the team

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mari walker

writer / director

Mari Walker has been working professionally since graduating Emerson College in 2008 with a BA in Film. She has written around 643 pages of material and edited thousands of hours of footage over the course of her career - their subjects have ranged from werewolves to internment camps to "Deliverance" to car races to blood portraits to being transgender.

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jordan t. parrot

cinematographer

Jordan was inspired to get his BA from the prestigious film program at Emerson College after watching Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West. He has since become a prolific narrative and commercial Director of Photography, whose work has played at film festivals worldwide.

katharine lee mcewan

Katharine Lee McEwan is an award-winning British actress, writer, producer and voice-over artist based in Los Angeles and New York. Katharine wrote, produced and starred in the feature-length British drama Solitary, which was released by Electric Entertainment in November 2016. During its festival run Solitary received sixteen awards, and was the opening night film of both the Chelsea Film Festival in New York and the London Independent Film Festival, where it won Best UK Feature. Described as “Spare, nuanced and painfully real” by award-winning journalist Karen Ocamb, Solitary explores themes of addiction, family dysfunction and culture of silence surrounding childhood abuse. Katharine soon followed up with Swim, a short film she produced and acted in, that follows Nicky, a young trans girl who finds freedom in a secret midnight swim. Swim won the audience award for Best Narrative Short at the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival.

In line with her mission to create “quality, hard-hitting, and issue-driven content,” Katharine is currently producing and starring in IRT: Traffick - a web series about a trio of Interpol agents tasked with solving the world’s most controversial crimes. In addition to her on-camera work, Katharine is also an award-winning narrator, having lent her voice to numerous titles spanning genres such as fiction, fantasy, and drama, and including works by New York Times best-selling authors Maeve Binchy and Paula McLain. Katharine is a proud member of The Road Theatre Company in Los Angeles.