Our paths crossed again back in 2017 and for me, it was a sign to tackle my first documentary and share Rick’s inspirational story with you.
Cate Celso (Director) – is a filmmaker based in San Francisco, CA. She has worked for several years in live-action and animation film production. Cate started writing and directing short films with some fellow co-workers and eventually joined indie film groups where she continues to contribute her skills. Currently, she is working on building her body of work as a Director. This is her first documentary and third short film.
Ashley Hirt (Producer) – Ashley Hirt is a Canadian born filmmaker living in Los Angeles. Her storytelling often reflects her mixed cultural roots of growing up in a Metis and Scottish family. Known for co-producing the feature film "Black Field" which has received numerous accolades including the Amazon Video Direct Award (2017) at the Sundance Film Festival (2017). Ashley’s work is usually female-driven content and supports Indigenous artists. She is an alumna of the National Screen Institute of Canada and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (London).
Sean Wells (Director of Photography) - Sean makes stuff and likes to help other people make stuff. He mostly works in the dark as a colorist but as Director of Photography on King of the Road, he's working with light.