Kim Carroll

Kim Carroll is an accomplished photographer, musician, educator and adventure traveler. Growing up in the south of Ireland, he displayed an interest in the creative arts at a young age. Kim is dedicated in his pursuit to capture his subjects in an inspired way. He subscribes to the belief that each photograph should incorporate elements of 'purpose and poetry'. His love of Hospitality,

Travel and Lifestyle photography have led him to work globally with adventure companies, eco-lodges, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. A lover of visual and audio storytelling, he seeks to blur the lines between the traditional and contemporary to create images that resonate on a deeper level.

Along with recording with the London Symphony Orchestra, he has been a featured guitarist on films such as The Chronicles of Narnia, Bridget Jones’ Diary, and The Town. Carroll has guest lectured on the creative arts at universities including UCLA, USC, in California and at UCC in Cork, Ireland.

In 2009 he was one of six to be awarded a Sundance Composer Fellowship.

Jenna Beavers

Jenna graduated from Sonoma State University summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with an emphasis in film. At the start of her career, she was Second Assistant Director on an independant feature film called 'For What It’s Worth.' From there, she worked as a production assistant on an episode of 'Treehouse Guys,' a commercial for Garmin GPS, and a webisode series called 'Spoiled to Perfection' (Season 1). Jenna also enjoys working as a casting assistant and a photography assistant. More recently, she has dabbled in acting and was an extra in a Paramount Feature Film. Jenna was the Alexander Valley Film Society’s 2016 fellow and is a member of the Sonoma County Film Alliance.

In her spare time, Jenna volunteers with the Cloverdale Citrus Fair queen pageant committee, mentoring the contestants and choreographing the group dance. She is active in helping with the Alexander Valley Film Festival and has been the Cloverdale Box Office manager for three years.

Josie Gay

Josie is a business and marketing professional with experience in the development and execution of operational business and marketing plans, consisting of brand positioning, cause marketing, digital marketing, copy writing, social media and traditional advertising. Her consulting roles cross sectors including private corporations, social enterprises, government and nonprofits.

Her work ranges from co-founding a tech firm, rebranding and directing operations for private businesses, creating extensive outreach programs and producing large scale events for non-profits including Sundance Institute/Sundance Film Festival. But her passion lies in working on projects with purpose. She is a published author, volunteer, philanthropist, changemaker, and social entrepreneur.

She received 'Young Entrepreneur of the Year' from the United States Small Business Administration, was a runner up for the Ernst & Young 'Entrepreneur of the Year', has guest lectured at universities and conferences, and received her M.A. from Pepperdine University in Social Entrepreneurship and Change. In September 2014, she was invited to speak at the Westminster College Thinks Big Conference.

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