Laure Quinlivan is a two-time Peabody Award-winning filmmaker whose work has also been honored with 18 EMMYs.
She led WCPO-TV’s Channel 9 I-Team for 13 years investigating important issues in Cincinnati and has more than 25 years experience in television. Her hour-long documentary in 2001 called “Visions of Vine Street” inspired change in the heart of the city and led to the revitalization of historic Over the Rhine.
Laure is now President of LQ Consulting, a video storytelling company. Her clients include companies, local governments, small businesses and non-profits.
She was elected to Cincinnati City Council in 2009 and served four years, leading green initiatives for the city, promoting sustainability as core value. She also advocated for public art.
Laure is thrilled to be the documentarian for Cincinnati’s greatest green accomplishment so far, and is grateful this story can inspire many throughout the country, thanks to PBS.
Brandon Wayman is an editor and animator based in Cincinnati, OH. He has created content for screens both large and small. Whether commercials, concert tour visuals, or documentaries, his main focus is telling a captivating story.
Brandon has worked with award winning artists such as Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Katy Perry, and Shepard Fairey and has collaborated with award winning directors Shaun Silva and Wes Edwards.
Brandon is a 2006 graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music, with a degree in Electronic Media. He has a passion for beaches, bourbon, dynamic visual storytelling and travel.
Glenn Hartong is an Emmy Award winning producer, director and photojournalist.
He spent 26 years with Cincinnati Enquirer and Cincinnati.com, and has been published in National Geographic, Life, Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and many other publications.
Glenn’s video work has appeared on ABC, CBS, CNN, CNBC, NBC, ESPN, NBC, and PBS.
He teaches photojournalism at Miami University in Oxford, and lives in Springfield Township.
Brendan Jeffrey is a successful commercial videographer with a post-production and web design skillset.
He began working with LQ Consulting to document construction of the new District 3 Police Station in June of 2014. Brendan edited Producer/Director Laure Quinlivan’s 2009 film about Cincinnati Streetcar and the economic impact of modern streetcar systems in Portland, Oregon and in Germany.
Brendan is a Cincinnati native, and 2009 graduate of University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music, with a degree in Electronic Media. He lives in Anderson Township.
Brandon Kraemer, CSI
Brandon is a seasoned storyteller with a passion for sustainable technologies.
His documentary resume includes work for PBS, American Experience, American Masters, Frontline, Ken Burns and Steve James. Not held to a single dimension of his craft or genre, he's cut and color graded thousands of projects including work for U2, Katy Perry, Kanye West to name a few.
Brandon appreciates the time it takes to craft something that really moves people emotionally and that is his focus when approaching any project.
Brandon spends his time between Cincinnati, Boston and Los Angeles and enjoys nature as much as possible.
Alex McKenzie is a music composer based in Cincinnati, OH. Alex began composing at the age of 14 and followed his passion of music to Nashville, TN. In 2012 he graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University with a degree in Commercial Music with a focus in Songwriting/Arranging.
Having a passion for a wide range of music, Alex has spent thousands of hours practicing composition for various types of media. He has focused on music for digital video, film, and advertisement.
Alex has years of professional experience working with hundreds of clients that include Google, Amazon, Intel, IBM, Mercedes Benz and MANY others.