Directed By Kevin Sean Michaels
"Vampira: The Movie" logo by Daniel Reeve
Based on the number of people worldwide who have seen and loved his work, Daniel Reeve is one of the most famous artists in history, although few know his name. He created logos, props and artwork for several of the most popular and award winning movies in recent years, including Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Chronicles of Narnia, Pirates of the Caribbean, and King Kong, as well as for hundreds of pieces of associated merchandise. Astounding for both its quality and quantity, Daniel Reeve's art shows a mastery of the calligraphic form and is in a class by itself. We are thrilled with the logo he created for Vampira: The Movie, and hope to work with him again on future projects.
Kevin Sean Michaels
Animation: Mike Gaiss of Cerebral Studios Animations
Music Supervision: Kevin Sean Michaels
Audio Re-Recording: Valerie Gentile
Valerie Gentile is a freelance recording and mastering engineer. She graduated from Five Towns College with a Bachelors of Professional Studies with a concentration in Audio Recording Technology; there she also worked as a studio assistant. She interned at recording studio The Magic Shop for three years, and has worked in many other studios within New York City. Valerie has had the honor of working with many different recording artists including Norah Jones and Mindless Self Indulgence, and currently plays bass for the band North.
Legal: Theodora Michaels, Esq.
Theodora Michaels has been working in the music industry since 1987, and as an attorney at one of the world's largest independent music publishers since 1998. She recently branched into the film industry, drafting agreements for several upcoming features. A graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Theodora has extensive experience in researching copyright law issues, and is especially interested in fair use and the interplay of older laws with modern technologies. She recently served as a judge in the Cardozo/BMI Entertainment and Communications Law Moot Court Competition, and participated in a roundtable discussion hosted by the U.S. Copyright Office with top officials from Apple, Microsoft, ASCAP, BMI, RIAA and other music industry groups.