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Julie Lynch

After early success in Investment Banking, Julie left Wall Street to forge a career in the arts. She's produced two feature films and has developed and/or written film and Television projects in every genre. Her screenplays have been commissioned and optioned by Oscar and Emmy-winning producers. Her directorial debut, Getting Off, which starred Oscar-nominated Amy Ryan and Tony-nominated David Marshall Grant, premiered at The Toronto International Film Festival to critical acclaim, won several awards and was acquired by Showtime, Netflix and Hulu. Her thriller, Dark Desire, starring Michael Nouri and Kelly Lynch, was acquired by Lifetime.

Over the years, Julie has been interviewed on CNN, PBS, Good Morning America, Court TV, and every U.S. network affiliate and has been featured in “Vogue,” “The Hollywood Reporter” and “Cover Magazine.”

A native of Alden, Pennsylvania, Julie graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Villanova University School of Business.  She is a member of TEAM SOAR, an advocacy program for Speaking Out About Rape, Inc., and an award-winning activist for the prevention of child sexual abuse. She is also a long standing member of SAG and an avid rescuer of cats.


Sheree J. Wilson

Sheree gained worldwide recognition playing the role of April Stevens on the CBS mega-hit series, Dallas, opposite Patrick Duffy. She then played Alex Cahill for the entire eight year run of Walker, Texas Ranger, opposite Chuck Norris.

Sheree J. Wilson has produced three feature films, Easy Rider: The Ride Back, a prequel to the cult favorite, Easy Rider, The Gundown, and Dug Up

Sheree has starred in many films, including Sam Raimi’s Crimewave, the ABC/Aaron Spelling MOW, Velvet, Fraternity Vacation with Tim Robbins, the CBS miniseries Kane & Abel, with Peter Strauss, and News at Eleven with Martin Sheen. 

A native of Boulder, Colorado, Sheree resides in Los Angeles and is a mother to two sons, Luke and Nicolas. She is also a longstanding member of SAG, WGA, and PGA. She founded the White Bridle Therapeutic Horsemanship, an equine therapy program for children with Autism and special needs and remains on the board.  She rides the rodeo circuit for various charities on cutting horses.

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Vince Morella

Born in Louisiana, Vince Morella received his degree in Accounting and Business Administration from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette.  Shortly thereafter Vince earned his CPA certificate while employed with an International CPA firm.  Vince's career also includes operating his own successful CPA practice for ten years in addition to owning and operating several successful businesses in the fuel, retail, real estate, family entertainment and health care industries.

Vince's experience in the film industry includes being Executive Producer of seven feature films, including Burning Palms, written and directed by Christopher Landon.


Vicki Light

With over two decades as an inspirational figure in the entertainment industry, Vicki began her career as the owner of the highly successful The Light Company Modeling and Commercial Agency in Denver, Colorado. She then moved to Los Angeles to open her extraordinarily successful boutique theatrical agency, The Light Company Theatrical Agency. She also opened The Light Company of Japan, in Tokyo, representing A-List actors for joint projects for Asia and the U.S.

Vicki represented many iconic actors, including Florence Henderson, Don Knotts, Dick Van Patten, C. Thomas Howell, Patti LaBelle, Corey Haim, Michael Nouri, Sheree J. Wilson, and many others.

A native of LaCygne, Kansas, Vicki is an avid art collector, longstanding member of SAG, a lecturer and contributor to The American Film Institute, and a longtime supporter of The MS Society.

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Colton Meacham

Colton worked as an Executive Assistant for The Light Company Talent Management  as well as Inspiration Station Productions prior to joining Sandalphon Entertainment as Director of Development. Colton uses his vast knowledge of story, cinema and pop culture as well as his connections throughout the entertainment industry -- in film, television, and professional sports -- making him an invaluable asset to the production team. 

The son of former New York Yankee Shortstop, Bobby Meacham, Colton won a baseball scholarship to Regis University in his hometown of Denver, Colorado where he studied film and television under the tutelage of Sandra Gabrych, the Chairman of the Colorado Film School, formerly of ICM. He also assisted in the formation of the Regis University chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, where he had the opportunity to share his Christian faith and beliefs with his fellow students and members of the community.

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Peter B. Miller
Advisor, Corporate Strategy

Peter B. Miller has been a pioneer in the software industry for decades. He co-founded ON Technology, a company that created the first applications for group collaboration. He co-founded, one of the first Internet-based travel companies. He was hired by Apple to develop a new generation of personal computer software. He worked at Viacom / MTV in developing novel concepts in interactive entertainment. He partnered with John Sculley and his brothers in an investment boutique that funded the first successful effort to build organic light-emitting diode-based screens. In 2000, he and his two partners founded two the world’s first “cloud-computing” big-data company. In 2004, Mr. Miller was recruited by the Department of Homeland Security where he was responsible for overseeing research efforts. He received the Department’s Award for Excellence in recognition of his work. In 2006, he received an appointment from Vanderbilt University Medical Center to create a laboratory to develop advanced clinical uses of information technology. In 2013, he co-founded a transmedia company in San Francisco. Mr. Miller is also a novelist and screenwriter. He lives in Sarasota, Florida with his wife, Dr. Martha Harrison. 

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Ken Bank
Story Consultant

According to Ken Bank, story is everything. "The most visually mesmerizing sequences don't mean a thing without a dramatcially compelling and structurally sturdy story at its core." Ken loves the industry and considers it a family business.   His father was a producer (with a really big desk!) and his mom was a starlet with a studio contract (and a foggy memory of meeting Howard Hughes). Ken was educated at UCLA and the American Film Institute and has worked for Warner Bros, HBO, and CBS.

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