An industry veteran, Scott Bloom has worked as a freelance editor on hundreds of Feature Documentaries, Sitcoms, Film Trailers and Reality Television episodes.
In 2005, Scott left the edit suite and stepped behind the camera as Producer and Director of the award winning documentaries, “Original Pride: The Satyrs Motorcycle Club”, “Call Me Troy” and “Out for the Long Run”.
Southern Knights, Scott’s first narrative feature film, is a project extremely dear to his heart and an intimate telling of tragedy and healing, entwined in the glory of New Orleans.
After receiving an MFA in Theatre from Columbia University School of the Arts, Myra performed extensively as an actress in both New York and in Regional theaters across the country.
As a director, she has staged over 100 theatrical productions; as an acting coach she has worked with award winning actors both in the US and Hong Kong. She is the author of the book The New Couple: Women and Gay Men, published by Playboy Press.
Since moving to Los Angeles, Myra has shown up on both the small and large screens and has kissed George Clooney (on ER), been kissed by Clint Eastwood (in Flags of Our Fathers) and, put Jerry and his friends in jail (on Seinfeld). Myra also created the role of Katherine Olsen on “Mad Men” for which she received a SAG Award for Best Ensemble Acting.
Considered the greatest diver in history, the four-time Olympic legend now adds the role of Producer to his long list of achievements. The author and activist is a crusader for all things positive and, human rights’ issues are at the top of this maverick’s initiatives.
Now, Greg lends his expertise and global awareness to the SK team so that collectively, they can level the playing ﬁeld and acquire the right mix of strategic partnerships.
Currently, Greg is a mentor for the US Olympic diving team, a judge for the Red Bull Cliff Diving Tour, a dog agility expert, and a motivational speaker. Greg is also the subject of the feature-length documentary ﬁlm, “Back on Board” and is a regular contributor to the Hufﬁngton Post.
Veteran digital producer and biz dev exec, Kelly boasts over 25 years of experience in entertainment and consumer products. With roots in music and fashion, Kelly’s used his combination of creativity and resourcefulness to produce and executive produce a plethora of award-winning digital initiatives for global institutions such as Motown, Technicolor, Sony, AT&T, King World Media, Disney, and Universal.
Kelly has had the honor of working with some of the world’s most renowned recording artists and has conceptualized as well as produced content and licensing campaigns for a host of noteworthy projects including clothing and accessories for Jimi Hendrix/Authentic Hendrix and the digital and mobile products and campaigns for American Idol, Beyonce, Todd Rundgren, D12/Eminem, Isaac Hayes, Virgin, Lily Tomlin, Kat Williams, and many more.
In 2011, Kelly co-founded KuKaZi and has gone on to develop and produce both documentary and narrative projects for film and television, and the myriad of ancillary related products and merchandising. His ability to strategically merge successful entertainment brands with ever-changing technical, media, and social environments is just one reason he continues to add to the top and bottom lines of iconic entertainment entities worldwide.
During graduate school at USC, Clay received both the Bush and Kodak Awards for Excellence in Cinematography, earning an ASC apprenticeship.
Since then, Clay has shot pilots for every major network, establishing the look of such series as “Life of Luxury with Robin Leach” (ABC), “Gene Simmons: Family Jewels” (A&E), “Rattlesnake Republic” (Animal Planet), and “Junk Gypsies”(HGTV).
In 2003, he formed Imaginaut Entertainment, producing and directing the award-winning series “Storyline Online,” featuring such talents as Elijah Wood, Betty White, James Earl Jones, and Al Gore. Through Imaginaut, Clay directed the award-winning documentary “Popatopolis” and “Mr. Twister,” a documentary short about an autistic young man, produced by Academy Award-winner Mark Harris.
Tannis was pretty much born in a trunk to actor/director/writer parents. She grew up in NYC working as a child actress in theatre, TV and ﬁlm then moved to Los Angeles where she became a child star on the successful ABC sitcom “Head of the Class.” After graduating from Stanford University, Tannis shifted her focus from acting to behind the scenes where she learned the art of casting from a master – Debra Zane. As an associate CD, Tannis collaborated with some of the most talented directors in the world including Spielberg, Soderbergh, Bill Condon, Sam Mendes and Ridley Scott. As a Casting Director, she cast NBC’s “1600 Penn” with Debra Zane and Shawn Ku’s Indie success, Beautiful Boy, with Ania O’Hare which went on to win the International Critics’ Award at the 2010 Toronto Film Festival. Upcoming releases include the supernatural thriller Friend Request, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them for which Tannis did the Los Angeles casting and Dude, Olivia Milch’s directorial debut.