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Director’s Letter Dear Industry Member: Thank you for being a supporter of OMPA. In year 2012, together as an industry association we have: • Hosted the OMPA Golf Classic to raise money for OMPA and support Media Arts Education scholarships • Interviewed candidates for the Portland Mayor’s race and Portland City Commissioner, televised a Mayor’s Forum, supported by Portland Community Media, KGW-TV, WIF-pdx and OCI • Represented film and television at the Oregon Leadership Summit in creating the Oregon Business Plan • Integrated video game developers as a special interest among our industry association • Established an agreement to merge with Eugene’s Mid-Oregon Production Arts Network (MOPAN) • Hosted seven state elected leaders and celebrated our actors at Oregon’s Got Talent • Hosted an industry SpeedNetworking event with several hundred in attendance at the Red Lion in June • Run well-attended workshops for Freelance Creatives on “Financial Stability” and “Tax Preparation” • Promoted festivals and technology events, including WebVisions, Eastern Oregon Film Festival, the Northwest Film Festival, the Eugene International Film Festival, the Cascade Mountain Video Show, a Pre-NAB roundtable, Media Technology Expo, the Portland Animation Festival and Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival • Awarded Superfine Actor awards (male, female and actor support) and OMPA Awards of Excellence • Wrote Talent Industry Standards and supported talent union legislation to protect child actors • Hosted two Northwest Film Finance programs for independent filmmakers to partner with marketing, distribution consultants and finance partners • Inaugurated a partnership with McMenamins movie theaters for a 7-theater film tour, hosting a feature documentary about legendary Oregon animator Bill Plympton • Recruited industry members to serve as Regional Government Coordinators in preparation for the 2013 legislative session • Published the SourceOregon production directory to keep our industry connected and promote Oregon’s amazing resources and reputation as a film-friendly state • Celebrated the beginning of our 30th year as a collective voice for media makers in Oregon • Supported Oregon in hosting at least four moderate-budget films, three television episodics, and countless commercial, documentary, educational, industrial and music video productions.

This has been an ambitious bit of business to cover. Oregon couldn’t do it without a team, and OMPA couldn’t have done it without you. With sincere thanks,

Tom McFadden, Executive Director



02.2013 Board of Directors

Mission: OMPA is a 501(c)6 non-profit trade association dedicated to the development, growth and enhancement of the film, video and multimedia industry in the state of Oregon.

Board: Michael Bard, President Golf Committee Chair

Lisa Cicala, Vice President Membership Committee Chair

Tim Troester, Secretary/Treasurer Nathaniel Applefield Government Affairs Committee Chair

Slater Dixon Aaron Douglas Stefan Henry-Biskup Janet McIntyre

Scholarship Committee Co-chair

Dennis Noreen Mike Ratoza Dave Spacek Dave Spraker

PR/Marketing Committee Chair

Christopher Toyne

Talent Committee Chair

James WilderHancock, Past President

Industry Directory:



OMPA and APP-NW Want to Help Get Your Finances in Order This Year! Two Events: Feb 13 & Feb 25 Most people in our industry have, at some point, been exposed to the romantic notion of the “starving artist” - that person who lives in poverty, works three jobs to make ends meet while pursuing his or her creative endeavors in the “off hours” and is often hungry (but nourished in other ways by those endeavors). It’s a romantic notion, to be sure, and our hat’s off to anyone who can make a life like that work for themselves and their families. OMPA and the Alliance of Professional Performers NW (APPNW), however, don’t believe our members have to starve to work in this industry. On the contrary - we believe that our industry is only weakened if those living in it are living “hand to mouth.” OMPA and APP-NW are coming together for two presentations in February aimed at helping freelance creatives do more than just “make a living.” A panel discussion on Financial Stability for Freelance Creatives will be presented Wednesday February 13 at 7:00 PM at the Collective Agency (322 NW Sixth Ave, Ste 200 in Portland). Moderator Harold Phillips and several financial professionals

will answer questions and discuss freelancers’ struggle to live a financially stable life in a field with unpredictable schedules and pay checks. Last year’s presentation was a big success, and the panel is looking forward to helping more creative professionals this year - so get your questions ready! Then, on Monday, February 25, Harold will moderate a panel discussion on Tax Preparation for Freelance Creatives at 7:00 PM (Location TBA - Click here to watch for details.) It’s no great secret that taxes for people working in our industry are a bit more complex than your average 1040-EZ... Once again The Bookkeeping Company’s Sandra Vincent, Michael Davidson from A&E Tax Services, and Andrew Pollack from Ameriprise Financial are making themselves available to answer your tax questions and help sort out the mystery of freelancers’ taxes. Both events are free for OMPA members and $10 for non-members. Luck, as they say, is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. Learn the tools to help prepare yourselves for the next opportunity that comes your way, and get ready for a very lucky 2013.



