Beth Ryne is a Los Angeles-based acting teacher, audition coach, director, and casting professional. Casting credits for Television include DEAD TO ME, THE RED LINE, TREADSTONE, PROJECT BLUE BOOK, JACK RYAN, ALTERED CARBON, AMERICAN GOTHIC, I'M DYING UP HERE, and MASTERS OF SEX. For the stage, she cast the west coast premiere of Ike Holter's play HIT THE WALL and an ensemble production of SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE: REVISITED, produced by Jane Wagner and Lily Tomlin.
Sa'iyda is a writer who lives in Los Angeles with her partner, son and 3 pets. When she has time you can find her in the kitchen, listening to music, or reading a book. For most of her childhood and adolescence, she was studying to be an actor, but after graduating from Emerson College, she decided that she could turn her writing hobby into a career. She spent five years writing for a popular parenting and lifestyle site where her work met at the intersections of parenthood, race, sexuality and class. Over the years she has also written entertainment pieces for various outlets where she offered critiques and honed her interview skills. Now she is parlaying her love of organization into being the associate producer for 'Feeling Seen'.
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Katie Walker has been working as a cinematographer for the past ten years- everything from commercials to documentaries. The feature film she shot in 2018, “Chasing Sunshine,” won the Audience Choice Award at the Sherman Oaks Film Festival. She also shot a feature documentary “Educated; Not Trained” about the struggles of young girls in rural India, which is slated for release in 2022. She shot the comedy short film “Dicky Sledgehammer” which won best cinematography at the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival as well as the Culver City Film Festival. Recently, she finished work on the short film "Blue Sense," a retro scifi short set in the 70's about psychics working with the FBI. Katie loves making movie magic and collaborating with other passionate filmmakers.