Robin P. Murray is a writer, producer, director, and cinematographer. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah and raised in Kansas City Missouri, Mr. Murray has been producing, directing feature films and documentaries since the acclaimed "The Great American Hobo," which launched the "Independent Lens" series for PBS.
Mr. Murray produced and directed the following feature films: "Season of Change," starring Michael Madsen, Nicholle Tom, and Hoyt Axton; it won Best Picture at the Santa Clarita International Film Festival, and the Bronze Award for direction at the Houston International Film Festival; "The Flying Dutchman" or now known as "Frozen in Fear," starring Eric Roberts, Rod Steiger, and Catherine Oxenberg; "Dance," starring Johan Renvall of American Ballet Theatre and Ellen Troy of Twyla Tharp. Mr. Murray has written and collaborated on the following feature film screenplays: "Miss Great Britain" (written by) or Robert de Keyser of De Keyser Fashions, Ltd in London; "The Flying Dutchman" (story by); "Dance" (story by); "Partners in Action" (story by); "Eye of the Hawk." In addition to the documentaries for PBS, Mr. Murray has produced and shot the following documentaries: "Hollywood Dancers," "From China with Love," "Search for a Heavyweight Contender," "Fight Chicks" (6 part series) and others.
Mr. Murray was a cinematographer on: "Season of Change;" "Frozen in Fear;" "Eye of the Hawk;" and such television shows as ABC's "That's Incredible;" Winter Olympics; and other ABC sports shows. Mr. Murray has also been a cinematographer in the corporate world for decades, working for such major corporations such as: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; City of Santa Monica; City of Beverly Hills; GMC, Getty Images, Kmart; USC Medical Center; UCLA Medical Center; Jewish Federation; Geller Foundation; Cardinal Health; Wellpoint; Los Angeles Unified Pre-School; Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; ABC's "That's Incredible," the Winter Olympics; ABC sports T.V. and many others.
Ms. Emese Vitalis, Ph.D., MBA, is a writer, producer, and partner at Wild Horses Productions. She was born and raised in Hungary. Ms. Vitalis obtained her doctorate in Psychology at Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands in 2004. She has spent more than twelve years teaching psychology for colleges and universities in Hungary, Germany, and the U.S. to students from more than fifty countries. Emese moved to the U.S. in 2002. In Missoula Montana, she had the opportunity to work with several start-up companies, including Rivertop Renewables, a pioneer in the development of the technology and production of biodegradable carbon chemicals. Ms. Vitalis earned her MBA from the University of Montana's MBA program, emphasizing entrepreneurship. She and her business partner won the 2011 Ruffato Business Plan Competition with a plan for an online customizable tea business. After obtaining her MBA, Ms. Vitalis was working as a business consultant and coach, writing business plans for start-up companies, such as Metals US, Montainer, and Intellimet. She is a board member of Metals U.S.
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