Erick Boustead | email@example.com Born and raised in the Northwoods of the land currently known as Wisconsin, Erick cut his cultural organizing teeth working with artists, local businesses, musicians and his peers to build a skatepark in their town. Fueled by formative punk albums such as “How to Clean Everything” and “A Comprehensive Guide to Moderne Rebellion”, Erick set off challenging master cultural narratives before he even understood strategic communications to be a thing. Erick’s role with Line Break is primarily working with clients to establish a vision, goals and strategy for projects, and he is also currently immersed in workshopping visionary fiction narratives to be adapted for video.
Nolan Morice | firstname.lastname@example.org A donut aficionado hailing from Minneapolis’ South Side, Nolan puts meticulous effort into whatever he’s involved in. Growing up it was writing, playing and producing albums in various bands around the country. At Line Break, Nolan focuses on the production and technical side of operations, working tirelessly to make sure we’re making the best use of available technology to build a better world with our partners. So, talk to him about social justice, talk to him about cinematography, and if you really want to get him talking, talk to him about pastries.
Eleonore Wesserle | email@example.com Eleonore is a trainer, project manager, and story director with Line Break, building the capacity for organizations and individuals to tell their stories through traditional and digital methods. Coming from an activist background, she helps organizations weave their communications strategy into their movement strategy so that both can become more effective. Eleonore can work with you to build your organizational narrative, frame compelling campaign messages, supercharge your social media engagement, connect with community media outlets, and create transformative video pieces, all in service of the change you are seeking to create in the world.
D.A. Bullock D.A. is an award-winning filmmaker with a diverse and colorful background. As a film and television director, an ad-agency creative, a cinematographer and an editor, Bullock has honed every facet of his filmmaking repertoire. Bully Creative Shop was created to bring that entire tool-kit of skills to the table.
Mychal Fischer Mychal is the creative director of SwayHeavy Productions, whose mission is to enhance branding and viral exposure through video production, photography, graphic design, music production and audio engineering. We give independent businesses, musicians, and artists an all-inclusive, creative avenue to increase their marketability.
Majid Jamaleldine Majid is a Twin Cities based filmmaker. He interned with Line Break in the spring of 2013 and is regularly part of the team shooting or running audio.
Tatiana Lam Tatiana is a graphic designer and motion graphics animator residing in NYC, specializing in broadcast packaging and communication design for social movements. Her aim is to address and build culture through design. Currently, Tatiana works at Lorne Michael’s post-production house Broadway Video, collaborating with notable clients like NBC, SNL, Nickelodeon, National Geographic, and the Emmys. Her work spans a wide range of design disciplines, including motion graphics, character animation, branding, as well as communication, infographic, typographic and environmental design. For more visit tatianalam.com
Carlos Pareja Carlos is a media educator and video producer who has collaborated with numerous social justice and grassroots organizations on media education, community journalism and digital storytelling projects. Recently, he has partnered with the Workers Justice Project, the New York Immigration Coalition and Global Action Project on education initiatives and video productions. Previously, Carlos was Training and Policy Director at People’s Production House and also Education Manager with BRIC Community Media. He has worked with Line Break Media on several video projects and media justice campaigns including the Campaign for Prison Phone Justice. Carlos is also a producer with the collective radio project, Global Movement, Urban Struggles, which airs on WBAI in New York City.
Matt Wells Matt is a graphic artist and organizer working in the Twin Cities; co-founder of Rogue Citizen, a collective of painters, instigators, and educators. He creates unique design & illustration in traditional and digital media. Matt has worked with a diverse clientele in publishing, music, event organizing & promotion, film, performing arts, labor, and social justice.