Camille Gaston - Lead Actor

Camille Gaston began his theatrical career while attending New York’s Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts as a drama student. He was selected to participate in the prestigious National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts program in Miami, FL, and was awarded the programs top honor, the First Level Award for Acting. Camille continued studying theatre at SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory. He is an accomplished lyricist, tap dancer, and has toured and performed as a dancer. Camille has held roles on the television shows Law and Order: Criminal Intent, NYPD Blue, and Boy Meets World, and the films The Substitute II, Beyond the Ocean, Brothers Of The Borderland, and Dreamers. He has also been featured in commercials, voice-overs, and video games.


Tracy M. King-Sanchez - Writer/Director/Producer/Editor

Tracy received a BA in English and an MA in Teaching English from SUNY Stony Brook, where she recently served as a short film jurist at their annual Film Festival. She taught High School English for a number of years. In addition to starting up a production company, Tracy, along with her husband, founded a nonprofit organization aimed at helping at-risk teenagers. Tracy has studied at NYU, as well as completed Writer’s Boot Camp Think Tank Program. In addition to filmmaking, Tracy has completed a number of screenplays, some of which have garnered recognition including, placing in The Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting

David E. Sanchez, MD - Executive Producer

David graduated from the renowned Bronx High School of Science. He received a B.S. in Biochemistry

from Stony Brook University, where he met his wife and future filmmaker. He attended Medical School at

SUNY-Downstate in Brooklyn, where he also subsequently completed his residency in Pediatrics. David

opened up a private practice in Long Island, NY in 2004, where he continues to treat and counsel his

patients, both at the hospital and in his office.

Trisha Solyn - Cinematographer

Trisha Solyn got her start in filmmaking at UCLA’s prestigious School of Film and Felevision. While in school, Trisha was a featured cinematographer for UCLA’s news program UCTV. Her work for UCTV earned her a nomination for a student Emmy award. After graduation, Trisha spent two years producing, directing, shooting, and editing the educational documentary, Relationships in America, distributed by WW Norton. Her innovative camera work on this documentary earned her a job shooting the illustrious annual benefit for the Young Musicians Foundation. Trisha has spent the last few years working as a second unit Director of Photography for film teasers and commercials for all 5 major Studios, while dabbling in independent narrative film shorts. Trisha presently attends the highly-acclaimed Graduate program at New York University, where she is currently earning an MFA in Cinematography. 

Zayre Ferrer - Associate Producer

A native of Panama, Zayre Ferrer’s family immigrated to New York in the 80s and later made their way to Miami, Florida.  After studying advanced drama at Miami-Dade County’s prestigious Coral Gables High School, Zayre received a full scholarship to Florida International University where she completed a Bachelor’s Degree in television production from FIU’s School of Journalism and Communications.  She then went on to receive a Master of Fine Arts Degree in dramatic writing from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Benedetta Brentan - Production Designer

Benedetta Brentan graduated in 2004 in Architecture and Interior Design at Politecnico di Milano, her hometown.

After working for the architectural firm Tartaglia and Partners for about 2 years she moved to New York, where she completed a Certificate in Filmmaking at Tisch School of the Arts. In the last year she has worked in the Art Department of various feature films, TV shows, photo shoots; she has designed several short movies for NYU, Columbia University and Independent Production Companies. Her first feature as Production Designer, Clear Blue Tuesday, a musical directed by Elizabeth Lucas, is now in post-production. Benedetta’s short film Watch over me, directed during her Certificate at Tisch, has been part of the official program of the Big Apple Film Festival 2007.

Sabine Buchanan - Artist

Sabine was born September 19, 1976 in Ulm, Germany to Croatian/Hungarian immigrants. She came to the USA at the age of 18, mostly because her dyslexia remained ignored and untreated in Germany, and went to high school for one year near Buffalo, New York. Sabine then decided to stay in the US to pursue a college degree in Computer Art with an emphasis in Virtual Environments and a minor in Sculpture. The birth of her first child inspired Sabine to return her attention to a long-forgotten love - writing.

Solomon Starr - Musician

Born and raised in New York City, Solomon Starr is a gifted Hip-Hop minister and music producer. He has performed all over the country, at such events as the acclaimed Rap Fest and the Holy Hip Hop awards. He is also a member of Storytellas, a diverse group of artists that evangelize in prisons, churches and streets throughout the Tri-State area. Rapping since the age of nine, his journey has taken him from the chaotic streets of Washington Heights to Iowa, where he attended Central College and received a B.A. in Religion. Solomon Starr is currently pursuing a Masters in Divinity at New Brunswick Theological Seminary and is serving as Director of Youth at Fort Washington Collegiate Church. Although he once shared stages with such popular acts as The Roots and Wu-Tang Clan, Solomon Starr finds no greater satisfaction than helping transform people through his powerful gifts.

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