KBOO and The Film Show want you! The Film Show, KBOO Radio’s monthly public-affairs program, is looking to expand its coverage of the local and independent film scene. If you or someone you know enjoys sharing stories about production, exhibition and distribution in Oregon, we’d like to hear from you. We’re interested in new ideas for regular features, as well as occasional producers, editors and interviewers for program segments. And of course, KBOO offers free training and certification in field recording, board operation, news and public affairs hosting, as well as many other skills. Any interested parties should drop a line to S.W. Conser at



NewTek, Sony, Chyron and Key Code Media Present:

Live Production Roadshow February 26-27-28 • Springfield, Salem, Portland NewTek, Sony, Chyron and Key Code Media will be visiting Oregon (Eugene, Salem and Portland) February 26 - 28, 2013 for a live production roadshow. Join us for a hands-on demonstration where we’ll have available the latest products for live productions both in the field and in the studio. See how you can achieve professional production value with these ground-breaking solutions. 
Discuss your current workflow and have your questions answered by application experts from NewTek, Sony and Chyron. In this hands-on open-house format, you will learn the following: • Studio for Live Broadcast and/or streaming to second screen; green screens and virtual sets

 • House of Worship multi-camera production • High School/College live sports with replay • Classroom production for distance learning • Corporate live events for web streaming • and more! 

Test drive the following products (subject to change): NewTek: TriCaster 8000, 40 and 3PLAY 
 Sony: PMW 200, HXCD70 and PTZ cameras; PVM monitors
 Chyron: Chyron IP for TriCaster- Lyric with Shout

In Springfield:

Tuesday, February 26, 2013, 10:30-3:30pm Hilton Garden Inn, Cascade Room 3582 Gateway Street, Springfield, OR 97477

In Salem:

Wednesday, February 27, 2013, 10:30-3:30pm Doubletree by Hilton, Phoenix Room 1590 Weston Court NE, Salem, OR 97301

In Portland:

Thursday, February 28, 2013, 10:30-3:30pm Hotel Monaco, Lipman Wolfe B 506 SW Washington Street, Portland, OR 97204

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OMPA Members Inspire with Skill and Professionalism at Annual Meeting A great party is comprised of the people who attend – and an inspiring and delightful crowd was on hand for the 2013 OMPA Annual Meeting on January 28, held at the Mission Theater in Portland. Many thanks to McMenamins for hosting the event. The Mission Theater is considered the first theater to mix craft brewing with a fully-functioning historic movie hall, holding screenings and events for media-makers of all budgets and all stripes. OMPA’s board of directors was celebrated, as were the nominees and winners of the three OMPA Awards. Thanks as well to speakers Mary McDonald-Lewis, Representative Jules Bailey (House District 42), Amelia Porterfeld (Chief of Staff for Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek), staff members Jessica Beer and Tom McFadden, board members Janet McIntyre, Lisa Cicala, Christopher Toyne, and (live via video chat) President Michael Bard.

The filmmaking team of James Westby, Katie O’Grady and Jana Lee Hamblin were on hand to help us celebrate the Portland premier of “Hot in the Zipper”, and the now-classic Westby feature The Auteur (2008). Critical help was provided by Sharon Ross of Ross Media Relations, Erica Risberg, Suzanne Owens-Duval, Stephanie Strahan, Lucila Cejas Epple, Shivon VanAllen and OMPA’s Volunteer of the Year Sarah Lombardi. The event was concluded by a video of submissions from OMPA-member production companies, coordinated by David Krug and assembled by Karl Lind. Click here to view video online.

