Jenni Powell is the Emmy Award-winning producer of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Welcome to Sanditon, lonelygirl15, Emma Approved and The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy. For two years she was Director of Content and Social Media for VidCon and was a producer at Felicia Day’s YouTube Premium Channel Geek & Sundry, where she produced the Geekie Award-Winning Talkin’ Comics Weekly. Most recently, she was Head of Production for NewMediaRockstars before co-founding Discourse Productions, a boutique production company specializing in digital media content and events. She doesn’t have a lot of free time.
Joe Cucinotti is a media production and management professional with more than 21 years of experience in the Dallas/Fort Worth radio market working on and off the air. He co-created, directed, wrote and starred in the short-lived “Variants” web-series about the misfit crew that works in a Dallas comic book shop. Joe is also a Professional Voice Actor and can be heard in “One Piece”, “Star Blazers 2202”, “My Roommate is a Cat”, “Midnight Occult Civil Servants” and “ID: Invaded” and the video game “Max Payne 3”. He co-hosts The Editing Bay podcast where he and his friends, Joel and Tes, talk way too much about movies that probably don’t deserve to be talked about. He loves “Star Wars”, “G.I. Joe”, “Scott Pilgrim” and once sang karaoke with the cast of “Supernatural”. His crowning achievement, however, is being Sara’s husband and Harper and James’ dad.
Michael C. Dougherty is a writer/director/producer who created the Joss Whedon blessed Firefly fan film “Browncoats: Redemption” (2010). He’s also produced films Ninjas Vs Monsters (2012), You're F@#K'n Dead (2016), and Nowhere Alaska (2020). When he’s not working on indie films, he is an avid fan of Doctor Who, Star Wars, Disney, and more nostalgia based nerdy than he can shake a roll of arcade quarters at. He currently resides in New Jersey where he owns his own marketing consulting company, Blunt Force Consulting.
Barry Dougherty graduated in 2000 with a BA in Theater, minor in English from Temple University. For the past nineteen years, Barry can be found at Harmony Theater on Saturday mornings where he serves as Artistic Director. Harmony's mission is to give theatrical experiences to adults with Developmental Disabilities. He is also the Extra-Curricular director for the musical theater program at Keith Valley Middle School. While his days are spent like any artist: struggling to keep his theatrical dreams alive and trying to pay the bills, he accomplishes this by working for “the man.”