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Louisiana filmmakers Allison Bohl DeHart and Peter DeHart explore intimacy and legacy, often training their camera on aging, idiosyncratic figures. Through their artistic imprint and design company Makemade, they produce playful, clever and thoughtfully stylized visual works that cast an empathetic lens on their subjects.

The husband and wife team share an intense and enterprising creativity, with an expansive portfolio in the fields of product design, photography, illustration, graphic design, and music.  

Allison won New Orleans Film Festival awards for her work on the short-form documentaries I Always Do My Collars First and Raised on Rice and Gravy, two films that find beauty in the ordinary folkways of south Louisiana.  

Peter is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design and a veteran of several film productions.  

Together, the two have produced music videos and concert documentaries that have been featured in Rolling Stone, Flood, and Paste Magazine. They will release Bending Lines, their debut feature documentary, this fall.


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As a cinematographer, Matt S. Bell brings more than a decade's worth of experience behind the camera.

He started his career as a stills photographer, winning a number of awards and quickly gaining a reputation for his unique, impactful and filmic work. After completing a residency program in Paris, Matt transitioned into moving pictures. He has photographed numerous feature films, commercials, and music videos. His feature projects include Syfy's Mississippi River Sharks, Sawyer Hartman's The Parallax Theory, and Misty Talley's documentary The Tiger & the Oak.

Matt uses his extensive experience with big budget feature films and project management as the first line of essential tools in getting projects completed on time, under budget and exceeding expectation. Add in his award winning camera work and you have yourself a go-to cinematographer.

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Lisa Osborn is a sculptor living and working in Louisiana.



In the last ten years, Danny Reisch has worked out of dozens of studios producing and engineering countless records. Danny was awarded the Austin Music Award for “Best Producer” 2010/2011 and Good Danny’s was named Best Recording Studio at the AMP Austin Music Industry Awards 2013. In 2014 Good Danny’s was named “Best Grand Slam Recording Studio,” in The Austin Chronicle’s “Best of Austin Awards.” He has custom designed samples and loops for the Akai MPC for artists such as Andre 3000, U2, Jay Z and the Spice Girls and has mixed many television and film projects.

 Danny carries a Bachelor’s in Music from Texas State University with an emphasis on recording and production. He plays drums, guitar and piano, and has a deep understanding of music theory, arrangement, part writing and harmonization. In his “spare” time, Danny drums for Shearwater and Other Lives, touring and making friends all over the world – playing music, as well as recording it.

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Chad Viator has been working as a musician and teacher for over 15 years. In 2000 he graduated from the University of Louisiana obtaining a BA in music concentrating on classical guitar performance and electronic media.  During this time he was given the opportunity to study with Dr. Gerd Wuestemann, Manuel Barrueco, Christopher Parkening, and John Holmquist.  Chad participated in various guitar competitions in the United States winning the Pine Belt Guitar Symposium and Lamson Guitar competition in 1998.  Upon graduating, he began to travel across the United States as well as internationally as a guitarist performing in many festivals including: The New Orleans Jazz Festival, The High Sierra Music Festival, Cayamo Cruise, South by Southwest, D-Fest, Festival Du Voyageur, Louisiana Crossroads, City Stages, The Waterfront Blues festival and has shared the stage with artist such as Sonny Landreth, Jimmy Buffett, Lionel Richie, Los Lobos, The Nevill Brothers, Buckwheat Zydeco, Michael Doucet, Johnny Allen, Belton Richard, Roddie Romero, Joel Guzman, GIVERS, The Acadiana Symphony Orchestra, Stanton Moore, Mark Broussard, and others.  In 20017 he was nominated for a Grammy award for his work on the album Gulfstream by Roddie Romero and the Hub City Allstars.

Chad is currently teaching  music for the Lafayette Parish gifted and talented arts program.  In addition to teaching and performing, Chad has started Picture Book Sound Studio which specializes in film scoring and music recording/production.  Chad has composed and produced music for LCVC, Makemade, Construct Films as well as various independent directors and songwriters.

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Sean Manuel is a South Louisiana-based photographer and cinematographer. He’s been working in film and photography for over ten years. Sean and his wife, Ashley, own BrightSide Pictures in Lafayette, Louisiana.





Max Lorenzen is an audio engineer based in Austin, TX. He has been working in post production and music recording, mixing and mastering for nine years. He has served as a house engineer at the award winning studio Good Danny's for five years and records on-location classical music performances for Tonehaus. 

In 2009, Max graduated from American University in Washington DC, where he majored in Audio Production with a minor in Music Theory.