Morgan Millogo has a BFA in Film and Television Production from NYU. She spent five years in Seattle working in front of and behind the camera for shorts and ultra-low budget independent films. During this time, she was also a burlesque performer, emcee, and show producer. After her father unexpectedly died in 2010, Morgan lived a nomadic lifestyle while she attended Contemporary Shamanic Practitioner’s Training in Glastonbury, England. Five years of diving deep into grief and healing, Morgan found herself back in NYC joining NYWIFT and an acting class to get her creativity flowing again. Tabs & Clea was initially workshopped as a scene that turned into web series shot in the Hudson Valley. Using her experience in production resourcefulness from the Seattle indy world, Morgan was able to pull together a cast and crew ready to show off their own talent, skills, and resourcefulness in Tabs & Clea.
Rachael Saltzman has over 12 years of experience in Film and Television. Starting out in Theater and Rock n’ Roll, Rachael found herself drawn to the camera and began her venture into still photography. Inspired by the strange, the fantastic, the surreal, and ethereal, Rachael found muses in the fringe art worlds. The transition to film and video production was natural. Commercially, she has shot for Pfizer and L’Oréal. Her additional day jobs consist of gaffing and programming for a multitude of narrative series and talk shows, such as Evil, The Good Fight, and She’s Gotta Have it. In her limited free time, she looks for projects with intriguing stories where she can truly inject her vision.
David Woodard has had 20 years of experience working in film and video production. Right out of college David began working at RKO Pictures in New York and was quickly promoted to Director of Operations/ Creative Executive. In that duel position David developed several films including ARE WE DONE YET, BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT and raised funds for Tony award-winning Broadway productions such as GYPSY, ANNIE, CURTAINS and more. After his time at RKO Pictures. David took a year off to participate in the AmericanCorps / Solar Corp Service program at GRID Alternatives a non profit solar company that helps no and low income home owners benefit from the savings of Solar Energy. During his service year, David managed the warehouse inventory as well as designed and installed solar systems for hundreds of homes, David’s efforts saved tens of thousands of trees. Once his service year was over, David moved to Los Angeles where he worked in the development working on such projects as SICARIO DAY OF THE SOLDADO and ONLY THE BRAVE as well as other productions. David is excited to be a part of the team and bring his energy and experience.