Talya Klein (Hair, Makeup, & Costume Design / Producer)
Talya Klein is a retired make-up artist, having worked in both London and New York, and she now only takes her brushes off the shelf for very special projects. She is thrilled to be part of the Precious Cargo team, and is happy to take credit for how fabulous everyone looks on camera. She holds an MFA in directing from Brown/Trinity and is the Producing Artistic Director of The Here & Now, a company which produces one-off site-specific events. In her spare time, Talya knits miniature sweaters and makes tiny terrariums.
Alex Peterson (Director of Photography)
Alex grew up in Chicago, and he moved to New York City to study film at NYU. Taking as many cinematography classes as he could, Alex was among the last generation of filmmakers to learn how to make movies on film while also being given a head start on digital cinema. After graduating, Alex worked in the camera department for commercials, music videos, and feature films. He has worked for and learned from some of the best DPs and crews in New York. As a cinematographer, Alex has traveled the country and the world shooting for ABC, MTV, and award winning filmmakers at Greener Media. Most recently Alex and Greener Media collaborated on a new documentary about the Italian region of Calabria, as well as the 2015 Sundance Institute Award winning documentary Man in the Maze. While home in New York, Alex is keeping busy shooting for the Emmy Award winning Discovery ID show A Crime to Remember.
Nathan Allen (Editor)
Nathan received his MFA in Film Production from Boston University. From there, he made the move to Los Angeles, where he has edited several feature films, television pilots and reality shows. In addition, he has edited episodes of the scripted television shows Glee, Nip/Tuck and Rizzoli & Isles.
Adam Lindquist (Composer)
Adam Lindquist is a multi-instrumentalist musician and composer now residing in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from North Carolina, Adam grew up playing folk and rock while also learning traditional composition techniques. He studied music composition in college at UNCW and completed some post-college studies with Berklee School of Music, after which he began writing for TV/film, theater and dance. Adam enjoys melding electronic and acoustic sounds to create sounds suited toward a variety of tones and mediums. You can listen to a sample of his music at adamlindquist.com.