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Chief Operating Officer
For the past twenty years he has worked in film and television industry in a variety of capacities, including physical production, government affairs, corporate management and in post-production facilities management. He has hands-on production experience as a production manager and producer, on more than 15 projects with combined budgets of over $130 million. He has been responsible for hiring and coordinating teams of actors and production personnel as well as selecting locations, negotiating union and vendor contracts and working with local and national government agencies. From 1993 through 1994 he served as Deputy Commissioner of the New York Mayor’s Office of Film Theatre and Broadcasting. Charles was a Production Executive with Hallmark Entertainment in New York from 1998 until February of 2000. He oversaw all production aspects of television movies and mini-series for network and cable television clients. Charles produced an award winning children’s television series for Nickelodeon entitled The Adventures of Pete and Pete.
Lisa joined the voice production staff at DuArt in 2009. She brings with her 15 years of experience in voice recording and animation, beginning in front of the microphone as a performer (Pokémon, Winx Club and Yu-Gi-Oh!) and moving into production. She has handled nearly every facet of the dubbing and language localization process, from script writing, adaptation to direction and production, and has recorded and produced work into multiple languages. Her work has screened at Tribecca film festival, and on your TV on Saturday mornings, Her foreign language work has been broadcast on satellite television. Some of her credits can be viewed in IMDB.
Tim has been a movie nerd his whole life. For the past 20 years Tim has worked on set in production as well as in post in numerous hands-on positions from grip to writer to director to producer to editor. He's been a post producer for Vincent D'Onofrio, National Lampoon, Christopher Meloni, Ramin Bahrani, Leslie Cockburn, and many others. In the world of animation he has produced English Language versions of numerous titles from Japan and around the world, the most well known being the Pokémon TV show and movies. Tim is also the recipient of the W.T.C Johnson Fellowship, and has been an Artist in Residence at the Tribeca Center for Performing Arts. His work has been performed at the University of Michigan and he’s been honored by the ANMT. He sincerely wishes he had more time for fly-fishing.