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Erin Marie Davis is a photographer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Erin has written and produced a number of successful indie projects such as the “Meat Man: The Musical,” and “The Way To Kevin,” and co-founded the video production and editing business, Reel 9 Productions. She currently works as the Director of Production at the Hollywood Laugh Factory and is a photo expedition leader for National Geographic. In her spare time, Erin podcasts and creates original content with her comedy venture, Unimaginary Friend.

Nathan Edmondson is a Los Angeles-based actor, improviser and filmmaker. A graduate of Oberlin College, Nathan co-founded the popular Philadelphia improv troupe Rare Bird Show which headlined numerous comedy festivals including the Del Close Improv Marathon, the Chicago Improv Festival and the Toronto International Improv Festival. He was a founding producer of The Philadelphia Improv Festival and a performer, instructor and director for the Philly Improv Theater.

In Los Angeles, he performed with the iO West Harold Team Little Women. Nathan trained and supervised 100 + actors as the first Theatrical Director of Terror Behind the Walls, a Haunted Attraction and primary fundraiser for the National Historic Site Eastern State Penitentiary, which was ranked the No. 1 Haunted House in America by AOL City Guide. In 2008, Nathan co-founded Reel 9 Productions which has produced a number of award-winning short and feature length narrative and documentary films. His  comedy group Unimaginary Friend produces short comedic films and the weekly podcast the Unimaginary Friendcast.