Andy Smith

Andy began his lifelong passion for writing around the age of 10, stunning the literary world (his 5th grade teacher) with the epic tome “Jaws Is The Best Movie of All Time” for which he received numerous accolades (an “A” in Ms. Andell’s rigorous Creative Writing class, kudos from fellow students). 


After college he worked in various capacities of production at NBC, working for writers and producers of several sitcoms and movies of the week.  Soon he was also writing marketing copy and in-house material for Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.  While continuing to write original material with Richard, he began work as an Art Director on numerous music video, commercials, small budget independent features and unscripted (reality) television shows for HGTV and Bravo.


Currently Andy produces, shoots and edits in-house and online content for Orly International,  SpaRitual and Revlon International.  As of 2021 he still believes Jaws is the Best Movie of All Time.

Annabel has production running through her veins. As the daughter of renowned film producer, John D. Schofield (Ali, As Good As It Gets, Jerry Maguire) Annabel grew up on film sets.


She started her career as an international fashion model and starred in numerous campaigns including Gianni Versace, Yves St. Laurent, Revlon and Bugle Boy Jeans. From fashion she transitioned to acting and subsequently starred in many independent films as well as the iconic TV soap, Dallas.

After several successful years as an actress, Annabel decided to move behind the camera, concentrating on writing, directing and production. She has worked extensively in international film for Academy Award-winning directors such as James L. Brooks and Terry Gilliam.

During the last 10 years, Annabel has established herself as an outstanding and sought after stills, content and video producer in Los Angeles 

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richard eschenroeder

Richard has been writing, creating and producing compelling work since high school. He has short stories published in several leading literary magazines including Ploughshares, Tin House and The Southern Review.


Though writing has always been a passion, Richard also enjoys a successful history of production as a commercial Executive Producer and Director. Working with many Fortune 500 firms including MasterCard, Ford Motor Company and Google amongst others, Richard has managed multi-million-dollar marketing and production budgets.


He has also served as a Brand Manager and Creative Director for a top financial services firm and has produced and directed many motion content shoots in North America and Europe.