Dr. Jirayuth Chusanachoti
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Mr. Brendan Foley
Corporate Advisor

Mr. Oliver Thompson
Project Co-ordinator

Mr. Kraipit Pornpiboon
Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

Ms. Pornsinee Chalermrattawongz
Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)

Ms. Kanyapat Ariyavararom
PR and Events Director

Mr. Thammawit Ariyavraromp
Activity Director

Ms. Malivorn Tianpothong
Marketing Team

Ms. Salinun  Sriampai
Marketing Team

Sage Capital
Financial Advisor

Mr. Jerry Beck
Executive Advisor

Mr. Brendan Foley
Script Writer

Mr. Earl Kress
Script Writer

Mr. Jacob Sager Weinstein
Script Writer

Mr. Doug Molitor
Script Writer

Mr. Arthur Tiersky
Script Writer

Mr. George Hull
Script Writer

Ms. Shelly Goldstein
Story Editor/Script Writer/and Lyricist

Mr. Phil Weinstein
Project Advisor

Mr. Walt Kubiak
Project Advisor

Mr. Gary Selvaggio
Script Writer

Mr. Stuart Brayson
Music Composer/Lyricist

Mr. David Kwok
Animation Producer

Mr. Gerard Salonga
Music Producer

Mr. Mike Murphy
Project Advisor

Ms. Lea Salonga
Singer

Mr. Jeffrey Scott
Script Writer

Mr. Dean Chisnall
Singer

Mr. Kaiwan Kulavadhanothai
Music Score

Ramindra Sound Recording Studios
Foley and Sound Mix

 
Dr. Jirayuth Chusanachoti

Dr. Jirayuth, known as Tan, the man behind Shelldon’s success, is a doctoral degree in Finance and Economics with several academic awards. Following his doctoral graduation, he became a Managing Director at Shellhut Co., Ltd., a shellcraft manufacturing and exporting company located in BKK, Thailand. The family-led company was established in 2000 to build on their shared passion for the sea and the creatures that live in and around it. From the starting point of working at Shellhut, Tan decided he wanted to do something out of the ordinary to encourage interest in sealife. He came up with the concept of animation involving seashells. It took years of research and development before he was satisfied that what he had was different and special enough to build into a world of seashell animation and cartoons.


 
Brendan Foley

Brendan Foley is a writer, producer and director. His work in the U.K. and America includes writing and producing JOHNNY WAS, a feature film action thriller starring Vinnie Jones, Eriq La Salle, Lennox Lewis, Roger Daltrey and Patrick Bergin. The film received five Best Feature awards from film festivals in USA, Canada and Europe. Brendan then wrote, produced and directed THE RIDDLE, a $5 million mystery thriller starring Derek Jacobi, Vinnie Jones and Vanessa Redgrave, filmed on location in London. Most recently, he wrote, directed and produced BOG BODIES, a satirical horror film set in Ireland). He has also written books for US and UK publishers including WWII best-seller UNDER THE WIRE. The book tells the wartime adventures of prisoner-of-war escape hero William Ash, the real-life ‘cooler king’ from Great Escape camp Stalag Luft III. Previously, his journalistic work included international feature assignments in 55 countries worldwide, covering people, business and war ranging from Alaskan oil spills to bomb-disposal in Angola. His work also won journalism awards from UK Press Gazette, PR Week and Communicators in Business.


 
Oliver Thompson

Oliver is a filmmaker from the UK. He has developed and worked on a whole range of projects in Europe and Asia.  Oliver’s diverse experience includes work on feature films, TV shows, corporate video productions, short films and art installations.

Oliver has worked in production since graduating from Norwich School of Art and Design.  He has freelanced for many clients from all over the world including Shellhut Entertainment, HBO, National Geographic and Fox News.  This diverse production background has allowed Oliver to develop a strong creative and professional work ethic, where quality and imagination are of key importance. 

Oliver’s key skills include; Creative concept development, Script writing and Filmmaking.  He is currently working on a number of project’s, while continuing to develop his own Features, TV shows and creative properties.


