JASON ROBERT WINFIELD
VINCENT LIN writer/director
Vincent Lin is an award winning Taiwanese American filmmaker and founder of Mints in Tin Pictures. He is a graduate of New York University and has worked on productions with IFC Films, Dreamworks SKG, @radical media, CTV Inc. (Taiwan), and SMUGGLER, Inc.
His previous works include, 364 Cranes and A Long Way Home, which have screened internationally at numerous festivals. Vincent currently works in commercial production at a New York City advertising agency, Octopus Creative Group.
CALEB MEDDERS producer
Caleb Medders graduated from New York University's undergraduate film program at Tisch School of the Arts. After graduation, he worked as an associate producer for Viewfinder Productions, Inc., an independent production company in New York City. With Viewfinder, he helped produce several documentaries for networks such as PBS and A&E. Since 2006, Caleb has been working as an associate producer for NBC News on an educational website. He has a strong interest in history and film and is currently writing his second feature-length screenplay.
MATTHEW D'AMATO producer / production design
Matthew is currently working at the production company, SMUGGLER, Inc. in New York City as a visual researcher / designer. He graduated with a bachelor degrees in digital art & design and film from Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida. He was born and raised in NYC and has studied fine arts at Fiorello H. Laguardia High School and The School of Visual Arts. Matthew had his first art gallery at the age of 17 and is currently published in Portfolio Creation by Triesta Hall. He has worked in the art department on productions for Coke, Wal-Mart, V8, and IKEA. His documentary Gibtown: A Dying History was an official selection of the Hell's Half Mile Film & Music Festival. www.matthewdamato.com