created by
Kyle Walters and Shawn deLoache

the Filmmakers

Kyle Walters

Creator, Executive Producer, Actor, Editor (s3)

Kyle Walters

Creator, Executive Producer, Actor, Editor (s3)

A charming smirk and a relatable quirk.  Kyle Walters is an actor, artist, web designer, reader of comic books and a generally nice and goofy dude. He grew up in Northern California in the heart of suburbia.  Going on to graduating from NYU with a BFA in Drama, he has recently moved to Los Angeles.  You may recognize him as the geeky love interest from Pemberley Digital’s “Welcome to Sanditon” or as the quirky man child Peter Pan in “The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy” which he co-created and executive produced.  Entertainment Weekly said this about him “Walters, puppyish, is appealing as a manchild.”  He’s also performed in numerous indie features, new media projects and plays.

You can check him out on IMDb or at his website www.kylewalters.com.  His Illustrations have been printed at threadless and at society6.com.

Website – www.kylewalters.com
Art/Design – www.kyleart.com
Twitter – @theKyleWalters

Shawn deLoache

Creator, Executive Producer, Writer

Shawn deLoache

Creator, Executive Producer, Writer

Shawn deLoache is a TV, Film, and comic book writer. His children’s comics have sold in the millions. He was recently hired to write his first feature and is currently developing projects with NBC and TAKE 2. He is a University of Georgia Alumni. Shawn really likes Twizzlers and really hates racist dragons.

Twitter – @ShawnIsWrite

Jenni Powell

Producer, Casting

Jenni Powell

Producer, Casting

Jenni Powell has been deeply involved in innovative online communities, dating back to the cult internet series Nobody’s Watching and lonelygirl15.  She has since worked on many popular web series such as The GuildWith the AngelsPoor PaulThe Crew, and The Legend of Neil. She produced The Lizzie Bennet Diaries (which won an Emmy Award and was nominated for a PGA Award), Welcome to Sanditon and Emma Approved. She spent 2 years as Director of Content and Social Media for VidCon, the world’s largest online video conference, and is currently a producer at Felicia Day’s YouTube Premium Channel Geek & Sundry.  She doesn’t have a lot of free time.

Twitter – @JenniPowell

Paula Rhodes

Producer (s2, s3), Actor

Paula Rhodes

Producer (s2, s3), Actor

“Do what you love” is proving a stellar guiding principle for this multi-hyphenate and founding member of the 5’2″ & Under Club.  After traipsing around London, being a voice match for Disney’s Wendy (Kathryn Beaumont), & generally adoring the Pan mythos/not growing up, she’s beyond thrilled to be stepping into Wendy’s nightgown. It’s added to her fan-girl bucket list that had already happily procured checks with ElfQuest (to which she and her producing partner now hold the film/TV rights after the success of their fan trailer) and the West Coast premiere of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere. It’s possible she looks/sounds familiar from various cartoons, commercials, TV & film adventures (Barbie, Monster High, Grand Theft Auto V, Final Fantasy, QVG, Knights of Hyrule, Shuffle, Lions for Lambs,etc…) or maybe you’ve just run into her at various Cons.  She now invites you to fall in love with Neverland as she has.

Matthew Breault

Director, Editor (s2)

Matthew Breault

Director, Editor (s2)

Matthew Breault grew up loving movies. He learned to operate a VCR before he knew how to read and has saved every ticket stub he has purchased since the age of 10. At a young age Matthew fell in love with action/adventure and horror films but always drawn to stories that focused on a strong human relationship. It was after seeing the film Run Lola Run, an innovative and action packed story about the love of two young people and what they are willing to sacrifice for each other, that he knew he wanted to grow up and make films.

Matthew Breault moved to California in 2001. He studied mechanical engineering at Stanford University and developed a love of design, creativity, problem solving and pragmatically viewing the world around him.

In 2005 he relocated to Los Angeles and worked as an engineer before being admitted to The University of Southern California to study his true passion: moviemaking.

