Todd Norwood (writer/director/”Nick”)
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Todd Norwood (Writer/Director/Editor/”Nick”) Todd created “Meet the Mayfarers” and plays the role of Nick. Todd is also a feature film director. His most recent project is the romantic comedy feature “Tricks of a Woman.” The film stars Vincent Pastore, (“The Sopranos”) Natasha Lyonne, (“American Pie,” “The Slums of Beverly Hills”) Scott Elrod, (“Men in Trees”) and Carlos Leon. (“Oz”) The film won “Best Feature Film” at the Monaco Film Festival. He’s directed the dramatic-comedy film “The Wayfarers” which won “Best Picture” at the SNOB film festival as well as the thriller “Blackwater Farm.” He also directed the short film, “Jack Milton: Fairy Tale Detective” which won “Best Story” and “Best Achievement in Creativity” at the Boston International Film Festival.
Adam Starr (Director of Photography)
Emmy Award Winning Cinematographer Adam Starr’s work has been showcased on major broadcast and cable networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Discovery Channel etc.) and also theatrically in both small underground cinema and major national and international theater chain venues (Loews, AMC). Even the high seas have been “graced” by Adam’s creative vision – playing aboard Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships. His concentration is on strong original cinematic imagery. As such, much of his work is executed through the format of music videos; he has created music videos for Country, Hip-Hop, Gothic, and Pop artists including work for the group, Sister Sledge (We are Family). Adam also works heavily in visual effects, animation and 3D for web, TV and cinema alike. During time spent away from the cameras, lights and computers, Adam labors for several environmental and social-welfare organizations. He also studies history, the sciences, permaculture and sustainable building techniques. He lives in Southern New Hampshire in a self-built “eco-house.”
Patrick Johnson (Post-Production Supervisor)
Patrick is excited to be part of the Mayfarers team! When he’s not color correcting, making graphics or tweaking the sound mix, he produces short documentaries featuring stories of artists, musicians and the New England working class. His work has been featured on boingboing.net and steampunkworkshop.com. Additionally, he has cut four feature films to date, including Todd Norwood’s “The Wayfarers” and “Blackwater Farm”, as well as the underground documentary “The Treasures of Long Gone John” and indie horror film “Comedy Hell,” starring Eric Roberts and Victoria Platt. To check out more of Patrick’s work, visit www.journeymanstudios.com.
Beth Anderson (Key Grip/2nd camera)
Beth began working in film and commercials as a camera loader and has been a member of the International Cinematographers Guild since 2006.Beth is also a member of IATSE Local 481 as a set dresser and assistant propmaster. She has worked on such films as “Black Irish,” “Normal Adolescent Behavior,” “Everybody Wants to Be Italian,” “Shuttle,” and most recently Richard Kelly’s “The Box” starring Cameron Diaz and “Don Mckay” starring Thomas Haden Church and Elizabeth Shue.
Phil Santoro (Key grip/2nd camera)
Phil Santoro is a video producer from www.parkervillageproductions.com.who does everything from pre-production to post. He specializes in producing video for the web, and you can check out his work at
Amy Stahl – (Script Supervisor)
I make sure everything gets shot and I the take notes on Todd’s shots that help him while he’s editing. When I’m not doing this, I work as a Financial and Project Manager for web sites and I have my BFA in Illustration.
Jason Sheehan (Boom Operator/Crew/”Odd Assortment of Characters”)
Jason has worked on a few independent films, but can usually be found doing tech at The Footlight Club (America’s oldest community theater) in Jamaica Plain, MA. This is Jason’s first venture into the on screen side of things (even though you may not always see him). He would like to thank the cast & crew for some of the smoothest and most enjoyable shoots. He would like to thank Todd for the opportunity to play some new (and usually extremely odd) roles. Finally he would like to thank his family and his girlfriend Amy for their continued love & support.