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Beccy Quinn (Actress Robyn) is a body positive actress and model living in Los Angeles. She has always had a passion for entertainment, and after she received her degree in Film from the Academy of Art University, she worked with several production companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. Modeling and the body positive movement came as a surprise to her. She knew that other people judged her for her size, but it never truly bothered her; until she found that her weight was keeping her from landing any roles aside from the comedic relief. Beccy was beyond excited to find a growing group of like minded people that supported body positivity. She stands with them proudly through very project she works on. Her goal with her work now, is to include everybody’s stories. “We’re all people. We all have a voice to be heard.”
Gregory Earls (Director & Writer) began his career at 20th Century Fox as a Jr. Production Executive, then as a manager in Fox’s Music Department, and finally as Feature Post Production Coordinator, where he’s managed editorial for numerous feature films, including: Joy, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and The Longest Ride. Earls’ formal studies began at Norfolk State University, one of the nations Historically Black Colleges and Universities, where he graduated with honors with a degree in Mass Communications. During his Junior year, Earls studied Film Production at CUNY Hunter College in New York City where he interned under filmmakers Reggie and Warrington Hudlin (House Party) at the Black Filmmakers Foundation. Earls was then accepted as a graduate student by the prestigious American Film Institute where he was a Cinematography Fellow.
As a director, Earls has directed music videos for Poetic Groove/Interscope records, a documentary for Covenant House California, entitled, Straight Way Out of the Fire, which helped raise funds to build their Western Avenue Los Angeles facility. His short film, Sax’s Final Orbit, enjoyed an exciting film festival run and garnered Earls numerous awards, including: The Audience Grand Prize at the Pacific Coast Film Festival, Best Director at the Hollywood Renaissance Film Festival, and was nominated Best Short Film at the Austin Film Festival.
Stacey Holderbach (Executive Producer) began her professional career at Landmark Theatres developing advertising campaigns for independent, foreign, and arthouse films while pursuing a degree in Television Production at Loyola Marymount University. She gained further experience developing advertising campaigns for Sony Pictures and Sony Pictures Classics, assisting in the release of critically acclaimed films such as Men with Guns, Buffalo 66, The Apostle, The Spanish Prisoner, 8mm, and many others. Her experience both in film school and while working in the entertainment industry instilled in her a great respect for the passion and drive of filmmakers working outside the mainstream studio system, especially for those who were compelled not only to entertain, but also to inform and educate their audiences.