Matthew focused on directing narrative fiction while at USC. He has received numerous awards and recognition for his films including the prestigious Accolade Directing Award. His work has shown at various film festivals from New York to Los Angeles.

www.matthewbreault.com
Twitter – @staytline

Adam Laupus

Producer (s1)

Adam Laupus

Producer (s1)

Adam Laupus is an actor, writer and producer. His short action film, Give Chase, raised funds successfully on Kickstarter and premiered at the Coney Island Film Festival. He also produced an indie feature film, GASP, currently in consideration at film festivals. As an actor, Adam was the lead role in the feature film, A Decent Arrangement, which screened in film festivals in New York, Montreal and Mumbai. He has a B.F.A. from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and is a proud graduate of Playwrights Horizons Theatre School. He recently moved from New York, where he produced indie Theater and experimental shorts for the past decade.

www.adamlaupus.com
Twitter – @AdamLaupus

Emmett Furey

Transmedia Producer

Emmett Furey

Transmedia Producer

A writer by trade, Emmett hails from Philadelphia but now calls L.A. his home. He was a staff writer at Comic Book Resources for 3 years, and wrote for “BlackBxx: Haunted”, an experimental web series helmed by the creator of HBO’s “Carnivale”, Daniel Knauf. He’s also written and produced two web series of his own, the ghost-hunting comedy “Bumps in the Night” and the transmedia superhero drama “Fury of Solace”. He is on the leadership team for Transmedia L.A., an organization dedicated to both educating the world at large about transmedia storytelling and to facilitating the creation of new kinds of transmedia stories.

Emmett and his brother also created “Enter the Lodge”, a fan-run third season of Twin Peaks on Twitter, which spanned four weeks, some 60-odd character Twitter accounts and more than 5,000 Tweets all told. To catch up with him about “The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy” or any of these other projects, follow Emmett on Twitter.

Twitter – @emmettfurey

Katie Moest

Production Design

Katie Moest

Production Design

Katie Moest is a production designer working in film, television and new media. Whether it’s designing a grad student’s bedroom or constructing a post-apocalyptic bunker, the chance to build a world through sets, locations and props is always a fun adventure.  Katie is an IAWTV-award winner for her work as Production Designer on Season 1 of The New Adventures of Peter & Wendy. She also served as production designer for two Emmy-award winning Pemberley Digital productions —  The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and Emma Approved.  Other credits include The Republic of Rick (an official selection of the 2014 Slamdance Film Festival), the upcoming feature Non-Transferable, Frankenstein MD, Welcome to Sanditon, Dragon Age: Redemption, Shelf Life (Season 4), Bob Thunder: Internet Assassin, Bunker, Classic Alice and Caper.  Katie is pleased to have turned her enjoyment of wasting time on the internet; a passion for books, movies and television; and a degree in a mostly unrelated subject into a career as a production designer through willpower and serious geekery.

https://www.pinterest.com/katiemoest/
Twitter – @katiemoest

Derya Derman

Costume Design (s1, s2)

Alex Parker

Director of Photography, Colorist (s3)

Alex Parker

Director of Photography, Colorist (s3)

Alex is a cinematographer based in Los Angeles. Originally from Illinois, Alex received a BA in Cinema Studies from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and then earned his MFA in Film Production from the University of Southern California. Alex has shot a wide variety of projects including numerous short films, web series, commercials, music videos, documentaries, and he recently worked on his first feature, Camp-Off, as DP. Many of his projects have been shown at national and international film festivals, including the webseries Thoroughly Melted Minnie, which premiered at SXSW and Paulie, which won the Panavision Grand Jury Award at the Palm Springs International ShortFest as well as Best Comedy at the LA Shorts Fest.

www.alexjparker.com

Rob Gokee

Composer

Rob Gokee

Composer

Los Angeles-based composer Rob Gokee, known for his varying style & flexibility, studied Music Theory & Composition at the University of New Mexico, and then spent six months under the tutelage of world renowned composer Christopher Young (Spider-Man 3, The Grudge, Ghost Rider). Rob has scored 12 feature films, over 100 short films, and three dozen different TV series & pilots, including the National Geographic show “Known Universe,” SyFy’s “Fact Or Faked,” PBS’ “Roadtrip Nation,” Speed Channel’s “Car Science,” and TruTV’s “Police POV.” Rob has also scored commercials for Sony two years in a row, promoting their surround sound products.

Rob won back-to-back IAWTV (International Academy of Web Television) awards for Best Score in 2012 and 2013, for the shows “Night of the Zombie King” and “Cost Of Capital,” which also won Best Score at the 2013 Indie Soap Awards. Rob’s style varies from epic orchestral to folk, to cutting edge action and horror.

