Mark White (Production Designer) began his career as a toy designer, and soon embarked on a career as a theatre designer in New Haven, Connecticut. He served as set designer for Bruno Dumont’s “Twenty Nine Palms,” and as art director for Ben Younger’s “Boiler Room.” As production designer, White created designs for such films as “Wet Hot American Summer,” “Down To The Bone,” “Tully,” “The Baxter,” and “Transamerica.” He holds a BFA from The Maryland Institute College of Art and currently resides in New York.

Prior to her film experience, Ane Crabtree (Costume Designer) was a fashion stylist in New York, working with New York designers and Elle. She has been a costume designer since 1991. Among her credits are: “If Lucy Fell,” “The Edge of 17,” “The Sopranos,” Michael Mann's “Robbery Homicide Division,” and Milcho Manchevski's “Dust.” Most recently, she has completed the television series, “LAX,” with the Brothers Russo at the helm. Crabtree is also a painter and a photographer.

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