Sharon Kon was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  She graduated with honors from Hunter College of The City University of New York with a B.S. in Film and Video Production. She is a director/producer who is passionate about producing films with not only aesthetic appeal but also thought-provoking and ultimately life-changing to each viewer. 

She has produced short films and documentaries including Ultraviolet (which received awards in the Berlin Film Festival), as well as Missions Documentaries for ChildCry (an international feeding program) and Kakabalika Child Foundation (based in Lusaka, Zambia). She has also produced in-house commercials for clienteles such as The Sunshine Group, Romona Keveza and Rockrose Development.​

​​She is currently in post production a feature documentary about the hope-filled life of the people in Juarez, Mexico.  She is also currently producing a feature film with Restoring Truth Media.


Judith was born in the Dominican Republic and migrated to the United States at the age of four. Recipient of numerous awards including the Antony Metal in Arts and the Pell Award, she continued the pursuit of her career under a scholarship to the Rhode Island School of Design.

She earned a degree in Photography and Multimedia, coupled with a strong foundation in design. Her thesis, ‘Brown Sugar,’ was strongly influenced through her involvement in the RISD Museum’s Art Context where she

studied under the direction of large-scale installation artist Pepon Osorio.

Immediately after graduating from RISD, Judith moved to New York to begin her career in publishing. After working for companies such as American Media, Time Inc. and Conde Nast, it seemed only natural to incorporate film into her scope. Judith currently works for ABC and has taken up the role of co-producer for The Father’s Love as her first full feature film.


Since he picked up a camcorder in 2003, Colton Davie has developed a growing passion for the way in which camera and light can convey truth and emotion through visual storytelling. He has since shot and won awards for numerous short films, documentaries, music videos, and other projects. Always excited to travel and experience new places, his work has carried him all across the United States and beyond, from Tennessee and Oregon, to Haiti and Mexico. He and his lovely wife are now based in Los Angeles, CA where he works as a Cinematographer and Camera Assistant.


(b. 1986) is a Costa Rican composer based in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. He holds a Masters in Music Composition and Film Scoring from New York University and a B.S. in Theory & Composition from Hofstra University. His concert music has been performed by orchestras in Prague, Texas, New York, and Costa Rica. An active film composer, he has scored over 20 short films, 2 feature-length films and 4 documentaries. In 2011 he was one the winners of the Skirball NYU Symphony Orchestra Competition and in 2012 the short "El Nido Vacio" by Francisco Lupini (featuring music by Andrés) won the Director's Guild Award for best hispanic student filmmaker in the east coast.


His orchestral arrangement of songs by Max Vernon for the film "State Debate'' (dir. by Erich Rettstadt) won the Best Original Score award at the NYU First Run Film Festival in 2012. His collaborations with violinist Jane Hunt have been heard at the U.S. Open opening ceremony at Arthur Ashe Stadium in 2011 and at the NYC Fashion Week the same year. He was the recipient of the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Scholarship in 2009 and 2010. More info at