Tommy Calderon
Eliott Glasser
David Gray
Hollie Huthman
Todd Kaumans
Tommy Calderon

Tommy Calderon is nationally published music photographer that has been shooting music for the past four and a half years. He graduated from Western Washington University in 2015 with a degree in visual journalism and finds passion in the stories around him. He currently tours with bands photographing their experiences and contributes writing and photos to What’s Up Magazine. 

Eliott Glasser

Eliott Glasser has always been an avid filmmaker/movie lover. His adolescence was spent making silly videos with his friends and this carried on all through high school. In 2011, he graduated from Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California with a certificate in film and television production. As a Washington native, he returned home and went on to work for the City of Mount Vernon for two and a half years as a production technician for the city and county-run television stations. Having a second love for theater, Eliott became involved with iDiOM Theater in Bellingham and was a frequent writer/performer for several years to follow. He has since gone on to direct and produce short narrative films and music videos as well as act on stage at the Bellingham Theater Guild. Currently he is the Inventory Coordinator at Film is Truth (a local video rental store) and is still actively pursuing film outside of work.

David Gray

David Gray teaches film studies in the English Department at Western Washington University, where he loves to see the creative and experimental work students produce.

Hollie Huthman

Hollie Huthman is co-owner, booker and manager of both The Shakedown and The Racket in Bellingham, WA. Aside from running a music venue, she has been involved in the Bellingham music community for over a decade as a musician and live music photographer.

Todd Kaumans

Todd Kaumans is an award-winning producer who most recently served as the Program Manager for the National Film Festival for Talented Youth - the world’s largest youth film festival based in Seattle. Prior to NFFTY, he produced Reel NW, KCTS-9’s independent film series dedicated to showcasing the best work by Pacific Northwest filmmakers. He enjoys The X-Files, a nice cold beer when life permits, and long walks on the beach. Also cats.