Errol Webber is Producer and Director of Photography of “WALKING WHILE BLACK: L.O.V.E. Is The Answer.” Over the past decade, Errol Webber has earned a reputation as a refined cinematographer adept at capturing polished, hyper real visuals.
Trained in film at the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2004, in his off hours during college, he ran his own video production company out of his dorm room. Then, just two weeks after graduation, he was hired to shoot his first feature documentary, the film “iThemba,” about a group of eight Zimbabwean Afro-fusion musicians. “iThemba,” which he also edited, won numerous accolades and awards at major festivals in Europe and Africa.
Since then, Webber has been the producer, director, or cinematographer on 17 other documentaries in the U.S., Zimbabwe, Zambia, Liberia, and other African countries. The short documentary, “Music by Prudence” won the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject. “American Promise” won the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, won the Grand Jury Award at Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, and was nominated for three Emmy Awards, including Best Documentary.
Webber’s talent for film lies not in his ability to bring his world to the viewer, but the urgency with which he immerses the viewer into his world. With a full appreciation for the digital realm and a knack for compelling looks and concepts, cinematographer Errol Webber will continue a career in his most prized obsession; imagery.
Lydia Hall, a Red Hook, New York native, started in the arts as a drawer and painter. Delving deeper into professional arts career, Hall studied fine art at the Maryland Institute College of Art. While at MICA, she took a Film and Video introduction class which set alight her new media exploration, centered around genuine ways of visual storytelling and communication of the human thought process.
Right after receiving her BFA in June 2015, she moved across the country to Los Angeles, California to establish herself in the industry. There she works as a freelance video editor on personal passion projects, shorts, music videos and commercials. Hall is interested in editing engaging documentaries and fictional motion pictures.
Dan Brown Jr. was salutatorian of his Bachelor’s program, (Music Production) and Valedictorian of his Master’s program, (Instructional Design & Technology), there is no question to why he is quickly making a name for himself as a dynamic media composer/multi-instrumentalist in Los Angeles, CA.
His compositions are regularly featured on TV’s biggest networks such as, ABC, CBS, CNN, E!, NBC, MSNBC, Discovery Channel, Discovery En Español, Travel Channel, Food Network, Comedy Central, Animal Planet, Netﬂix, Outdoor Channel, W Network, FYI, Sportsman Channel, CBC News, and Mojo Brands Media. His music has been used to set the mood in numerous well-known shows such as Dateline NBC, Restaurant Impossible, Trip Flip, Alaskan Bush People, American Grilled, John Walsh’s The Hunt as well as others.
Pia Civiletti a.k.a. “The Sassy Italian Lady” is an Associate Producer and Web Master for “WALKING WHILE BLACK: L.O.V.E. Is The Answer.” Pia’s first career spanned 24 years in the corporate world working in technology, marketing, training and consulting for several Fortune 500 companies.
With a B.S. in Marketing from Penn State University, a Layout and Production Arts degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, as well as being a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Reiki Master and Personal Trainer, Pia combines her skills of design, marketing, technology, coaching and wellness to deliver high-end, creative solutions for her clients.
Pia works as a Producer and Co-Host with Wellness 101, and Webmaster for Wellness101life.com, WalkingWhileBlacktheMovie.com, and LOVEistheAnswerMovement.com, a Marketing Media Manager for Vesta Construction Websites as well as a health consultant.