John McCarthy's career started very early, working as an editor and camera operator at a local TV station while still in high school. John then attended film school at Five Towns College in Long Island, NY. After graduation, John went on to work as a set production assistant on several television shows in New York City, including Law and Order: SVU and Gossip Girl. A few years later, John found his way back to New England, where he has focused on freelance directing, cinematography and editing, working with Boston's top advertising firms as well as producing original, small business advertising content. John is also a proud member of IATSE Local 600. Credits include; Spotlight, Equalizer 2 and Chappaquiddick.
Trevor Carmick is a video editor and motion graphics artist with a backgound in both long and short form video for television and web. Trevor has worked on everything from feature length documentaries to national broadcast commercials. Before moving to Boston, Trevor was the head editor of the Mountain Lake PBS series, Mountain Lake Journal Extra. While editing this weekly program, Mountain Lake PBS won the annual NYSBA for "Outstanding Public Affairs Program or Series." He also honed his editing and After Effects skills on the nationally broadcasted documentary, Forgotten War: The Struggle for North America. When Trevor isn't busy in editing, you can find him drinking a beer and working on his blog, Beer Labels in Motion.
Charlie Foerschner is an IATSE Local 600 camera assistant and freelance cinematographer. Chalie attended BOCES Technical School where he took an interest in film production. From there, he went on to attend film school at Five Towns College. While at Five Towns, Charlie took an internship at Panavision, NY which eventually led him to a full time position as a film loader on the NBC show, Law and Order: SVU. Charlie currently works on the CBS Television show Elementary and works with Wow Signal Media when his production schedule allows.