Service & Inspiration Award winner Tara Johnson-Medinger



Filmmakers James Westby, Jana Lee Hamblin and Katie O’Grady

Executive Director Tom McFadden, with OMPA founder Matt Simek OMPA Award of Excellence winner Russ Gorsline



Call for Teen Videos! DIVA’s Youth Visions Project is now accepting short 5-minute videos for the upcoming 2013 “Teen Video Challenge.” The competition is open to all Lane county youth ages 13-19. The submission deadline is Friday, March 8, 2013. This annual event celebrates the efforts of young area videomakers. Each year teens submit projects that are reviewed by a panel of video professionals and educators. Those productions that demonstrate the most creative, effective and skillful responses to the call for entries will be screened and awarded prizes at a special Bijou Cinema Arts Theater event on April 13, 2013. Prizes include: $200 Jury First Place Award $150 Jury Second Place Award $100 Jury Third Place Award $50 Audience Choice Award Click here for entry forms and process online. For more information, contact Steve Newcomb, Festival Chair at

U of O Filmmaking Club Seeks Donations The 50+ members of the studentrun University Film Organization filmmaking club at the University of Oregon need equipment to produce six shorts per academic year. They currently have only two cameras and two boom kits. With a budget of $581 for the entire year, they are looking for hand-medown equipment and donations. Specific needs include tripods, lights, slates and other equipment. All donations are tax-deductible. If you can help, please contact Aaron Blanton, club President, at 541-870-0745 or

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The Pander Brothers Premiere New Music Video Analog meets digital in the latest project by Portland’s graphic novelist and filmmaker sibling duo, the Pander Brothers. The Brothers presented their new music video for the digital comic release and companion soundtrack of electronic music, Secret Broadcast Redux, on Portland’s Decoy Recordings, on January 28 at Holocene in Portland. Based on Portland’s underground electronic music scene and pirate radio at the turn of the 21st century, Secret Broadcast Redux updates an urban tale of analogue rebellion with new music from Portland gone LA Hip-Hop & Dub producer, Polycubist (Skor Records), and Portland’s Hip-Hop scratch master, DJ Wicked (Just Plain Terror). The music video also features Portland’s B-Boy crew Def Con 5, who performed at the premiere.

“Way to Heaven” Receives Honorable Mention OMPA member Connie Kirk reports that the short film she appeared in last year—Tanner Parsons’ “Way to Heaven”— received an “Honorable Mention Award for Short Films” in the Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition 2012-2013. The film had already been an official selection in the Columbia River Gorge International Film Festival.

Watch the video by clicking the image below. Tiny Angel meets Psychopomp in Tanner Parsons’ “Way to Heaven”

Click to view the film



Faux Film Festival Adds Additional Day The ninth annual Faux Film Festival runs Thursday March 28 through Sunday March 31 at the Clinton Street Theater (2522 Southeast Clinton Street, Portland, OR, 97202). The Faux Film Festival showcases faux commercials, faux trailers, spoofs, satires, parodies and mocumentaries. “The Faux” received so many great submissions this year that a fourth night was added to the normally three-night festival. In addition to dozens of funny shorts, The Faux will be showing four fantastically fun features. In Thursday’s feature Discoverdale, a film crew follows cult comedy rock band “Dead Cat Bounce” on a desperate quest across Europe to reunite lead singer Jim with his long lost father, who he believes is legendary Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale. Friday’s feature Operation Casablanca follows a dishwasher who gets mistaken

for a terrorist and must play the part to save his life. On Saturday, The Burlesque Assassins are beautiful, deadly and a vital weapon in the war on communism that threatens the free world. Burlesque star Kitten De Ville will be present for Q&A after the screening. Arguably the most buzzed about film at Sundance this year, Sunday’s feature Escape From Tomorrow was shot primarily at Disney World and Disneyland without permission from Disney. The film could get pulled in the event of trouble from Disney, but the pre-release version of the film is currently scheduled for Sunday night. Google “Escape From Tomorrow” for many articles on the Sundance screening, but watch out for spoilers. A full festival schedule and more details will be printed in next month’s Callsheet newsletter.



36th Portland International Film Festival Begins Feb 7, 2013 Opening this year’s 36th Portland International Film Festival (PIFF) on Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 7:30pm is Spain’s submission for the Best Foreign Film Oscar, Blancanieves, a silent-set reworking of the Brothers Grimm fairytale “Snow White,” offset by punchy Flamenco rhythms and full of imagination. Blancanieves is the first of over 125 films from three-dozen countries to screen at PIFF. Over the last 36 years, the Festival has populated its schedule with diverse and innovative films for an audience of more than 35,000 annually from throughout the Northwest. The 2013 Festival will run February 7-23. As Oregon’s largest, most culturally diverse film event, the Portland International Film Festival pulls together a multi-faceted experience of features, documentaries, shorts, and visiting artists, including submissions for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar and works by emerging talents. An opening night party for the festival follows the screening of Blancanieves at the Newmark Theatre, hosted by Stella Artois and King Estate Winery. Following Opening Night, PIFF retains a sizable presence downtown with screenings at the Film Center’s Whitsell Auditorium inside the Portland Art Museum (1219 SW Park Ave), Cinema 21 (616 NW 21st Ave), Cinemagic (2021 SE Hawthorne Blvd), and various other venues across town. Click here for the full PIFF Program

Watch the trailer by clicking the image at the right

Ticket Prices

Note: All PIFF events are free for Silver Screen Director, Producer, Benefactor and Sustainer members.

