, a dramatic feature that finished production in late 2014. Her historical drama pilot, ’57 CENTRAL, was shortlisted as a Top 5 finalist in the Fox Dramatic Script Call competition and was previously under development at LA-based production company, Echo Lake Productions.
One of Caitlin’s most recent projects includes collaborating with actress/writer Jessica Sherr to adapt her successful one-woman Bette Davis play, "Ain’t for Sissies", into the feature script, BETTE. So far in 2019, she has been a Semifinalist for the CineStory TV Fellowship, a Finalist in the Screencraft Comedy and Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenplay Contests, and a Semi-Finalist for the 2019 Austin Film Festival with her mockumentary social satire, FITTER FAMILIES.
WICKED IMAGE marks her directorial debut.
Jessica Opon - Editor
Jessica has been working in post since 2015. Starting out as an assistant editor for Defy Media in Los Angeles, she has worked her way up to be an editor at Vice Media in New York. From assisting with Emmy-winning coverage of "Charlottesville: Race and Terror", to building portraits of endangered frogs, to profiling reformed jihadists, Jessica’s work has spanned both scope and subject. Her background as a professional dancer is apparent in the delicate, expertly choreographed stories she weaves both behind the camera and at her editing desk.
David Quateman - Cinematographer
David is a cinematographer and camera cyborg with roots in narrative and documentary film. His credits include the short fantasy film, HAXAN; the 2018 short RED WINE & CHERRY SODA; the independent comedy feature, JEFFTOWN (2016); and the TV series STRICTLY BUSINESS. He has also worked on projects for commercial clients such as Fendi and Chantecaille. David enjoys yoga, dancing, and long walks with a Steadicam on or a camera drone overhead. One might find David doing the splits over the meeting point of technology, artistry, and communication- breathing deeply.
Amanda Carmona - Production Designer
Amanda is a production designer/stylist residing in Brooklyn, NY. Since graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2014, she has become a prolific artist who leverages her talents in an array of creative fields. She has over twenty project credits as a stylist and/or designer to her name from the past two years alone. Those credits include the features, EDUCATION OF A NEGRO (2019) and THE PRICE FOR SILENCE (2017); the short films GAZE (2018), TROPHY BOY (2018), and LOUIE’S BROTHER PETER (2017); and several music videos. Her past commercial client roster also boasts Victoria’s Secret, Verizon Wireless, and the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Amanda’s latest project was VICTIM NO. 6, a 1970s-set feature on which she served as both the costume designer and production designer.
Lillie Rebecca McDonough - Composer
Lillie is a composer and songwriter for films, television, documentaries, video games, and other media. She scored RADIUM GIRLS, a feature film starring Joey King (THE ACT, FARGO) and Abbey Quinn (LANDLINE, BLACK MIRROR) that premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. She recently wrapped on LIBERTE: A CALL TO SPY, starring Stana Katic (TV's CASTLE, ABSENTIA). Lillie graduated from New York University with a Master’s degree in Music Theory and Composition and a concentration in Scoring for Film & Multimedia. She currently teaches film scoring there as an adjunct professor. A pianist, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist with a passion for unusual instruments, she blends live acoustic, orchestral, electronic, and sound design to fashion a unique sound for each project. She also performs with her indie folk band - The Long Run - and her synth pop girl band - ALMA.