Previously, Krista worked in a wide variety of organizational contexts from an automotive manufacturing employee relations department to a large hospital training and development group where she taught management development. Additional roles she has played include social research in a… Read More »Krista Babbitt (Executive Producer)
Elimination will be showing at this year’s SparkCon. Come check it out on a big screen! More information can be found at the SparkCon website.
Karen graduated from the Piedmont Community College film program in 2006 with an Associate degree in Film & Video Production Technology and a background in art department and assistant camera. She has since worked on various films and projects including:… Read More »Karen Harris (Key Grip)
Award-winning designer, “Elle” Laurel Lane, has over twenty years experience in design and was dubbed “Your Carolina ColorGirl” when she launched “The Laurel Lane Collection” paint color palette for Sherwin Williams in 2007. Clients embrace Laurel’s creativity and design talents,… Read More »“Elle” Laurel Lane (Production Design)
Andrew is a host for a TV show out of California on Kids Corp TV. They are having a big event for the show, “Across the Canvas” at the Cape Fear River Coastal Conference in Wilmington and he will be interviewing people for the show. This is also… Read More »Andrew Friedrichs (Jack)
Joshua considers his overactive imagination a welcome byproduct of growing up in rural Colorado. After high school, he attended the University of Colorado, majoring in Film and English. He is the writer/director of cliche 10-minute short that screened at the… Read More »Joshua Light O’Dell (Writer)
Melissa Lozoff (Maxine) has worked for over 20 years in film, television and theater. She attended the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and worked for nine years in Hollywood as a professional actress. L.A. credits include Jacqui in the… Read More »Melissa Lozoff (Maxine)
Eric was born in Manhattan, NY and lived in Queens for the majority of his childhood. After moving to North Carolina with his family, he soon acquired a love for film after visiting a childhood friend back in Queens who… Read More »Eric Barstow (AD – No Good Maxine)
Option 1: Allen Wolf is a man of few words. Option 2: Allen Wolf (Grip) is a home-school graduate and a self taught computer geek. He is a long time friend of Michael and Krista Babbitt and has been involved… Read More »Allen Wolf (2nd Assistant Director and Dolly Grip)
Isaac M. Hicks distinguished himself academically as a member of the International Thespian’s Society with over fifty credit hours and on the National Dean’s List. After school, he worked in several different fields, mostly in administrative or logistical positions. This… Read More »Isaac M. Hicks (Script Supervisor)
Jenni Schwaner Ladd has been designing, constructing, altering, repairing or otherwise wrangling costumes for 17 years. Over the years she has designed for Summerfun Theatre of NJ; Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre of Evanston, IL; Irish Repertory of Chicago; Four Seasons Theatre of… Read More »Jenni Schwaner Ladd (Costume Design)
Michael Back, while new to cinematography, is not new to image making. After 20 years as a still photographer, Michael is making a hard right turn into film making and without abandoning his still work, he has found his passion… Read More »Mike Back (Director of Photography)
Our diner scene/location is set. None other than Allen & Sons world famous BBQ. Extras will be needed.
Mike Back, Laurel Lane and I spent the afternoon checking out culverts, trailers and interiors today for No-Good Maxine. In the rain no less. Laurel did some amazing job of finding us several locations that we think are going to… Read More »“No-Good Maxine” Location Scout #1