 
Kraipit Pornpiboon

Kraipit, also known as "Kyle", is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) with interests in developing captivating digital products by deploying innovative multimedia technologies. He also functions as the Deputy Managing Director putting the company on the growth path by managing the company's financial, product development, investment and marketing.

With his training in finance and economics, acute international markets awareness and having worked for Multinational Companies (MNCs) such as IBM and Oracle in Business Development positions, he is valued by his peers and investors for his management and business development capabilties.

He holds two Master degrees from USA. He obtained his first Master with Master of Business Adminstration (M.B.A.) from Cleveland State University, Ohio USA after graduating from Kasetsart University, Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineer. His second Master degree is Master of Science in Finance & Economics after awarded the prestige Dean Scholarship from West Texas A&M University, Texas USA.

He is extremely passionate & confident about Shellhut Entertainment's future prospect. He will apply his versatility, innovative drive and integrity to develop long lasting, socially responsible, and loveable digital products.


 
Malivorn Tianpothong

Having started business in partnership with a friend while studying at Abac University, Malivorn Tianpothong, International Marketing and Sale Director of Vithita Animation, has been at the forefront, leading the local animation industry into the international markets.

After graduation, she found herself in Aprica and Chicco Baby Strollers at International Cosmetic as a product manager, and joining Adams Co., Ltd. Affiliated company of Warner-Lambert Co., Ltd. running Halls, Hall Plus and Chiclets for Thailand before joining Columbia Tristar Buena Vista (Thailand) as a Sr. Marketing Manager to promote all the Disney’s, TouchStones Pictures’, Hollywood Pictures’ and Miramax’s featured movies in the Thai market since the established day.  Such films as Mulan, Tarzan, Toy Story2, A Bug’s Life, Fantasia 2000 from Disney, and Armageddon, Con Air, Face Off, Air Force One, The Sixth Sense from TouchStone Pictures.

Presently she is the International Marketing and Sale Director of Vithita Animation and also the Managing Director of Macho Biz, distributing and promoting the locally made publications right of Banlue Group, animation TV series and related license of Vithita Animation such as PangPond, the Three Kingdom, and Ramakien. A 3D version of Pangpond has very well been accepted in Hong Kong and China. The company also takes care of licensing and broadcasting management of other local animation companies. Her firm is in talks to supply 3D animation and home entertainment to Italy, the United States, Singapore and Korea.


 
Salinun Sriampai

Salinun has been Managing Director of Event House since 2003, a marketing event consultant and organizer. With her experience in character marketing events, she has been doing events for many character licensing companies like Disney, Warner Bros., Vithita Animation, T.I.G.A. She is currently responsible for developing marketing events and consulting marketing, PR, and character licensing management for many leading companies.

Before Event House, she joined The Walt Disney Company and Fun Characters Intl. (Thailand) in 2001-2003. During that time, she undertook many of Disney’s retail events initiatives and marketing planning and execution for Disney Consumer Product in Thailand and Malaysia.

Prior to her journey at Disney, Salinun was a Marketing & Event Manager of Plan Publishing, and was responsible for both marketing plan for no.1 mother’s magazine, Rakluke Magazine as well as events for key accounts such as Nestle, Procter & Gamble, and Beiersdorf.


 
Xanxana Ratanopas

Ms. Xanxana Ratanopas, known as Shana, is an experienced Financial Consultant with international and local working background. Ms. Ratanopas, highly emphasized on investment banking under licenses given by SET and SEC with more than seven (7) years of her career serving in the Investment Banking Industry, has provided financial advisory services for more than sixty (60) corporations in South East Asia, including Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Cambodia, and Laos, as well as provided consultancy services for more than five (5) Thai state owned enterprises from which she also gained experiences in raising finance up to US$ 150 million for each project.