Opening Night Film & Party tickets

$30 general, $25 Silver Screen Club Friend and Portland Art Museum members

Other screenings

$11 General; $10 Portland Art Museum Members, Students, Seniors; $8 Silver Screen Club Friends, Children

Advance Ticket Outlet

Mark Building, Portland Art Museum, 1119 SW Park Ave, open daily from 12-6 p.m. By phone at (503) 276-4310 or available by clicking here

Click to view the trailer



Ghost Mine Premieres on SyFy Channel Larry Overman and Stacie Sisk-Overman of OMPA member agency Take 2 lived in Eastern Oregon all summer to film a new TV show about the ghost mine on their property. Stacie notes that Larry “worked so hard to make this project happen! He went over and above to head up and find some of the miners involved as well as some of the other cast. We are very proud to also have a few of the behind the cameras crew hired too!” One of Larry’s goals was to influence an increase in tourism in the town of Sumpter, OR. Another goal Larry & Stacie had was to gain the social capital to be able to pay it forward with others in need as well as give to charitable organizations that mean so much to them. The resulting show—Ghost Mine—premiered January 16th on the Syfy channel. For behind-the-scenes info and other project developments, click here for the project’s Facebook fan page. Take 2 agency owners Larry Overman & Stacie Sisk-Overman’s show Ghost Mine premiered Jan 16 on SyFy

Jose Solis Receives Accolades for New Year’s Set Design OMPA Member Jose Solis of Creative Art Services received rave reviews on a set design project for a live New

Set design by Jose Solis’ Creative Art Services

Year’s television broadcast special at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall: a musical performance by one of the greatest Japanese singers, Saori Yuki, backed by Portland Oregon-based retropop band Pink Martini with leader Thomas Lauderdale. NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation, Japan’s sole public television network and the largest broadcaster in Asia, produced this live television broadcast. Tomoyuki,Kawana , the show’s executive producer, said: “Jose, Thank you so much for every effort you had made for our New Year’s eve operation. Your job was excellent, which NHK Tokyo was happy about, too.”



“Coming Soon to a Theater Near You” Opens Feb 22 Admission Discount for OMPA Members

The No Social Life Theatre Company is proud to announce the opening of Coming Soon to a Theater Near You, a dark comedy about a young, naïve writer hoping to make it big in Hollywood. Our protagonist, Sam Hardwick finds an agent to help him turn his script into a blockbuster movie, but events do not quite unfold as planned. After Sam invests $42K, his agent assembles a motley crew of “professionals” to produce the movie: a secretary, a financier, a publicist, a washed-up actor and a director who, not coincidentally, is brother to an A-list actor. With every new person on the scene, our young writer watches his script and his dreams morph into a nightmare. Coming Soon to a Theater Near You is a hilarious peek into the B-movie Hollywood filmmaking experience and a play that every filmmaker and movie fan should see. Cast of local actors includes: Rey Drew, Nicholas Hope, John

Mosley, Kate Holdaway, Jeremy Gilhousen, Benjamin Kauffman, Robert Gebarowski and David Davis. Directed by Natalie Mayorga and OMPA Member Samuel Morris. Produced by Angela Larson and Samuel Morris. Presented by The No Social Life Theatre Company. Show dates: February 22nd - March 10th, 2013 Show times: Fridays & Saturdays 8pm, Sundays 7pm Address: 4038 N. Mississippi Ave, Portland Tickets: $15 general / $10 for OMPA members. Contact the box office for ticket purchasing and further information: 323404-6274 or  

Art of Makeup Announces New Schedule & Other News The 2013 schedule (through June) for Art of Makeup – the only studio in Oregon exclusively devoted to the art of professional makeup artistry – can be found online, including evening sessions, by clicking here. Other news: • Art of Makeup founder Celena Rubin’s hair and makeup work can be found in

the current issue of Portland Bride & Groom magazine, available at local newsstands. • AOM is proud to collaborate with The Digits. The Digits is a new live-action video “appisode” for children produced locally in Portland and was nominated by IAWTV Awards for best educational web series. • Recent AOM graduate Viridiana C. provided makeup for the new Bob Mould video. Click here to view.