Rob just finished horror features “Love in the Time of Monsters” & “Hazard Jack,” and is currently scoring several films and webseries, music for several Discovery & SyFy shows, readying a new CD compilation of television & film scores, and writing his second book, about composing for television & film in the indie world, and how to make a living doing it. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Producer Allison Vanore.

Twitter – @robgokee

Brian Guillaudeu

Editor (s1)

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Season One Team

“The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy” is a modern transmedia digital series adapted from J.M. Barrie’s novel “Peter and Wendy.”
Created by Kyle Walters and Shawn deLoache

Peter Pan – Kyle Walters – http://twitter.com/TheKyleWalters
Wendy Darling – Paula Rhodes – http://twitter.com/paula_rhodes
Michael Darling – Brennan Murray – http://twitter.com/BrenOnTheWylo
John Darling – Graham Kurtz – http://twitter.com/GrahamKurtz
Lily Bagha – Lovlee Carroll – http://twitter.com/LovleeCarroll

Director – Matthew Breault – http://twitter.com/staytline
Writer – Shawn deLoache – http://twitter.com/ShawnIsWrite
Producer/Unit Production Manager – Adam Laupus – http://adamlaupus.com
Producer/Casting – Jenni Powell – http://twitter.com/JenniPowell

Cinematographer – Alex Parker http://alexjparker.com
Production Designer – Katie Moest – http://twitter.com/orangepenguino
Editor/DIT – Brian Guillaudeu – http://twitter.com/guillaudeu
Transmedia Producer – Emmett Furey – http://twitter.com/emmettfurey
Consulting Producer – Larry Walters
Costume Designer – Derya Derman – http://twitter.com/TheDermanator
Composer – Rob Gokee – http://twitter.com/robgokee
Theme Song – Jason Charles Miller – http://twitter.com/jasoncmiller

1st Assistant Director – Sam Schectman
Production Sound Recordist – Alex Steen
Makeup Artist- Jessica Eisenman

1st Assistant Camera – Chidi Onyejuruwa
Costume Assistant – Rachel DeGenaro – http://twitter.com/RaRaDeGenaro
Grips: Austin Night, Kaleb Blakey, Carlos Finlay
Production Assistants: Samantha Berry, Ram Bharwani


The Season Two Team

“The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy” is a modern transmedia digital series adapted from J.M. Barrie’s novel “Peter and Wendy.”
Created by Kyle Walters and Shawn deLoache

Peter Pan – Kyle Walters – www.twitter.com/TheKyleWalters
Wendy Darling – Paula Rhodes – www.twitter.com/paula_rhodes
Jas Hook – Percy Daggs III – www.twitter.com/PD3Official
Michael Darling – Brennan Murray – www.twitter.com/BrenOnTheWylo
John Darling – Graham Kurtz – www.twitter.com/GrahamKurtz
Lily Bagha – Lovlee Carroll – www.twitter.com/LovleeCarroll
John Smee – Satya Bhabha – www.twitter.com/satyabhabha
Billie Jukes – Meghan Camarena – www.twitter.com/Strawburry17

and Jim Beaver as George Darling – www.twitter.com/jumblejim

extras – Shawn deLoache, Tyler Robert Roots, James Paul Schiaffino, Emmett Furey, Christine Linnell, Andrew Seely, Elizabeth Thompson, Bianca Gisselle, Dayeanne Hutton, Erin Wert, Charlie Bodin, Chris Darbro, Jonathan Masiello, Elias Thompson, Agnieszka Marchel, Lily Benit

Director/Editor – Matthew Breault – www.twitter.com/staytline
Writer – Shawn deLoache – www.twitter.com/ShawnIsWrite
Producer/Casting – Jenni Powell – www.twitter.com/JenniPowell
Producer – Paula Rhodes – www.twitter.com/paula_rhodes

Cinematographer – Alex Parker – www.alexjparker.com
Production Designer – Katie Moest – www.twitter.com/orangepenguino
Transmedia Producer – Emmett Furey – www.twitter.com/emmettfurey
Costume Designer – Derya Derman – www.twitter.com/TheDermanator
Makeup Dept. Head – Julia Hapney
Composer – Rob Gokee – www.twitter.com/robgokee
Theme Song – Jason Charles Miller – www.twitter.com/jasoncmiller
1st Assistant Director – Stuart Davis – www.twitter.com/enzostuarti

