About the Filmmakers:

David Teague  Director / Producer / Director of Photography / Editor Headshot_Teague_web

David Teague is a film director and editor whose work has played Sundance, Cannes, Berlin, Hot Docs, SXSW, Silverdocs, Tribeca, LA Film Fest, Full Frame, and True/False, amongst many others. He also produces videos for clients working in the arts.

David recently completed editing E-TEAM, an in-the-trenches portrait of war crimes investigators which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. He also recently edited the award-winning feature documentary Cutie and the Boxerwhich premiered at Sundance and was nominated for the 2013 Academy Award for Best Documentary.

Previously, David edited the Oscar-winning documentary “Freeheld” (2007) as well as two other Oscar-nominated films (“Mondays at Racine”, “Sun Come Up)”. Other editing credits include the feature documentary The Iran Job, the PBS series “Constitution USA”, and the Emmy Award-winning Sesame Street primetime special “Growing Hope Against Hunger”.

As a director, his documentary work also includes Our House, co-directed with Greg King, which premiered at Hot Docs 2010. In the mid-2000s, David shot and edited many music videos with Flip Productions for artists such as David Bowie, Laurie Anderson, Roseanne Cash, and Dolly Parton. A Super 8mm film enthusiast, David has directed many films using the home movie stock, including the black & white Super 8 feature Love Suicides (2007). Based on a classic Japanese bunraku play, the film has played underground festivals worldwide. For ten years, David ran Flicker NYC, a Super 8mm film festival that held over twenty-five events and screened hundreds of Super 8 movies.

David has taught cinematography and editing at Downtown Community Television, the New School, Brooklyn College and Long Island University, and he is the author of three best-selling guides to film editing with Final Cut Pro and Final Cut Express.

Tracey Izatt  Producertracey

Tracey Izatt has produced and directed a variety of documentaries ranging in subject matter from women’s boxing to development philosophy in Northern India.  Her work has screened at numerous festivals worldwide, and on broadcasters like Bravo, TLC, LOGO, Showcase and on the PBS program NOVA.

Richard Marriott  Composer

rm2Richard Marriott has been active as a composer, performer, and instrument builder for over thirty years. He has composed extensively for film, television, dance, theater, opera, installations and video games, encompassing styles ranging from the avant garde to the commercial mainstream. He is the founder and artistic director of the Club Foot Orchestra, the premiere ensemble for live music performance with silent films. His new opera, DivideLight, was presented on August 13, 2008 at Montalvo Center of the Arts in Saratoga, California. This eighty minute work, conceived by visual artist Lesley Dill with text by Emily Dickenson, features The Choral Project, a 45 voice choir, three operatic solists and the Del Sol String Quartet. He previously collaborated with David Teague on the silent feature “Love Suicides”.

Ester Wilson  Original Artwork

ester_bioEster has been drawing since age two, and graduated from the Atlanta College of Art in Georgia, summa cum laude. She won scholarships throughout school for her art, and is currently pursuing a full-time career of drawing and painting. Ester‘s first love is her sketchbooks where anything goes, and she has a large online collection of oil paintings, traditional academic drawings, and figurative work. Her most recent projects involve an art book publication, and gallery showings. Visit her website at, and see her Daily Drawings at