Jeffrey James Binney

Executive Producer

Jeffrey is without question one of the entertainment industry’s most talented and arresting minds. A true comedic genius.
— Deb Binney (Jeffrey's Mom), Fan Club President



Blindingly Pale.

Jeffrey James Binney is a Los Angeles based actor, singer, comedian, nanny, and "athlete."  Jeffrey grew up on a farm in Laredo, MO and then moved to Brooklyn, NY after receiving his B.F.A. in Musical Theatre Performance from Missouri State University.  Jeffrey has been seen on Late Night With David Letterman, in the 1st National Tour and Chicago Company of the Broadway musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and at comedy clubs and festivals across the country.  For more about Jeffrey check out his extremely outdated website at

Jon Lile

Director Of Photography

Growing up in the Midwest, Jon Lile has always been enamored with films and the process of making them. It wasn’t until he moved to Los Angeles in 2006 that he found his home behind the camera. Whether working on a short film, documentary or music video, Jon enjoys translating the director’s vision and collaborating with the production team to create something that will affect those who view it.



Ian Sharman


Ian has been racing around the world in all styles of events since 2005 and coaching since 2010, having run around 200 ultras and marathons in every type of weather and on all terrains. He's won almost 50 multi-day races, road marathons, trail ultras and adventure races with experience of running in many mountain ranges, including the Himalayas, Andes, Rockies and European Alps. He also holds the fastest time in a trail 100-mile race in the US (12h44m), the record for the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning (69h49m) and is the 2013 Leadville Trail 100 Champion.

Eric Roediger

Film Editing and 3-D Motion Graphics

Eric Roediger is an animator and editor at Boy Wonder Productions in Brooklyn, NY.  His work can be seen on DiY's Rescue My Renovation and Daryl's Restoration OverHall.  Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, he has lived in NYC for about 8 years.  He once stuck his tongue to the barrel of a frozen, steel, gun barrel with live ammunition in it.  He's not proud of this, but he wanted to get it off his chest.