Executive Producer/ Director/Writer
Jennifer Boyd has produced and directed more than 25 documentaries, nine of those films have won EMMY awards. Recent projects include 3 Seconds Behind the Wheel, which Good Morning America called “Groundbreaking.”
Boyd has also co-created and produced two music television series Infinity Hall Live and The Kate, with 40 episodes in distribution.
Currently, she is executive producing and directing a 5-part series on the history of Las Vegas, and a documentary on Mesa Verde National Park.
The Street Project was filmed over 4 years and in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lindsay Thompson is a documentary filmmaker and educator with a passion for using storytelling to unite communities and promote change. She has partnered with public schools in North Carolina to incorporate filmmaking into their standardized subjects and collaborated with various New England non-profits. It’s this grassroots background paired with her filmmaking credentials that gives her an edge in creating educational outlets and impact distribution.
As a member of THE STREET PROJECT team, Thompson thinks for innovative and community-centric ways the film could be distributed. Film credits include writing for the PBS children’s program “Arthur,” directing the documentary feature Travel Light, and a variety of projects with Boyd Productions.
Director of Photography
Joseph Brunette is an award-winning cinematographer whose work has appeared on National Geographic,
CNN, PBS, NOVA, Nature, Discovery and History. His work has enabled him to combine his passions for beauty and justice. Brunette has an ability to capture the essence of even the most poignant moments and his sensitive work behind the camera enables a level of intimacy and honesty that reveals the vulnerable heart of any story.
Chad Ervin has crafted around 30 documentary films, including three Emmy-winners for the PBS series FRONTLINE, two episodes of the Emmy and Polk award winning “Money, Power & Wall Street,” four films for PBS’s preeminent history series American Experience, and the Peabody Award winning Sighted Eyes / Feeling Heart, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2017. In between heady documentaries he spices things up by cutting lively television series about cooking and travel for PBS’s Create network, extremely remodeled houseboats for Travel Channel, and several shows celebrating furry companions for Animal Planet, including “Dogs 101.”
Bacon won an Emmy for his score “The Kennedys,” an Ace Award nomination for his score “The Man Who Loved Sharks,” the BMI Television Music Award, and The Chicago International Film Festival Gold Plaque Award for music in “LBJ.” Shows he has scored have won numerous Emmy Awards and three Academy Awards (The Johnstown Flood, A Time for Justice, and King Gimp). Jerry Lee Lewis, Carlene Carter, Peter Yarrow, and Claude Francois are just a few artists who have recorded songs written by Bacon. In addition, he and his brother, Kevin, perform music live as “The Bacon Brothers.” Their 11th CD will be released in the summer of 2022.
Rena DeBortoli & George Sherman
Motion Design & Animation
For just about 30 years Rena and George have been creating award-winning motion graphics that combine strategic design, emotion, 2D & 3D animation, live action, and visual effects.
Rena and George have worked for a wide range of clients from global brands to local agencies and start-ups. Past and current clients include various projects for Boyd Productions, NESN, ESPN, CBS sports, CBS, ABC, PBS, Raytheon Technologies, Philips Healthcare, Yale New Haven Health, Cigna, Mohegan Sun, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, The Hartford, Aerosmith, Pepsi, GE, the US Navy and many others.
Rena and George have won numerous awards, including 2 EMMYs for Individual Achievement. They are based in in Noank, CT.