Cristina Cassidy, Director/Executive Producer
Cristina, who attended elementary and middle school with Charles and Christopher Rex, always wanted to produce a documentary about the brothers for years. She has over 20 years of experience as a video producer, writing and producing video in a variety of formats for overseas broadcast while working for video production company in the Washington, D.C., area. She has directed overseas shoots in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Germany, and Turkey. Cristina lives in Charlotte where she runs Cristina Cassidy Productions, LLC. She works as a director, producer, writer, editor, videographer, and interviewer (in both English and Spanish)Her company provides a variety of video services for corporate and non-profit clients. Her greatest passion is to create documentaries that offer a unique and intimate look into the lives and minds of artists. Concerto is her first self-financed feature-length documentary.
Chris English Pittman, Producer/Senior Editor
Chris began his film career by making 8mm films with his brothers and a few young friends. In college, he studied Theatre and Film while playing drums and singing in a popular alt-country band. A serious singer/songwriter, he has worked with acts ranging from Hall and Oates and The Beach Boys to alt-metal act, King’s X. Chris recorded for the SideBMusic label where his first solo release, Dreamtown, achieved critical acclaim. He has composed music for a few short features, documentary films and television commercials. Chris scored The Inexpressible Horror, a short by Charles Meauhead, and served as one of the film’s editors. He has worked in the art department on a number of films, including Diane Keaton’s Wildflower and Murder in New Hampshire. Recently, he has been an assistant art director for ABC Television, and art directed the indie thriller, A Box for Rob, from Uptone Pictures. Chris also served as director of photography for MBR Productions biopic, Realms. He remained engaged with the project during post-production, acting as sound editor for the film. Coming on board as final-cut editor for Concerto has been, for Chris, a labor of love.
Jordan Marshall, Producer/Editor/Camera
Jordan is the owner/president of StoryWorks Digital, Inc. and works as a producer and editor for projects throughout the United States. Some of the projects he has worked on include “Heaven on Earth: A Documentary about Spirituality and Nature", The American Cancer Society’s “Story Studio: America’s Stories of Hope", feature-length documentary "The Final Gift", documentary short “Ya Working?", and multiple other projects for non-profit organizations around the country.
Adam Jones, Director of Photography/Audio Specialist
Adam resides in Atlanta, and has been a camera operator for over fifteen years. He attributes his lighting and framing skills to the fact that he started out as a still photographer. In addition to his filming talent, Adam has extensive experience as an audio engineer. He has filmed programs for broadcast, long and short form documentaries, commercials and special events. His clients include the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the American Cancer Society. Adam’s love for and knowledge of classical music have added much to the production and has informed his artistic approach to the production.