Eastern Oregon Film Festival: Feb 28 - March 2 The fourth annual Eastern Oregon Film Festival (EOFF)—which takes place from February 28 to March 2, 2013 in La Grande, OR—has released a teaser trailer for the event, compiled by Cold Coffee Media. Watch the trailer by clicking the image below.

Click to view the film

Portland’s Rock-n-FilmFest #2 at The Bobwhite Theatre on Friday, Feb 22 Local acting phenom and OMPA member Jerry Bell Jr. (The Day They Ran Out of Bullets) will be co-hosting Portland’s Rockn-FilmFest #2 at The Bobwhite Theatre on February 22nd. Jerry has supported the festival since its inception, and the organizers are very pleased to be having his jovial energy on stage. The theme for Portland’s Rock-nFilmFest #2 is: Horror. If you would like to submit a film, music video or trailer, here

are the rules: Length: 10 minutes or longer (unless it’s a music video or trailer) Content: nothing copyrighted, no propaganda File types: .m4v or .mp4 (iTunes compatible) Contact: Message Howard DiNatale on Facebook or send an email to



Willamette Writers FilmLab “Script-to-Screen” Contest Discussed on Feb 5 On Tuesday, February 5th, the Willamette Writers monthly meeting will return to the Old Church with a special program devoted to the 2013 Willamette Writers FilmLab “Script-to-Screen” Contest. Doors open at 6:30 and the meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. Last year, Willamette Writers held its first ever Script-to-Screen and Short Film Contest, which saw short film and script entries from around the country. The winning film finalists were screened at last year’s Writers Conference in August, and the winning short script, Haley Isleib’s “Alis Volat Propriis”, was professionally filmed and edited just in time for screening at the Conference. Willamette Writers Conference chair Stefan Feuerherdt will be joined by Ms. Isleib and director Christopher Alley (from NBC’s Grimm) for an open discussion about their experiences and a screening of the film at the February 5th meeting. Peter Field describes the experience in more detail: If you’re asking yourself, “How hard can it be to write a short-film’s worth of pages of action-packed haiku that will translate visually to an international marketplace, and adheres to three-act dramatic structure?” This is your chance to ask. What do you think, Haley? “It’s fun.” And film is expensive, isn’t it? What is the benefit to the filmmaker to have their short film screen at the Conference?

Stefan: “All screenwriters want to see their work come to life on the big screen. FilmLab Script-to-Screen gives our writers that chance.” What was it like putting the film together on such a tight schedule? Christopher: “It was … fun.” Keep that in mind, folks. The FilmLab Script-to-Screen Contest is FUN. Not only is it fun to write the words FADE OUT on the last page, it’s positively liberating. And now, with all the bugs worked out (thanks Stefan), this second year of FilmLab is sure to be even more exciting. And FUN! Stefan: “The contest is simple. Anyone can enter (except members of the Willamette Writers Board). Each script must adhere to strict guidelines for length and theme, and will be evaluated not only on the quality of writing, but also how practical the script will be to produce within a limited time and budget. Remember, the winning Script-toScreen entry will be professionally filmed this summer, and premiere at the 2013 Willamette Writers Conference in August. The FilmLab event at the Conference is free and open to the public. Fill it with your friends and family and manipulate the voting process shamelessly… I mean, the FilmLab screening audience decides the overall winner of the Short Film contest, and the winning film’s writer will receive a pass to the remainder of the Conference, as well as a meeting with a visiting Hollywood producer. You could be next!



OMPA Welcomes 110 New Members! City of Eugene

Pam Berrian 541-682-5590, 541-682-5070 Municipal film permit assistance


Barnex Productions

Charles Gould 503-781-2914 Full service production company: web and TV commercials, corporate training videos, film projects

Ben Garvey Productions LLC 503-473-6347 Production assistant, storyboard artist & assistant editor

Brysen Uhalde 541-980-9789 Grip Ben Garvey 503-679-2629 Camera operator

Ben Meyer 831-917-3473 2nd unit director, AP, AC, camera/DP

Botanica Floral Design

Josef Reiter 503-358-4687 Florist providing flowers for movies, television & commercials

Brian Tasker 415-264-7502 Second AC and production assistant

David Hedberg

DOA (Department of Art)

Benjamin Hayden 503-309-2068, 503-703-5225, 503-888-3418 Art design & direction, fabrication, props and set decoration