 
Jerry Beck

Jerry Beck is an animation historian and cartoon producer. His twelve books on the subject include The Animated Movie Guide, Looney Tunes: The Ultimate Visual Guide and The 50 Greatest Cartoons. He is a former studio exec with Nickelodeon and Disney, and is currently a consulting producer to Warner Bros., Universal and Disney for their classic animation dvd compilations. Beck has programmed retrospectives for the Annecy and Ottawa Animation Festivals, The Museum of Modern Art and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. He has taught animation history at NYU, SVA, the AFI and UCLA. He is the host/producer of the annual “Worst Cartoons Ever” screening at the Comic-Con International: San Diego.

Beck started his career in film distribution, working at MGM/UA, Orion Classics, Cannon Films and Expanded Entertainment (Tournee of Animation), before starting his own company, Streamline Pictures in 1989, the first U.S. distributor to import anime features such as Otomo’s Akira and Miyazaki’s Laputa: Castle In The Sky. Beck was instrumental in launching Animation Magazine, and has written for The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. Beck was also the West Coast Bureau Chief for Kidscreen magazine in 2000. He has also created, written and produced animated films for various clients. His latest animation project, Hornswiggle, will air on Nickelodeon in 2007.


 
EARL KRESS

EARL KRESS (Writer) owes his success to hard work, a good heart and clean socks.  He has written for many television series including "Steven Spielberg Presents Tiny Toon Adventures", "Back to the Future", "Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs", "Steven Spielberg Presents Pinky and the Brain", "Disney's Kim Possible", "Dave the Barbarian" "Brandy and Mr. Whiskers" and "The X's".  Kress was a contributing writer on the feature length Animaniacs movie, "Wakko's Wish", nominated for a 2000 Annie Award.  He has written on two seasons of the preschool show "Baby Looney Tunes" and "Krypto, the Superdog", the internet cartoon "The Kellys", as well as Looney Tunes, Scooby Doo! and Bart Simpson comic books and an Animaniacs video game.  Most recently, he had the opportunity to write some brand-new Tom and Jerry shorts for the series titled "Tom and Jerry Tales" and is currently writing for Season 2 of "Monster Allergy" to which he also contributed scripts for Season 1 now running on Kids WB, all new "Care Bears" and "Sushi Pack".

For theatrical release, Kress wrote a Looney Tunes short, "Little Go Beep" starring the Road Runner and Coyote which took top honors in the 33rd Annual Worldfest Houston International Film Festival, winning the Gold Special Jury Award in the Short Subject/Film and Video Category and was nominated for the 2000 Annie Award.  He won the 2000 Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Animated Program and the 1999 Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program - Special Class.  Kress also received the 1998 Annie Award and 1999 Prism Award, all for writing on "Pinky and the Brain".  He has captured a total of six Emmy nominations.

In addition, Kress has provided voices for some of Hanna-Barbera's classic characters originally created by Daws Butler, including Quick Draw McGraw, Hokey Wolf, Snagglepuss and Super Snooper and has produced, directed and written record albums starring these and other H-B favorites like "The Flintstones".  He also occasionally appears on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.

Kress was a contributor, both on and off-camera, for the DVD releases of "Top Cat", "The Wacky Races", "The Flintstones" (Seasons 2, 4 &5), "Tom and Jerry" (Volumes 1 & 2), "Huckleberry Hound" (Season 1), and "Yogi Bear – The Complete Series".

He has served on the Writers Guild's Animation Writers Caucus Steering Committee since its inception over 10 years ago and is the current Vice President of The Animation Guild.


 
Jacob Sager Weinstein

Jacob Sager Weinstein was nominated for two Writers Guild of America Awards, and won one, for his work as a staff writer on HBO's Emmy-winning Dennis Miller Live. Since moving to London, he has sold a pilot script to the BBC, and written a feature script for Oscar-winning Hungarian director Istvan Szabo. His print work includes contributions to "The Onion" and "McSweeney's." He is also the co-author of the "Government Manual" series-- three humor books published by Andrews McMeel, all of which have gone into multiple printings. There are currently 70,000 "Government Manual" books in print.


