Cinematography by Marcin Szalkowski
Marcin Szalkowski is a Chicago based cinematographer whose credits include: Camera and Electrical Department: Transformers, Chicago Overcoat, The Unborn, The Dark Night. Cinematographer credits include:The Exemption of Hunter Riley, Burning Desire, Housekeeper, Little Village, Last Dance
and Compass Cabaret 55. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2981413/

Additional Camera: Wes Cardino
Wes Cardino holds a graduate degree in cinematography from the American Film Institute (AFI)
in Los Angeles. He holds a bachelor of fine arts degree from the State University of New York’s Purchase College Film Conservatory, where he graduated magna cum laude with a concentration in cinematography, recently awarded honorable mention from the American Society of Cinematography (ASC). http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1709527/

Edited By Jesse Stratton
Jesse Stratton has worked professionally in NYC and Chicago as an editor and writer. Jesse also is a theatre director and works for National Pasttime Theatre in Chicago, where he directed Soul One this past spring. Jesse is currently working for Retrospective Pictures in Chicago as an editor. Documentaries: Compass Cabaret 55. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1709239/

2nd Editor/Color Correction/Sound Mix by Stephen Buckley
Cinematography, Editing, Visual FX and Sound Design: Guerrilla Monster Films, Memphis, independent film company specializing in producing feature films and music videos. Feature credits include: Cigarette Girl, Teenage Tupelo, Superstarlet A.D., The Sore Losers: Music Videos, The Hives, Jesse and Noah, The True Lovers, The Makers, Guitar Wolf, The Flakes and Elvis meets the Beatles.
Documentaries: Compass Cabaret 55. http://www.hausofwheat.com/

Motion Graphics and Titles: Michael Arce
Michael Arce is a Chicago based motion graphics artist. He holds a bachelor in visual communications
from The Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago. Clients include: Shedd Aquarium, RPM Visual Media, Pinnacle Advertising and Balash Advertising. Documentaries: Compass Cabaret 55. He manages Papaya Design Studio, a graphic design and motion studio in Chicago. http://www.papayadesignstudio.com

Music Director Jeremy Jacobsen
The Chicago musician Jeremy Jacobsen, better known as the Lonesome Organist, is a true
one-man band. His simultaneous proficiency with a wide variety of instruments -- including the organ, drums, guitar, harmonica, toy piano, tap-shoes, and steel drum -- makes his music suitable for a variety hour or a circus show as well as a rock album. Never lacking in novelty, the Lonesome Organist mixed styles such as rock, yodeling, blues, circus music, and soundtrack music on his records. He collaborated with bands such as the Blues Explosion, 5ive Style, and Euphone.

Original Music Score By Charles Gorczynski
Charles Gorczynski plays woodwinds and electronics in Oakland California. He co-leads Colorlist (482 Music, Serein) with drummer Charles Rumback, Silences (Ropeadope) and Spinach Prince with Thomas Faulds and Elliot Ross, Redwood tango ensemble with Holly Mead. Charles has contributed to over 25 records and films over the last decade, recording or playing with: Spinach Prince, Pulse Programming, L’altra, Apparat, Tomorrow Music Orchestra, Leaves, The Drastics, Via Tania, Kibosh, Salamander, Hudson Harrington Berry, Video Gum Culture, Mark Siska’s Studio 207, Compass Cabaret 55, Umphrey’s Mcgee, Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Head with Wings, and Matt Ulery’s Loom. “A force in modern sound design...” -Jazz Times

Original Music Score By Jeff Kowalkowski
Jeff Kowalkowski is a chicago composer, pianist, and improviser. He has taught at DePaul University for 17 years, and at Northeastern Illinois University for 11 years. He teaches music theory, composition, orchestration, improvisation, form and analysis. He was awarded a Doctorate in Composition from Northwestern University in 1996. Most recently Jeff has performed, recorded (Delmark) and toured with Rob Mazurek's Exploding Star Orchestra and Screaming Planet. He also received a Met Life/Meet the Composer grant for his concerto for two percussionists, which was premiered by the Marquette Symphony (Upper Penninsula, MI). In 2011 he received a Helen Coburn Meier and Tim Meier Artistic Achievement Award.