AYMAE SULICK – Producer,

Director of Photography

Aymae Sulick is an award-winning cinematographer of documentary films, including Living by Instinct: Animals and their Rescuers and The Size of It. She has shot documentary and narrative film and television that screened on networks such as PBS, CBS, ABC, A&E, Bravo, ESPN, Animal Planet, and The Travel Channel, as well as in numerous festivals. In addition to her shooting responsibilities for HouseQuake, she coordinated and supervised over 20 cinematographers across the country that shot for the film on election night.

KAREN ELIZABETH PRICE – Producer, Director

Karen Price is a North Carolina-raised filmmaker based in Los Angeles. She directed the documentary Living by Instinct: Animals and their Rescuers, which was broadcast on PBS and won several national awards. She has directed, produced, and written for documentaries and shows appearing nationally and internationally on Discovery Health Channel, The Travel Channel, Animal Planet, and Lifetime. Previously she worked on Capitol Hill, serving as press aide to a U.S. senator and congressman.

ADAM KING - Sound Editor/Re-Recording Mixer

Adam Parrish King received his MFA in film production from the

University of Southern California, and since has been working in Los Angeles as a sound editor and re-recording mixer for television and film. His work has played on TV networks and at film festivals around the world, including the Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Los Angeles, and Berlin Film Festivals, and at the Getty Center in Los Angeles.

JILL ASKE - Producer

Jill Aske has produced and directed documentaries on subjects such as cross-cultural media perceptions and relationships between gender and learning. Aske has produced films and projects for The Annenberg Foundation Trust, AOL Time Warner, Brian Grazer, Lucasfilm, the Sinatra family, Chris Terrio, David Wolper, and Robert Zemeckis. She recently completed a series of web documentaries for the USC School of Cinematic Arts.


Julie Janata is a veteran editor with years of experience editing acclaimed feature films. She co-produced and edited the award-winning rock-umentary Mayor of the Sunset Strip. Her editing credits also include acclaimed films such as Bigger, Stronger, Faster*; Getting To Know You; Dreamland; the Emmy-nominated A Soldier’s Sweetheart, and Beyond the Call of Duty.  She has worked on Oscar- and Emmy- winning projects including Heat, The Ghost and The Darkness, French Kiss, Bad Boys, The Jackal, Disclosure, A Little Mermaid, Lonesome Dove, and Moonlighting.

MICHAEL PRICE - Songwriter

Michael Price is a psychologist at Brunel University in London and a guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Previously he composed the soundtracks for the short fiction films gone and You're My Congressman and for the short documentary The Mythmaker.

KEVIN BURKE - Sound Editor/Re-Recording Mixer

With a Master’s Degree in filmmaking from the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television, Kevin has been a sound designer and mixer for nearly ten years, working in all aspects of the craft. His work can be heard in feature films such as Chicken Little for Disney, Final Cut with Robin Williams, and the graffiti documentary Infamy. On television, Kevin has mixed such shows as American Chopper for Discovery, Big Medicine for TLC, and Threat Matrix on ABC. Kevin’s clients include Universal, 20th Century Fox, Warner Home Video, Disney Channel, and ABC Family.

        YANA GORSKAYA - Consulting Editor

Yana Gorskaya edited the Oscar-nominated Spellbound, which follows eight children on their way to the National Spelling Bee. Other documentaries include In the Name of Love, produced by Sydney Pollack, Seeds, and Sonny Boy. Additional credits include the dark comedy Rocket Science for HBO films and Picturehouse and Eagle Vs. Shark for Miramax, both Sundance Film Festival premieres. The Miramax production Smart People, with Dennis Quaid and Sarah Jessica Parker, premiered at the 2008 Sundance festival and was released in theaters.


A two-time Emmy Award winning editor, Jason Rosenfield’s work includes the Oscar nominated documentary Blues Highway and, for television, R.J. Cutler’s American High and Bill Guttentag’s Law & Order: Crime & Punishment. His collaborations have resulted in multiple Emmy nominations, two R.F. Kennedy Awards, a DGA Award, W.C. Handy Award and a Peabody Award.

BRYAN DONNELL - Director of Photography

Bryan Donnell has served as Director of Photography on a number of films both documentary and narrative, including Bean Cake, which won the Palme d'Or at Cannes, and Wait Means Never, which won Best Cinematography at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival. Recent projects Bryan has shot include a feature for National Geographic; the beginnings of a documentary about the Elders, a group that includes Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, and Jimmy Carter; and numerous episodes of A&E's series Intervention.

DAN RAZIEL - Composer

Dan Raziel is a Los Angeles based composer, guitarist and music editor. Born in London, England and raised in London and Toronto, Canada, his work has encompassed everything from multimedia to contemporary

orchestral music. A graduate of the Berklee College of Music, Dan's professional accomplishments

include awards for commercial

music (Pepsi & Seaworld),

composing recent independent

films Salvation, Texas and

Rock, Paper, Scissors, and

music editing the last 6

seasons on the CBS hit

Without A Trace.