CLIF LORD (Writer/Director/Producer)
is an independent filmmaker and screenwriter who works primarily in features and commercials. Doobious Sources represents his debut as a feature director and producer. He holds an MFA from UCLA in Motion Picture Production and lives in Los Angeles with his wife.
CONCETTA HALSTEAD (Producer/Editor)
is an award winning designer and editor. She has worked in music and film for over twenty years with a wide range of clients including rock band Tool and movie studios Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures. Doobious Sources is her first feature as editor and producer.
CHRISTOPHER LORD (Producer/Composer)
is a highly sought after composer who has worked on the television shows, How To Get Away With Murder, The Family and Detroit 187. In addition to multiple features, he has also scored many video games. Doobious Sources is a departure from his normally more orchestral scores and he is very excited by the opportunity to work in a different musical idiom.
SAM BURTON (Producer)
is the grandson of Samuel Goldwyn and the nephew of Tony Goldwyn. Film has been in his blood since childhood and, after graduating from The Berkeley College of Music, he headed to Los Angeles to get into the family business. Doobious Sources is the first film he’s produced. He has now ventured into producing films for virtual reality.
E. SHEPHERD STEVENSON (Composer)
played bass for the seminal L.A. hard rock band, Pygmy Love Circus. He has also played with The Aviators, Danny Carey and many others. In addition to composing film music, Shepherd is also an actor and appears as the maître‘d in Doobious Souces. This film is the first time he has worked with Christopher Lord on a score and the blending of their two sensibilities created a sound that is a new direction for both of them.
JEANNIE FLYNN (Costume Designer)
is an Emmy Nominated Costume designer whose love of whimsy and color perfectly pairs with the off-beat characters of Doobious Sources. She has worked on films like Avatar and Oh Brother Where Art Thou? Currently, she is the costume designer on the long running TV series Bones.
MIKI MIYAZAKI (Editor)
is originally from Yokohama, Japan. She came to the U.S. to study filmmaking at Cal State Northridge and decided to concentrate on editing. She has cut numerous TV commercials and music videos as well as award winning documentaries. Doobious Sources marks her first narrative feature film. Miki has a dynamic editorial style that complements the found footage, news gathering style of the film.
STEPHEN TREADWAY (Director of Photography)
spent many years working as a camera assistant in New York for directors like Gregory Hoblit and Abel Ferrara. He also served as lighting director for a number of television shows including, The Marie Show. Doobious Sources marks his first effort as director of photography on a feature and he found the experience so demanding, he had a nervous breakdown, quit show business and went into construction.