 
Doug Molitor

Doug Molitor has written dozens of TV shows from sitcom to sci-fi, crime drama to cartoon, fantasy to Western, including Sledge Hammer!, Sliders, Adventure Inc., F/X The Series, You Can't Take It With You, Young Hercules, Police Academy, Sinbad, Lucky Luke, Happily Ever After, X-Men, Carmen Sandiego, Stargate Infinity, Beetlejuice, Sabrina and Captain Planet. He's won two Environmental Media Awards, the Carl Sautter Award, Scriptapalooza, and the prestigious Warner Brothers Writers Workshop; he has been a Daytime Emmy, Cable Ace, and Humanitas Prize nominee, and his novel Memoirs of a Time Traveler was finalist in the 2007 Backspace Writers Conference contest. Among the stars he's written for: John Candy, James Coburn, Danny DeVito, Jack Elam, Whoopi Goldberg, Ryan Gosling, Phil Hartmann, Nathan Lane, Andrea Martin, Harry Morgan, Carrie-Anne Moss, Rita Moreno, Dudley Moore, Jerry O'Connell, David Hyde Pierce, John Ratzenberger, Keanu Reeves, Roseanne Barr, Meg Ryan, Fred Savage, Martin Sheen, Sting, George Takei and Abe Vigoda.


 
Arthur Tiersky

Arthur Tiersky grew up in the Chicago area, and shortly after receiving graduating from Oberlin College, he headed out to Los Angeles in pursuit of a screenwriting career. He currently has two projects in development, “Fist in the Eye” and “The Second Best Man”, both independent romantic comedies. Many other projects of his have been under option, including “Change”, which Dan Petrie, Jr. (“Toy Soldiers”, “In the Army Now”) was attached to direct and Deborah Unger (“Crash”, “The Game”) to star, and he has done feature rewrites for a number of projects, including for Disney (“Glam”) and Janus Films (“Junksquad”). Additionally, “Good Cop, Bad Cop” (2005), a short film he wrote, was well-received at numerous film festivals; the film starred top character actors Kurt Fuller (“Wayne’s World”), Kevin Cooney (“Primary Colors”) and Brent Briscoe (“A Simple Plan”). His work has been read onstage by such notable actors as Radha Mitchell (“Melinda and Melinda”), Joel Edgerton (“King Arthur”) and Blake Lindsley (“Starship Troopers”). He also wrote national commercials for Get-a-Grips, short animated satirical skits and songs for the website Snide.TV, and sardonic holiday E-cards for www.rattlebox.com


 
George Hull

George Hull is a film production artist who recently completed work on the science fiction epic the MATRIX RELOADED and MATRIX REVOLUTIONS. His unique role spanned the initial design phase as a conceptual illustrator, through the final days of post production as a Senior Visual Effects Art Director. His artistic talent for strong visual design can be seen in films as varied as the MATRIX sequels to Pixar's FINDING NEMO.

Born in India and raised in the U.S., George started his creative path with a BSA Degree in Industrial Design. After receiving the 1993 Best of Show Award from the Industrial Design Society of America, his career started as a conceptual vehicle designer for Chrysler and Ford Motors. George's dreams for film design became reality when Lucasfilm's ILM took notice of his talent and offered him a position on their creative team.

From 1994 to 1999 George moved quickly to becoming one of ILM's lead Visual Effects Art Directors. His work spans over 15 films including JURASSIC PARK: THE LOST WORLD, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE and the special editions of STAR WARS, THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, and RETURN OF THE JEDI. As concept and storyboard artist, his portfolio includes STAR TREK GENERATIONS, TWISTER and the Oscar winning FOREST GUMP.

In 2000, the visionary Matrix directors hired George to help realize their mythological and futuristic world. This grand undertaking spanned 4 years as George became an integral part of the film's visual development team. After completing pre-production, he followed up as Visual Effects Art Director at ESC Entertainment. Painting highly detailed keyframes for hundreds of shots, Hull's art direction served as valuable guides for composition, color and lighting. His contributions include initial shot layouts, art directing miniature model construction and lighting, all the way through the digital cinematography of final shots.

