Phil Ramuno: Director
Phil Ramuno is an award-winning director, producer, writer, photographer, teacher and published author. He recently supervised a comedy series in Sofia, Bulgaria and a prime-time police action series in Romania for MediaPro Pictures. Additional international credits include four other series in Romania and two hit comedy series in Moscow.
He co-authored the best-selling ‘Sitcom Career Book.” For the stage, Phil has directed the Ovation-nominated “Flirting with Morty” the world premiere of “Sundays in L.A.” and “Sugar Happens” at the Sidewalk Theater in Burbank, California.
He has directed seven pilots and hundreds of episodes of American network and syndicated situation comedies, variety and reality/talk shows. His short film “Bringing Up BayBay” was honored by the Mill Valley Film Festival.
He is an adjunct professor at The University of Southern California prestigious graduate film school and has also taught at Emerson College, Endicott College in Boston, and Chapman University in Southern California. He recently taught directing for the Los Angeles Inner City Filmmakers youth program and comedy at the Screen Actors Guild.
Bella Shaw: Host/Talent
Bella Shaw is a ten year veteran of CNN in both news and entertainment. During her early broadcast career at the NBC affiliate in Oklahoma City, Bella would shoot, write and edit her own stories. Bella works well with deadlines and knows a good “sound bite” when she hears it. Over the past few years, Bella Has played a political pundit on VEEP, and lent her voice to a number of television shows including, HOUSE OF CARDS, THE PASSAGE and QUEEN OF THE SOUTH. If you’re up late at night, you might catch Bella on an infomercial or two. An avid tennis player and paddle boarder, Bella resides in Los Angeles.
Sue Berry: Executive Producer
Sue Bo Berry has produced countless hours of programming, garnering several industry awards for outstanding commercial, film and video production including several Telly Awards. In addition, she has produced and supervised hundreds of hours of television, commercial and corporate video projects, overseeing all aspects from pre-to-post production.
Ms. Berry also serves as the Director of Production and Development for ImpactPSA.org, a non-profit organization that produces original video content and PSA’s for deserving charities.