Originally from Virginia, Regan Brashear, (Producer/Director/Editor/DP) has been working on labor, disability, youth, LGBT, race and environmental issues for over 20 years now through documentary film, union organizing, community forums, teen theater, and grassroots activism. She has recently released a documentary on disability and the promise and perils of human enhancement technologies, FIXED: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement, produced by Making Change Media and distributed by New Day Films. Previously, Brashear served as a Producer and Community Engagement Coordinator at Open Eye Pictures, a documentary production company in Sausalito, CA, doing project development for the place-based, memory-mapping iOS app, Tributopia; community engagement for the Academy Award-shortlisted film, Under Our Skin; and as Co-Producer for The Grove, a film about the National AIDS Memorial Grove. Both films aired across the country on PBS stations in 2011. Brashear has a BA in American Studies (Highest Honors, Phi Beta Kappa) and a MA in Social Documentation (Documentary Film) from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Jamie LeJeune, (Cinematographer/Editor/Online Editor), has worked with the Sausalito-based production company, InCA, for the past five years, coming with a background in anthropology and community development. Since then he has shot, edited and produced works that range from television documentary series to viral activist video and promotional pieces for local non-profits. His credits with InCA include: A Year in Burgundy (2012), Producer, Camera, Editor; Reinventing Yourself (2012), Story Producer/Editor/Camera; Keeping Score: Gustav Mahler (2011), Associate Producer/Assistant Editor; and ReCreating America: Creativity in Education (2010), Associate Producer.