George's unique abilities in drawing and painting and his technical experience in special effects have helped create some of Hollywood's most creative achievements. His work has been published in 5 "Art of" books including the anticipated "Art of The Matrix Reloaded" and "Art of The Matrix Revolutions".  George’s website is www.ghull.com


 
Davy Liu

Davy Liu founder of the Kendu Films has received international acclaim for his paintings and illustrations which have graced the pages of Time magazine, the Wall Street Journal and many other publications.  Immigrating to the U.S. from Taiwan at the age of thirteen, Davy went on to graduate from the Ringling School of Art and Design in Florida.  Shortly thereafter, he was recruited by Disney Animation where he worked on such films as BEAUTY & THE BEAST, ALADDIN, THE LION KING and MULAN.  He has also worked for George Lucas’s Industrial Light and Magic and Warner Bros. Feature Animation.  His recent release of his book The Giant Leaf is currently on going to be made to a feature animated film,  Davy has a studio and gallery in Laguna Beach where he lives with his wife, Joan and daughter, Sabrina. Davy’s website is www.kendufilms.com


 
Byron Mann

Byron Mann Born in Hong Kong and raised there and in the Los Angeles area, Byron Mann first came to the attention of US audiences with an appearance as a gifted student interviewed by "Murphy Brown" in 1993. The following year, the handsome actor appeared as a fist-flinging hustler opposite Jean-Claude Van Damme in "Street Fighter" (1994) and in two direct-to-video releases, Fred Olen Ray's "Possessed by the Night" and "Deadly Target/Fire Zone". Mann went on to appear an aristocratic killer alongside Rae Dawn Chong in "Crying Freeman" (1996). He has also made appearances on the syndicated series "Time Trax" and on CBS' "Murder, She Wrote", Belly of the Beast, Catwoman, Sniper 3, The Counting House, The Shanghai Kid, and Dragon Boys.


 
Alan Cassidy

Alan Cassidy has spent over 25 years in Hollywood as a producer and writer on thirty series including “The Incredible Hulk”, “The A-Team”, “Hunter”, “Wiseguy”, “The Commish”, “Magnum, P.I., “Riptide,” and “Hardcastle & McCormick,” several television pilots and national commercials.  He directed for “Silk Stalkings” on USA cable and has written for TV Guide and other periodicals.   He has worked for Universal Studios, 20th Century Fox, and Stephen J. Cannell Productions and was Associate Producer on the Oscar-winning feature-length rodeo documentary, “The Great American Cowboy”.  He has been a long-standing member of the Writers Guild of America (West), the Producers Guild of America, and the Screen Actors Guild (having appeared on several television series including “LA Law”, “Scene of the Crime”, “Hunter” and done voice-over work for American TV networks.   He’s a graduate of Brigham Young University in Utah, was born in  Connecticut, and served four years in the U.S. Navy.   Currently, he’s writing his first novel.


 
Shelly Goldstein

SHELLY GOLDSTEIN (Writer, Executive Story Editor and Lyricist for SHELLDON) Shelly has written for every genre of television, film, animation and stage. She has written screenplays, teleplays, special material, song lyrics and librettos for such artists as Steve Martin, Sharon Stone, Whoopi Goldberg, Liza Minnelli, Paula Abdul, Cybill Shepherd, Eva Longoria, Paul Newman & Robert Redford, Morgan Freeman, James Earl Jones, Donald Trump, Yoko Ono, and George Lucas. Her one-woman cabaret shows have played to record-setting crowds in the US and UK. She co-starred in the UK films, THE RIDDLE and BOG BODIES and sang the voice of "Hillary Clinton" in the SnideTV comic music video, "Obama on the Run". Animation writing credits include Disney's JOJO'S CIRCUS, PBS' Award winning, WIMZIE'S HOUSE and a polish on the Amblin/Universal feature, BALTO, produced by Steven Spielberg. She wrote the book for the musical, LAST DANCE which recently workshopped on Broadway.


