Scott Ballard, Director – Hiding Blame
Scott is a Portland-based Director, Producer and Director of Photography with over 12 years experience filming narrative features, shorts, documentaries and music videos. His HD, Super 16mm, and 35mm work has won multiple awards, playing in festivals around the world. He holds an MFA in Film Production from Boston University. Recently, his work has been seen in the Arizona International Film Festival, the Nashville Film Festival and the Seattle International Film Festival.
Lori Morgan, Producer and Screenwriter
Lori Morgan is a screenwriter and bookseller living in Portland, Oregon. A graduate of San Francisco State University and the UW Screenwriting program, Lori has written multiple feature film scripts. She was the recipient of a Washington State Artist Trust Media Award for her script, The Catamount Hills, which also won a best screenplay award at Telluride. Blood Relations will be her first feature film producer credit.
Quigley Provost-Landrum, Actress – Hiding Blame
Quigley Provost-Landrum has been working as an actor for 30+ years. She received her BFA in acting from Southern Methodist University. She has appeared on stage in Portland at Portland Center Stage, Artists Repertory Theatre, Stark Raving Theatre, Project Profile Theatre, and The Classic Greek Theatre of Oregon where she played the title role in their production of Medea directed by Keith Scales, for which she won a Drammy award. She has appeared in the films Gathering Evidence and Extraordinary Measures.
Geno Romo, Actor – Hiding Blame
Oregon native Geno Romo has been a professional actor for 17 years. His TV work ranges from network movies of the week to shows such as Leverage, Dead of Night, and Personal Justice. A member of the Screen Actors Guild, his feature film work includes roles in Lake Noir, Rid of Me, and the upcoming releases
Lawrence Siulagi, Actor - Hiding Blame
Lawrence Siulagi enjoyed playing a variety of roles such as Agamemnon in Iphigenia in Aulis, The Mikado, Pozzo in Waiting for Godot and Carlos Homenides in A Flea in Her Ear while pursuing an A.B. in Drama (directing emphasis) at San Diego State. Recently, he rattled the boards at Portland Opera’s Tosca, Fuse Theatre Ensemble’s Outwright Festival in Harmony, and Teatro Milagro’s world-premiere reading of Machos.
Nick Jaina, Composer – Hiding Blame
Nick Jaina is a musician and writer from Portland. He has released five albums on Hush Records, while also composing ballets, film, and play soundtracks. His newest album, Primary Perception was released in April on Fluff and Gravy Records, a track from which was recently featured on NPR. Nick has composed three ballets with the Satellite Ballet and Collective in New York City, feature dancers from the New York City Ballet. He composed and performed music for Girls Who Drew Horses, a stage play featured at the New Orleans Fringe Fest in 2012, and also composed a soundtrack for the feature film, Cement Suitcase.
Keep up with Nick and his projects at http://nickjaina.com.
Kevin Forrest, Director of Photography – Hiding Blame
Kevin Forrest was born in New Orleans and moved to Scotland at age ten, where he first learned to edit using two VCRs and a makeshift soundboard. Now a freelance videographer and independent filmmaker, Kevin is also a co-owner of Hippodrome Media, where he is director of photography. In addition to his own and others’ film projects, Kevin assists with video production classes at Portland Community College. Kevin’s recognized ability to create stunning visual images has gained his entry into a variety of national film festivals.
Jeff Vigil, Storyboard Artist, First A.C, and Editor – Hiding Blame
A graduate of the Seattle Film Institute, Jeff has been freelancing in the film and comic book industries for over ten years. He has worked on numerous feature films, shorts, and corporate projects in the Seattle area, and has recently begun storyboarding for various platforms. In 2010, Jeff created Sic Puppy Productions. Since then he has written and directed several short films and music videos. His comic work has been published by Rebel Studios, Asylum Press, Avatar Press and Indy Comics Magazine.
Jordan Eusebio, Sound Designer and Recordist – Hiding Blame
Jordan Eusebio is a freelance sound recordist and designer based in Denton, Texas. Jordan studied film at Chapman University and is a passionate advocate for the importance of sound design in film. This passion translates into creative and painstaking attention to detail in his work, which includes several Portland area projects, including sound for Scott Ballard's feature film A Standing Still. You can check out samples of his work at www.jordaneusebio.com.