Creator and Producer William Versaci is an architect and filmmaker promoting awareness of how architecture and the built environment shape our lives.
His professional experience is managing multi-disciplinary teams in the planning, design and construction of large-scale multi-building development programs for the San Jose Redevelopment Agency, NASA, college campuses and public school systems.
He was a Teaching Assistant to Vincent Scully and Charles W. Moore, and was the Editor of Perspecta, The Yale Architectural Journal. He has been a visiting studio critic at U.C Berkeley and California College of Art.
Director, Cinematographer and Editor Thomas Piper is an award-winning filmmaker, who specializes in documenting architecture.
Tom has directed, shot and edited more than 30 award-winning films on contemporary artists, architects, writers and musicians. His work includes a series of 30-minute films on contemporary architects including Jean Nouvel, Peter Eisenman, Daniel Libeskind, Thom Mayne, Steven Holl, Jeanne Gang, Robert A. M. Stern, Diller, Scofidio + Renfro, and architectural historian Vincent Scully.
He was commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum to make a documentary celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Frank Lloyd Wright museum building. He recently completed a feature documentary Five Seasons about the influential landscape designer Piet Oudolf.
Executive Producer Mitchell Block has conceived, produced, marketed and distributed documentaries, television programs, independent features and short subjects.
Among other awards, Poster Girl, which he produced, was nominated for an Academy Award, and selected as the Best Documentary Short by the by the International Documentary Association. He conceived, co-created and was an executive producer for the award-winning 10-hour PBS documentary Carrier; and was an executive producer for HBO's Oscar-winning film Big Mama.
No Lies, which he wrote, produced and directed was one of 600 American films made since 1895 that have been selected in the last 25 years for the National Register of Historical Films of the Library of Congress for preservation.