 
Phil Weinstein

Phil Weinstein has worked in cartoon animation for the past 16 years.  Recently, Phil directed Hellboy: Sword of Storms for IDT, produced and directed the direct-to-videos Balto Wolf Quest and Balto Wings of Change for Universal, served as supervising director on

Dragon Tales for Sony, and directed 26 episodes of the Hercules TV series for Walt Disney Studios.  Phil also directed on The Adventures of Jackie Chan for Sony Animation.  Phil won an Emmy award for his storyboard on Boo to you too Winnie The Pooh, and won the Humanitas prize for producing Balto Wolf Quest.   Phil is currently directing 17 episodes and two direct to videos of the BRATZ computer animated series for Mike Young Productions.


 
Stuart Brayson

STUART BRAYSON-SONGWRITER Stuart is a versatile and melodic composer who has written many original musicals both words and music. These include a satire on rock and roll excess, THE BOY WHO WANTED MORE. The colourful and dramatic life story of dancer/spy Mata Hari who was shot for espionage in 1917, MATA! And a new work based in Hawaii in 1941, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY. He has also written songs for film and television.

Stuart is very excited to be a small part of the highly creative team at ‘Shellhut’ and personally feels that ‘Shelldon’ has all the ingredients to be a big hit with children and adults alike.


 
David Kwok

David Kwok: CEO / Line Producer - As founder and Chairman of Tiny Island Productions strategic partner – the Singapore Animators Connections (SAC) since 1998. Over the last 7 years, David has successfully managed productions of both short and long-form animations for local and international clients. David is also responsible for the drive for the development of SAC expertise in the areas of production pipeline planning, production skills development, manpower resource development and critical business knowledge. He continues to work in close collaboration with various government agencies, educational institutions and industry players to promote the Singapore 3D animation industry.


 
Gerard Salonga

Gerard Salonga started playing the piano at age 5. Since then he has worked as musical director, arranger, conductor, and record producer for artists such as Lea Salonga, Martin Nievera, Regine Velasquez, Gary Valenciano, and Lani Misalucha. At 22 he started his orchestral conducting career, and conducted the Manila Philharmonic and Philippine Philharmonic Orchestras, among others. He is a three-time recipient of the Aliw Award for Best Musical Director. In 2004 and 2005 he arranged and produced The Filipino Channel’s station IDs, both of which won the Promax World Silver Award in New York (Best Use of Music/Post Score with or without lyrics). His most recent honor came last year with the Awit Award for Best Musical Arrangement.

In 2005 he conducted Carmel House’s in-house recording ensemble, the Global Studio Orchestra, on the score and arranged songs for the animated motion picture “Tugger”, starring Jim Belushi, which is playing in theaters through the U.S. 

In 2006, he and the orchestra have embarked on a series of CD’s entitled Musika Natin, a collection celebrating the genius of Filipino musical artists. Future projects include more recordings and film scores with the orchestra, and several albums for prominent recording artists. 

Gerard received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the Ateneo de Manila University in 1994, and in 1998 graduated summa cum laude from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. That year he also received Berklee’s Contemporary Writing and Production Achievement Award.


 
Mike Murphy

Mike was born on January 29th, 1975 in the quiet yuppie town of Los Gatos, California. As a kid he’d put on puppet shows for the neighbors and delight in breaking his father’s video camera while making films. This eventually bored him, because being that it was only 1985 and all, editing and sound mixing were not something he had access to…so he put the camera aside. As he got older, he started to make films on his compute, using really primitive animation technology to tell his stories. This led to his applying to California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) at the age of 17.

Needless to say, his parents weren’t too thrilled to have their only son quit high school and run off to college in Hollywood. But run he did. During his college years (spent one year doing illustration at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena) he made more films. Immediately before graduation, Mike had the good fortune to see an early screening of Toy Story. He realized that CG animation was the wave of the future and promptly got a job on The Iron Giant. He’s been doing CG animation ever since.  During that time he traveled down to New Zealand to animate Gollum on Lord of the Rings. While in Wellington he utilized the LOTR crew to shoot his own short films. He also applied the effects knowledge he learned there to his shorts and it was like grad school! He is currently developing some features.


