Andy Peeke - "Max", co-writer
As an actor, Andy was recently featured as an Ivy League criminal in the NBC crime series “Taxi Brooklyn.” He has also made appearances on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing,” Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” “The Talk” on CBS and he has appeared regularly on ABC’s “What Would You Do?” Andy has also starred in a number of romantic comedy films, most notably “Fire Island” and “Chocolate is not Better than Sex.” Andy also played the role of Malcolm Love in the off-broadway show "That Bachelorette Show". As a TV host, Andy is currently appearing in “All-American Makers” on Discovery Science. He has also appeared as a recurring host on the Z Living Network’s “The Juice,” Women’s Entertainment Channel’s “3 Men and a Chick Flick,” and TV gameshow “City Smart NY.” Andy has also been featured in ESPN’s “Sports Century” and CMT “40 Hottest Country Music Stars.” Andy has performed as a regular on the New York City Stand-Up Comedy Circuit and in the NYC Underground Comedy Festival. Andy regularly hosts and emcees live events nationally and is on the executive team for the Take Two Film Festival in NYC. He is the father of two children (possibly more, but not confirmed). Find out more at: www.AndyPeeke.com and @AndyPeeke on IG and Twitter.
Heather Brittain O'Scanlon - "Misti", co-writer, producer
Heather is an award-winning actor and filmmaker, who is becoming a regular fixture on the independent film scene. She recently nabbed a co-star role on Blue Bloods (CBS). Look for her to hit the festival circuit in several new films – including “Tom’s Dilemma”, a feature directed by Miguel Gluckstern, and produced by the Sundance award-winning Darren Dean (“The Florida Project”, “Tangerine”), “As It Seems”, a Nancy Menagh film, in which Heather has the lead role, the Vimeo Staff Pick “At The End Of The Cul-De-Sac”, a Paul Trillo film which was featured in TIME Magazine and premiered at the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2017, and “Therapy, Bro”, directed by John Hedlund and starring Francesco Nuzzi (“Star Crossed Lovers”, Wally Marzano-Lesnevich (“Almost Paris”) and Garry Pastore (HBO’s “The Deuce”).
Heather is President of SOS Productions, a film production company. She is currently in pre-production with the 1970’s thriller “Victim No. 6“, shooting Spring 2019!
Heather is also a member of the board of directors for the Garden State Film Festival, New Jersey’s Premier Independent Film Festival .
In addition to her film work, Heather is a freelance TV/Red Carpet host. Heather also has done a number of commercials, as well as voice over work for television, commercials and film.
Find out more at HeatherBOS.com and @HeatherOScanlon on social media.
Beth Spitalny - director
Beth is an award winning writer and director currently residing in New York City and was recently selected as 1 of 5 finalists for the prestigious HBO/DGA Directing Fellowship. Beth started her career at MTV's News and Docs department producing shows such as the Emmy award winning series, MADE, as well as TRUE LIFE and HIGH SCHOOL STORIES. In 2006 Beth headed to Los Angeles to receive her MFA from USC's School of Cinematic Arts where she focused on writing and directing narrative works. While at USC, Beth was selected as one of ten Coca-Cola refreshing filmmaker finalists from around the country. Beth was also a Jack Oakie Feature Length Comedic Screenplay Award recipient for her screenplay SINGLE AT SEA as well as a Heineken Shoot For the Stars Music Video finalist. Beth was also the recipient of the Panavision new Filmmaker grant in 2009.
Beth has directed over 20 episodes of various true crime series for Discovery ID including the highest rated of their series, RedRum. She's also directed branded content for MTV, Coca-Cola, Myshape.com,The American Heart Association and Style.com. Beth is thrilled to be joining the HOUSE BROKEN team as it will be her third short film on the east coast. Find out more about Beth at http://bethspitalny.weebly.com
Nicola Raggi - director of photography
Born and raised in Italy, Nico was a devoted student of film theories and the practice of filmmaking with italian contemporary masters of lighting. From the beginning, his studies opened his mind to cinematography.
Nico is now an award-winning director of photography, based in New York City. He is constantly involved in film productions as cinematographer, colorist and editor all around the world. Nico is a motivated, highly sought after cinematographer with unique artistic sensibilities, and a visionary editor and colorist with 7 years of experience in all aspects of motion pictures, film, and video industry. Nico has a a mature, original style marked by a maniacal attention to composition, lighting and details. In addition to working on various film projects, Nico taught cinematography for several years, at the New York Film Academy and the University of Siena.
This will mark Nico's third time working with Heather on a film, the last one being the feature film "Tom's Dilemma". We're glad to have him on board for HOUSE BROKEN and look forward to this third "time" being the charm. Find out more about Nico at http://www.nicolaraggi.net
Taylor Bradshaw - original score, sound designer,
Taylor is a New York City based composer, audio engineer and music producer. He has done
Film scoring, location sound recording, sound design, audio post production, Foley, and ADR for multiple award-winning films. Taylor also has a keen ear for music and a talent for arrangement and orchestration. He is a studio musician (guitar, voice, piano, mandolin, ukelele) and a composer for classical ensembles. Find out more at www.TaylorJamesBradshaw.com