Director
Keith Purvis
Director of Photography/Producer
Darryl Parham
Producer
Dan Rybicky
Public Relations/Producer
Heidi K. Pearson
Executive Producer
Brenda Robinson

Keith Purvis

Keith Purvis has worked as a film editor and motion designer for various videos and short films including Peep Game (2003), a film featured at the Black Hollywood Film Festival, and Reversal of Fortune (2004), one of the films selected for the Russell Simmons Def Filmmaker Competition. Starting as an art director and working with high profile clients including YRB Magazine, Whirlpool, Nike and the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Keith began looking for ways to merge his love of filmmaking with new media.

Darryl Parham

With over 20 years of experience behind the lens, Darryl has made a commitment to producing visual solutions that meet the creative and technical demands of a diverse clientele. Having the ability to move from behind the camera to the role of a producer has allowed him the unique perspective of being able to tell a captivating story from concept to completion. His projects have given him extensive national and international experience, providing him the necessary skills to adapt to a variety of situations and work with people of various cutlures.

Dan Rybicky

Dan Rybicky is an award-winning filmmaker and tenured professor in the Cinema and Television Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago. He produced and co-directed ITVS/Kartemquin Films' critically-acclaimed feature documentary Almost There, which screened at over thirty festivals before being distributed theatrically, digitally, and on public television in 2016.

Heidi K. Pearson

Heidi Pearson is a 16 year veteran of Public Relations Strategy and content creation. Heidi has crafted branded entertainment and consumer engagement campaigns while consulting for Chicago’s top public relations firms, including Edelman, Weber Shandwick and Ketchum PR. Heidi combined her love for storytelling and photography with her expertise in PR strategy.

Brenda Robinson

Brenda Robinson is an entertainment attorney whose practice focuses on intellectual property and entertainment matters on behalf of clients in the music, film and television industries. Brenda is a graduate of the University of Michigan and obtained a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a certificate in Business & Public Policy from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School.