Associate Producers – Larry and Arsenia Walters, Erin Wilbert, Kit Marston
Production Management – Discourse Productions LLC, Jenni Powell, Kimberly McAlpine, Whitney Rowlett Senn
Transmedia Assistant -Marken Greenwood
1st Assistant Camera – Chidi Onyejuruwa
Set Decorators – Audrey Lee, Kim Brunner
Costume Assistant – Rachel DeGenaro
Key Makeup Artist – Erica Medina
Makeup Assistant – Kristen “Rocky” Caldéron
Sound – Andy Theiss, Kevin Bellante, Leo Nasca, Alex Dawson, Cameron Selan
G&E – Mike Silva
Gaffer – Brian Scott
DIT – Brian Guillaudeu
Production Assistants – Tyler Robert Roots, James Paul Schiaffino
Catering – Rio Fischer
BTS Photography – Brian Guillaudeu, Regis Chen, Christine Linnell, Kirk Tran
Product Placement Manager – Angelique Toschi
Legal Council – Brenda Stevens
Intro Animation – Ryan Anthony Martin
Production Artists – Ian McAlpine, Irving Martinez
Special Thanks – Mike Dobbs, Hilary Bryant, Lena Thomas

This series is executive produced by Kyle Walters and Shawn deLoache with faith, trust, and a little pixiedust.

Proudly filmed in Los Angeles, CA


The Season Three Team

“The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy” is a modern transmedia digital series adapted from J.M. Barrie’s novel “Peter and Wendy.”
Created by Kyle Walters and Shawn deLoache

Peter Pan – Kyle Walters – www.twitter.com/TheKyleWalters
Wendy Darling – Paula Rhodes – www.twitter.com/paula_rhodes
Jas Hook – Percy Daggs III – www.twitter.com/PD3Official
Michael Darling – Brennan Murray – www.twitter.com/BrenOnTheWylo
John Darling – Graham Kurtz – www.twitter.com/GrahamKurtz
Lily Bagha – Lovlee Carroll – www.twitter.com/LovleeCarroll
John Smee – Satya Bhabha – www.twitter.com/satyabhabha

and Jim Beaver as George Darling – www.twitter.com/jumblejim

Director – Matthew Breault – www.twitter.com/staytline
Executive Producer/Writer – Shawn deLoache – www.twitter.com/ShawnIsWrite
Executive Producer/Editor – Kyle Walters
Producer/Casting – Jenni Powell – www.twitter.com/JenniPowell
Producer – Paula Rhodes – www.twitter.com/paula_rhodes

Cinematographer/Colorist – Alex Parker – www.alexjparker.com
Production Designer/Locations – Katie Moest – www.twitter.com/orangepenguino
Transmedia Producer – Emmett Furey – www.twitter.com/emmettfurey
Costume Designer – Natalie Lynch – www.twitter.com/Gnattilly
Key Makeup/Hair Artist – Genevieve Garner – www.twitter.com/eveiveneGG 
Composer – Rob Gokee – www.twitter.com/robgokee
Theme Song – Jason Charles Miller – www.twitter.com/jasoncmiller
1st Assistant Director – Stuart Davis – www.twitter.com/enzostuarti

1st Assistant Camera – Chidi Onyejuruwa
Makeup Assistant – Jessie Yarborough
Sound – Masao Maehara, Reid Rice, Cameran Selan
Assistant Editor – Marianne Smith
Art Director – Kim Brunner
Prop Master – Tia Workman
Production Assistants – Tyler Robert Roots, James Paul Schiaffino
Transmedia Assistants – Marken Greenwood, Polly Taylor
BTS Photography – Kevin Pazmino, Paula Rhodes, Charlie Bodin
Product Placement Manager – Angelique Toschi
Intro Animation – Ryan Anthony Martin

Special thanks – Shakey’s Pizza, Charlie Bodin, Chris Darbro, Loot Crate, Lena Thomas, Dayeanne Hutton, Fran Calden, Trisha Walsh, the Matas, Larry and Arsenia Walters, fullscreen

Proudly filmed in Los Angeles, CA