Born in Sydney, Australia, Jodie has been involved in both travel and entertainment from a young age. Having worked around the world as a TV host, producer, director, and actress, she’s traveled the globe and been fortunate to explore many places and cultures. Her producing and hosting credits include: “Land Of The Big Hand” travel show, “Canvas To Caravans” travel show, and “Just Breathe” TV show, as well as freelance projects for MTV, Discovery Channel, Lifestyle Channel and Arena TV. After living in London, Australia and New York she moved to Los Angeles where she is continuing her passion for filmmaking and photography. Jodie’s greatest passion is to travel the world and experience different lifestyles and cultures. Jodie currently lives between Los Angeles and Sydney. www.jodielivingston.com
Peruvian-American producer, director and photographer Marco opened his first photo studio in 2005 in Santa Monica California’s Bergamot Station Arts District where he has since had a solo art show in Coordination with the Santa Monica Museum of Art. His unique Pop Documentary style has garnered him the opportunity to shoot campaigns for major brands like Time Warner Cable and Samantha Thavasa, as well as work with major celebrities like Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake. He is an image contributor to non- profit organizations including the New York City based Robin Hood Foundation and the Community Coalition in Los Angeles. He completed his first feature documentary film titled “2.5% The Osa Peninsula” early in 2015 and is co-founder of the production house SWAY Media. A self professed local culture junkie, he has lived in Peru, Italy, Costa Rica, Tokyo, New York City, Los Angeles, and travels on a regular basis in search of unique people and cultures to document. www.marcobollinger.com
Producer, director, and editor – created programs for Sony Pictures, The Muppets, The Sci-Fi Channel, Walt Disney Pictures, Fox, Comedy Central, Disney Channel, Tokyopop, Mattel, Universal, Warner Brothers, Baby Einstein, Showtime and more.
Festival programmer for nearly half a decade for the Slamdance Film Festival, helping curate the feature films to be shown at the festival.
Max Calo was born in Italy. While attending the Conservatory of Rome Max pursued his passion to study music.In 1994 he moved to Los Angeles and in a very short period of time found himself working with David Foster, one of the largest producers in the music industry. Max soon found himself working with big name artists around the world. Some of those artist were Julio Iglesias, Lion Richie and Celine Dion. Max also worked with Humberto Gatica and was soon producing artists for the Latin market. In 2001 he wrote a single with Jessica Moreno and at the same time did a remix of the song “In de Congaline” which at the time was used by Disney. Most recently Max produced composed the music for David Newman on 5 FlightUp With Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton. In 2015 he worked with Akon on the Movie soundtrack Road To Redemption and in 2017 composed Long Gone Heroes with Susan Surrandon.