Jefferson Stein

Jefferson Stein is an award-winning filmmaker who's passion for characters and visual storytelling brings a unique perspective to his commercial directorial work. His short film, TUMBLE DRY LOW (2015) was selected for over 30 festivals around the world including Seattle International Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival and Tallinn Black Nights, winning the Gold Remi at WorldFest. It premiered online on Short of the Week. He also was selected for the 2015 SHOOT New Directors Showcase in NYC and his holiday spot, AIRPLANE MODE, for American Airlines was featured in SHOOT’s “Best Work You May Never See”. In between commercial gigs, he travels, makes his own cold brew coffee, and is writing his first feature film.

Roger Peters believes that small moments make big pictures.  From the smallest products to the biggest dishes, Food and Table Top production is the universe in which Roger creates. As a Director and Cinematographer, he not only brings vision to the work, but he also has the photographic expertise to bring that vision to every screen. Roger strikes the perfect balance of having a strong point of view with an amazing attention to detail, yet always being open to ideas and feedback in an effort to create the best work. His collaborative nature and passion for creative pushes each project he helms to greater heights. When not on set, he buries himself in other interests such as cinema, physics, neuroscience and philosophy.

Roger Peters
Brad Walker

Brad Walker is an award-winning Director/Cinematographer, who has a strong visual point of view and can articulate a narrative with beautiful imagery.  He has a calming presence on set, but works tirelessly to ensure he walks away with the best footage possible.  His diverse experience shooting around the world contributes to a shooting style that enhances creative ideas to help bring your stories to life.  A technical nut, he’s on top of the latest trends for camera and lighting.  When not behind the camera, Brad calls North Carolina home and loves spending time with his family.