 
Lea Salonga

Lea Salonga is a Tony, Laurence Olivier, Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle and Theatre World Award-winning Filipino singer and actress who is best known for her portrayal of Kim in the musical Miss Saigon. In the field of musical theater, no other Filipino has achieved the same international recognition as Salonga. On Broadway, she has played both Eponine and Fantine in Les Miserables, and Mei-li in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Flower Drum Song.

Following her initial stint in Les Miz, she performed the song "A Whole New World" (of Disney's Aladdin) at the 65th Annual Academy Awards, where the song won an Oscar. (Salonga sang the song in the movie as the singing voice of Princess Jasmine.) In the same year she released her self-titled international debut album with Atlantic Records, which went platinum in the Philippines and sold 3 million copies worldwide.

Lea also appeared as the singing voice of Mulan for the Walt Disney animated film Mulan. Moreover, BMG Records (Pilipinas) released her album called "In Love" which reached quintuple platinum in the Philippines.

Most recently, Lea released “Inspired”, her first studio album in 7 years.  The album has just been certified platinum.


 
Dean Chisnall

Dean Chisnall Swing Dean graduated from Arts Educational School of Musical Theatre and immediately joined the cast of The Woman in White at the Palace Theatre where he understudied and played the leading role of Walter Hartwright. He has recently performed his first professional concert at St Saviour's Church in Knightsbridge.


 
Walt Kubiak

Walt Kubiak began his career over 25 years ago and has since provided product for every major U.S. television network and international clients from London and Paris to Seoul, Korea. He has served on the staff of most major U.S. animation studios and has been instrumental in the creation, design and development of many well known and commercially successful animated products. He is perhaps best known as Supervising Producer of the mega-hit TV series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at Fred Wolf Films and as Producer of The Smurfs, both of which received Emmy Award nominations.

Aside from producing all of Fred Wolf Films projects, Walt was also responsible for the day to day operation of the studio as well as creating all budgets and schedules and negotiating with network contacts. (Tasks he continues today.) Walt was instrumental in convincing CBS Television to air The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: the first time a series went from syndication into network programming. During Walt’s tenure, the studio grew from a staff of four to over eighty employees based in Burbank and Dublin, Ireland and produced as many as ninety-five episodes per season! Walt was key to all development and production at the studio and even designed the office space for the new studio in Burbank, the “House the Turtles Built.”

Walt started, The Krislin Company in 1993. While Specializing in CGI animated production, Krislin (and Walt) are also expert in 2D and Flash animation.

The Krislin Company has produced over 600 episodic television programs as well as providing directing/pre-production services on over 500 animated television episodes for numerous clients including: Universal, Bkn Kids, DIC Entertainment, Saban, CBS Television, Gaumont Multimedia, Jim Henson Productions, Porchlight Entertainment, New World, Speed Racer Entertainment, Graz Entertainment, Marvel, Hearst Animation, Warner Bros. Animation, Sepp International. Animagic Entertainment.

Walt has to his credit over 1000 half-hours of programming in the roll of Producer, Director, or Writer. He has won or been nominated for numerous awards including Emmy Awards, Golden Reel Awards, and Gabriel Awards.

Walt is a member of the American Film Institute, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and WGAw.


 
Gary Sellvaggio

Gary Selvaggio is an award-winning writer, producer & director who has worked with Disney, MGM, Warner Bros, Klasky-Csupo, Nickelodeon, Universal and many other companies around the world. Among his credits are TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN, BUTT UGLY MARTIANS, SITTING DUCKS, BALOONATIKS and a host of top-rated animated programs.

Via his company, Nasty Wolf Media Group, Selvaggio has been instrumental in establishing production facilities and operations in Europe, Russia, Japan, Korea, Canada and the USA. Nasty Wolf & Selvaggio provide a wide range of production services, from consulting through production and production trouble shooting. Through its broad network of people and resources, Selvaggio also offers full turnkey opportunities to develop, finance, produce, market and distribute any sized project(s).

Presently, Selvaggio is involved in the financing, distribution & production of several live action & animated film projects.