Meet The Creative Team!
Frank Arthur Smith
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER / WRITER / DIRECTOR EP4
Frank Smith is a here, queer writer and actor originally from Boston, Massachusetts. He most recently worked in the writers’ room on RAVEN’S HOME, the sequel to the hit series THAT’S SO RAVEN, for Disney Channel. Previously, he wrote an animated pilot with Tornante TV (BOJACK HORSEMAN), developed a live-action series with Vice Studios (FYRE), and rewrote a horror movie with Fangoria / Cinestate (THE STANDOFF AT SPARROW CREEK).
Before moving to California, Frank managed an organic chemistry lab, and planned to attend medical school. A few years ago, he starred in Episode 5 of the Emmy Award-nominated TIDYING UP WITH MARIE KONDO on Netflix.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER / DIRECTOR EP1-3, 6
Greg Wolf is a gay filmmaker and comedian based in Los Angeles. Originally from Philly, his work has been featured in several festivals, including his 2020 short, Pocket Millennial being a finalist at both the Austin and Portland comedy film festivals and was awarded a gold medal at the London Comedy Film Festival. He produces and hosts a variety show called The Wolfs Den, which features sketch comedy, up-and-coming musicians, comedians, and storytellers.
Sarah Whitaker Graduated Penn State University with a BA in Advertising and Sociology and a Minor in Spanish, International Studies, and Psychology. Sarah has spent the last 15 years in event production and staff management. Sarah is the co-owner of an event planning & production company with her sister called ParkerWhitaker Productions.
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER EP4-6
Nacia Schreiner is a filmmaker and documentarian based in Los Angeles. She is known for shooting LGBTQIA comedies and female-led narratives and has been featured in various festivals including OUTFEST and CINEQUEST. She is most passionate about making character-driven pieces and wants her work to help broaden our cultural perspective by painting a broad spectrum of stories.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER / DIRECTOR EP5
Matt Hartman is a writer and producer originally from Orange County, California. Since graduating from UCLA's film school, he has been active in the entertainment industry, working in the production and writers' offices of such shows as 2 BROKE GIRLS, LIFE IN PIECES, and SIREN. He currently writes true crime podcasts for SPOTIFY. Are there any other types of podcasts?
In 2021, he was named a Notable Writer by Outfest. He was once featured in The Atlantic, as the face of millennial burnout. He considers it an honorary title.
Troy Barboza has worked as an actor, singer, director, producer, movement director, script consultant, carpenter, rigger, post-production editor, green screen technician, photographer, automation technician, graphic designer, and a "dramaturg", whatever that is. Throughout New England, New York, and Los Angeles, he’s been involved in countless productions with people you probably don’t know at places you’ve likely never heard of. Let's collaborate: TheTroyBarboza@gmail.com