Jenna Winters has spent more than a decade producing television for networks like Fox, E!, Lifetime and Oxygen. She spent the early years of her career working as a reporter for “The Santa Fe New Mexican” and news affiliates of ABC, NBC and CBS. Jenna is also grateful for the training she received while earning a Bachelor’s degree from the University of New Mexico and a Master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University. While spending the bulk of her career at the longtime Fox hit series, “America’s Most Wanted,” Jenna learned how to take even the most gut-wrenching story and turn it into an emotional story about a human, instead of a story about a crime. For that, she earned a reputation in the industry for creating pieces that go straight to the heart. Winters knew she wanted to be a journalist from a young age when she’d spy on the camera crews that visited her home on a regular basis to interview her father – sculptor Michael Naranjo. It has been her life-long dream to take a turn telling her mother and father’s story. She feels there is no one on Earth better equipped to give a unique and deep perspective to this story.
Bill Stengel grew up in the wilds of the suburbs outside New York City. When he was 12, his dad gave him a Canon AE-1 to keep him occupied while the two worked on the Finback, a whale watch boat out of Montauk. Long days, often 100 miles offshore in search of whales, Bill explored the Finback with the camera in hand. He has a B.F.A. in photography from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.
The latest incarnation of his career has him working as a DP/Director on commercial motion projects ranging from corporate bank testimonials to making content for Land Rover to following fishermen throughout Northern Nevada for Outside Magazine.
See Bill's work at billstengel.com
Being a native New Mexican, Seth Fuller has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Cinematography and Film/Video Production from Santa Fe University of Art and design where he was mentored by Sundance winning filmmakers, Chris Eyre and Hank Rogerson.
Seth is also a cinematographer which results in a directing style that puts a lot of emphasis on how characters and scenarios are visually represented and the emotional weight which that communicates. Exploring a vast array of visual skill sets, Seth has found his passion as a director where the compositing of the image, sound, and thematic subtext have the power to create a conscious and emotional response within the viewer.
See Seth's work at arrowparis.com
Laurie Naranjo has built her career managing the artwork and studio of Michael Naranjo. Over her tenure, she has become an arts administrator in her own right. She has curated touchable art shows in museums and universities across the globe and has partnered with organizations, schools, media outlets and charitable groups, all in the name of art. Laurie has also made it her own mission to ensure that Michael’s work is recognized beyond their lifetime. Her hope and passion is ensuring that art is accessible and enjoyed by everyone. Laurie has authored and published, “Inner Vision: The Sculpture of Michael Naranjo,” a book compiling 40 years of Michael’s work in bronze.