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We are pleased to welcome Editor Christina Stumpf to the Foundation family! Christina brings her intuition and passion for storytelling to the team, after a ten year run at the Whitehouse. Drawn to diverse material, she’s cut campaigns across genres for such brands as Miller, Orbitz, Cadillac, Sears, and Office Max, for whose web video “Jewelry” was shortlisted at Cannes.

Stumpf’s long form credits include,”Hidden in Plain Sight”, a documentary in collaboration with UN Goodwill Ambassador Julia Ormond; “Hidden in Plain Sight”, with the support of former President Clinton, has helped raise over $1 million to promote awareness and help eradicate human trafficking worldwide.

President Samantha Hart adds, “We are thrilled that Christina has joined us and are looking forward to her playing both a creative and leadership role at our company.” Welcome Christina, we all look forward to working with you!


M&K on MTV

The Matt & Kim video directed by Jonathan del Gatto for their song “Cameras” will debut this week on MTV.

Meanwhile, the dynamic duo are MTV’s Push Artist of the week.

Check it out:

Del Gatto Gets to the Heart of LA From the Inside Out

Foundation’s Jonathan Del Gatto directed and edited this powerful and heartfelt piece for Inside Out Community Arts in Venice.

Check out the video here:

Shot with real kids who have gone through the program. Inside Out works with at risk kids and helps transform their fear into confidence through visual and performing arts workshops.

Jonathan directed, Helge Gerull shot, Stacy Paris produced, and the entire Foundation LA team lent additional support for the cause including Anna Patel, Aaron Brown and Alex Watson.

A Little Pre-Halloween Potluck!

Suzie and Luz organized a Halloween potluck today and it was a HUGE success! Everybody brought food and the conference room was decorated with cobwebs and bats!

Check out our spooky spread!

It was good times! Thanks everyone for bringing all these amazing treats!

Bat Boy Sighted!

You may recall the freaky nineties sensation “Bat Boy”… who spawned numerous parodies, an indie graphic novel and even a Broadway musical!

Well, the Focus Creeps are now capitalizing on the very same bald little icon. The boys will be doing a shoot in a cave in Iowa about the “mythical” Weekly World News character.

And who will be playing Bat Boy? Why… none other than our own line producer, Jordan Grant!

Stay tuned for details!!


We are pleased to announce that we have a new colorist on our team!!

Tom Rovak!

Award winning Senior Colorist Tom Rovak is a veteran in the post production arena, having held key roles across the spectrum including Post Production Supervisor and Producer. He has recently added Digital Intermediate and extensive RED workflow to his skills in commercial, feature and music video post production. A critical player in the design and implementation of a number of successful production houses in the Chicago area, Rovak prides himself on always being at the forefront of technology in his craft.

Check out the official press release here at Ruth Ratny’s Reel Chicago!

We are very glad to welcome Tom to the family!

Pop Tarts

The Focus Creeps are being featured in Pop Manifesto’s latest issue!

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