Just like any good family, we have a full range of backgrounds and personalities backing our success.
Here is our family tree.
Daniel Hess - Lead Videographer
Daniel Hess is a graduate of Towson University’s Electronic Media and Film Department class of 2012. Daniel was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland with a passion for academics as well as film. Growing up Daniel enjoyed Godzilla films and many cultures from around the world. He started writing stories at a young age and as he grew up began to want to see his creations come to life. Once at Towson Daniel worked on several short films which were accepted into various film festivals and won the Towson 72 Hour Film Festival in 2011. He founded To Tony Productions in memory of his cousin Anthony Ranoiccha III who passed away from CF at the age of 14 in 2009 and takes all the key cinematic knowledge into each project he works on.
Lauren Hamm - Marketing and Design Specialist
While working her way through design school, Lauren found herself consulting small businesses and startups in social media, networking, and marketing. Growing up in a business household taught her exactly how important customer happiness and alertness to detail really makes the experience an unforgettable one. Lauren fills the spaces between work by picking up design projects and expeditions around the eastern coast.
Edgar David Nazario
Originally hailing from Puerto Rico, he got his start lensing music videos for local and out-of-state artists, as well as serving as director and cinematographer in narrative projects. He has shot over 20 music videos, several shorts, and is currently developing a sci-fi series pilot titled The Emergence, and his first feature film, The Girl From The Stars.
Raised in the United Kingdom, Paul now hails from the outer suburbs of Washington DC, where he has nearly ten years of experience shooting events for the conference and convention industry. He has covered corporate, governmental, and nonprofit events held at conferences all over the nation. When not hard at work, Paul spends his time practicing guitar and motorcycling.
Justinian Dispenza has spent the past 5 years traveling around the world and creating socially charged and experimental short form documentaries. He worked for 4 years in China on projects for clients such as the UN, Chinese Central TV, and National Geographic Expeditions. His video work has led him all over Europe, through the jungles of India, and into the mystical panda mountains of Western China. He recently returned to the USA to work on commercial and wedding video projects.