Max Rothman - writer, Producer, Director
Timothy J. Cox - Elmore Dean
Olivia Kimmel - Director of Photography
Rob Christman - Steadicam Operator
Right out of the University of Miami, Max worked in the post-production department of NBC News as part of the editing team for the Today Show and Dateline. After a year and half there, he took his talents to the freelance world, producing and editing content for musicians, emerging talents in the New York comedy scene, and some of today's brightest up-and-coming filmmakers, all under his Monticello Park Productions banner. He also writes and directs his own short films, 3 of which are set for release in late 2016/early 2017.
Born in Philadelphia, Cox began studying acting in high school, performing in numerous plays and musicals. He continued his acting studies at Marietta College in Ohio and, after graduating and working odd jobs while pursuing a theatre career in Wilmington, Delaware for two years, moved to New York City in 2001. Since then, he has continued his work in theatre and has also appeared in over 50 films, both short and feature length, and was deemed "the Johnny Depp of Indie Cinema" by Rogue Cinema.
Olivia is a New York-based cinematographer and photographer whose work has been featured in The FADER, Stereogum, Popmatters, Ladygunn, Vevo, Details Magazine, The Burning Ear and more. Though mostly shooting music videos, documentaries, and short films, she has had the opportunity to work on camera crews with some of the rising starts of the cinematography world such as Rachel Morrison (Fruitvale Station, Dope), Wyatt Garfield (Gabriel, Mediterranea), and Thimios Baktakis (Dogtooth, The Lobster, Blind).
Rob is a New York based steadicam operator who has been working in the industry for over a decade. His devotion to quality framing and movement to enhance the impact of telling your story is upheld as his top priority. While occasionally shooting films, Rob specializes in music videos, with recent clients including Wiz Khalifa, LL Cool J, DJ Khaled, Atlantic Records, and Def Jam Records