CHRISTINE O'MALLEY has been working on documentaries for film and television as a writer and producer for over 10 years. In 2004 Christine served as Associate Producer on the Academy Award nominated documentary film Enron: The Smartest Guys In The RoomWordplay, the first feature length film she has produced and co-wrote through her production company O’Malley Creadon Productions, was nominated for both a Critics’ Choice Award and a National Board of Review Award for “Best Documentary of 2006.” I.O.U.S.A., O’Malley & Creadon’s second documentary, had its world premiere at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival in the American Documentary Competition. Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times called it “the most unexpectedly frightening film at Sundance.” In 2010 O’Malley served as a producer on The Big Uneasy, Harry Shearer’s documentary that tells the true story of why New Orleans flooded in 2005.  Recently, she produced These Amazing Shadows, a documentary about the National Film Registry that premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and is being distributed by IFC Films.  She executive produced the documentary Superheroes, the award winning film that sheds light on the Real Life Superhero movement.  The film debuted at the 2011 Slamdance Film Festival and premiered on HBO as part of the summer documentary series. 







PATRICK CREADON was born in Chicago and is a 1989 graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and earned his Master's Degree in Cinematography at the American Film Institute. He began his career as one of the youngest cameramen in the history of PBS, shooting and producing cinema-verite style stories for the critically acclaimed series The 90s. In 2006, his directorial debut, Wordplay was the breakout hit at the Sundance Film Festival. His follow-up film, I.O.U.S.A., also premiered at Sundance and was shortlisted for the Academy Awards. Patrick has served on several film festival juries including Sudance Film Festival, the LA Film Festival, and the Ashland Film Festival. In 2011, he debuted as a television director on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.











THEODORE JAMES was born and raised in Wapakoneta, Ohio. He attended both Wright State and Ohio State Universities Film programs. In 2004 he moved to Los Angeles and started working on non-fiction productions. In 2005 he teamed up with Patrick Creadon and Christine O’Malley on the release of Wordplay. He served as associate producer on I.O.U.S.A.and served as producer on Square Roots: The Story of SpongeBob SquarePants for Nickelodeon and I.O.U.S.A.: Solutions for CNN. In 2011, his film, Superheroes premiered at Slamdance Film Festival to sold-out crowds.





DOUG BLUSH has edited numerous award-winning films, including the recent SXSW festival hit, Some Assembly Required, and the theatrically released documentaries, Wordplay, I.O.U.S.A., Outrage and Freakonomics. He has worked on a range of documentaries as an editor, cameraman and director, and runs MadPix, a production and postproduction company in Los Angeles.






BRIAN OAKES founded Brian Oakes Design in New York. Brian designed the titling and motion graphics for the critically acclaimed documentary, Wordplay. He followed up with designing the graphics for the PBS program, The Botany of Desire; Comedy Central’sImportant Things with Demetri Martin and Patrick Creadon’s theatrically released documentary, I.O.U.S.A..






ALEX CALLEROS received his B.A. in Film & Digital Media Production at University of California, Santa Cruz. After graduation he moved to Los Angeles where he has established himself as an editor for music videos, television and feature films. His credits include the documentaries Square Roots: The Story of SpongeBob SquarePants and Dumbstruck. He recently wrote, produced and directed the short film, Day 1000.




PETER GOLUB co-composed, with James Newton Howard, the music for The Great Debaters, directed by Denzel Washington and starring Mr. Washington and Forest Whitaker. He scored Frozen River, directed by Courtney Hunt; winner of the Jury Award for Best Film at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. He has composed music for the documentaries Wordplay and I.O.U.S.A., which were both shown at the Sundance Film Festival.





DANIEL J. CLARK was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. He studied Music Engineering Technology at Ball State University, and he received his Master's Degree from Syracuse University's Newhouse School in Television, Radio, & Film. There, he wrote a television series that won the College Television Award (Academy of TV Arts & Sciences) for Best Narrative Series. Daniel serves as an associate producer, sound mixer, and editor.





NICK ANDERT was born and raised in Fort Wayne, IN. He studied Film, Television, and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame, where he served as the executive director of the student television station NDtv for over three years. He currently serves as an editor.






JOHN KESSLER was born and raised in Northwest Indiana. He studied Film and Video Studies at Purdue University, and in 2011 was offered an internship with O'Malley Creadon Productions. During the production of "If You Build It" he worked as an associate producer. He currently works in commercial and web content production. 






ALLIE TARANTINO was born and raised in Southern California, and studied History, Communication, and Women's Studies at San Diego State University. She serves as an associate producer.








DAN MOORE hails from Chicago and graduated from Notre Dame with degrees in Film and English. His short documentary THE ELECT premiered at the 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival and screened at several festivals around the country. He serves as an editor at OCP.