Draconis Development LLC Mark HeIler, President 503-807-0042 Game developer

GB3 Films

Guy Baker 503-314-7569, 503-999-9976 Director & filmmaker

Gregg Schmitt

Cascadium Pictures 503-708-6868 Director of photography & Steadicam owner/operator

Chris Sisson

Brian “Coach� Fleskes 503-720-9470, 503-693-6963 Key grip & jib operator

Jerred North 541-778-6272 Grip & video equipment provider 503-347-6669 Production coordinator

Grip Dept XXL



Hawk Productions, Inc

Marylhurst University

Jeff Winograd 971-533-7556, 323-708-4295 Commercial production company

Clarin Cromwell 503-699-6268, 800-634-9982 University offering a BA in Media & Film Studies

Heidi Zimmerman

Matrix Video Production Inc 323-384-7576 Editor

HighWire Digital

Brian Lippy 503-708-0778 Webcasting/streaming

Hollie Fee 503-621-8868 Student at Clackamas Community College, freelance producer

Ingo Films

Gloria Bremer 347-860-1718 Producer, director, editor

Jacqui Leek 503-724-9490 Art department assistant

Jim Stanek 850-867-4966 Videographer, editor, designer, audio engineer & production assistant

Julia O’Reilly Design Studio Julia O’Reilly 541-689-7938, 541-743-5384 Web site designer/developer

KEY Talent Managment

Kate Young, Owner/Booking Agent 541-912-7507 Talent agency for actors, models & voiceover talent in Eugene and beyond

Leonard E. Hoffman 971-258-0237, 505-577-4290 Gaffer, chief lighting technician, rigging gaffer

Nicole Coon 503-913-0818 Web/transmedia production company

Matt Roloff 503-686-5750 Executive producer

MHCC-Integrated Media

Jack Schommer 503-491-7410 College offering an Integrated Media program

Open Door Filmworks Janet Greek 541-821-5047 Director

Optic Nerve Productions, LLC Brian Kimmel 503-701-7230 Documentary production company

Paul Maritsas 801-231-4710 Sound mixer/recordist

Paychex, Inc

Brandon King 503-867-2924 Production payroll services

Rachelle Sarfati 541-343-6667, 347-693-2711

Student at Lane Community College studying video production, documentary filmmaking, some multi-media

S&S Power Systems

Scott A Walters 503-332-7937 Owner/operators with experience in lighting feature films, TV, commercials & industrials


20 Take 2

Stacie Sisk 541-870-7474 Talent agency, formerly known as Moonlight Talent

Talented Animals

Lauren Henry 503-787-3144, 310-858-8722 Animal trainer/wrangler

Travis Stanton Photog/Video Travis Stanton 503-816-2053 Still/set photographer

Hadley Boyd 646-479-6523 Actor

Kyle Vahan 971-246-7002 Actor

Samuel R Benjamin 503-987-2305 Actor

Represented by Dangerfield Talent & Literary

Mikki Lipsey 978-387-4185 Actor

Tyler B Robinson

Represented by Option Model & Media

Yuma Films & Productions, Inc 503-422-6829 Actor 503-869-3796 Art director and production designer Heather Allen 503-453-4396 Film production company

Represented by Actions in Action

Amanda Valley 503-880-9959 Actor

Pat Lach 503-747-7986, 323-868-9751 Actor & singer

Skeeter Greene 503-796-1093 Actor Represented by Arthouse Talent & Literary

Daniel Rivas

Alexandra Blatt

Brian A Koch 503-484-4139 Actor

David G Hendrick 503-317-3618 Actor

Jennifer Brian 917-817-7325 Actor

Jessica Geffen 541-301-0193 Actor & voiceover talent

Judy Bennett 503-804-2369 Actor

Lauren Crowe-Mueller 503-260-0270 Actor 503-233-4244 Actor

Diana Page Jordan

Payam D Karamooz 503-381-3126 Actor 503-880-5877 Actor


21 Quinn Allan 619-490-5311 Actor

Suzannah Hamlin 503-380-6490 Actor

Tom Avila 503-984-7421 Actor

Yona Prost

Logan Loughmiller 503-442-7386 Actor

Monique Fleming 858-663-5779 Actor

Steven Beckingham 917-620-1563 Actor 503-490-0636, 503-234-8838 Actor

Represented by Red Thread Entertainment

Represented by Q6 Model & Artist Management

Asha Saral Sawyer

Andrew Stearns 360-718-0268 Actor

Dana Millican 503-241-2809, 503-241-8770 Actor 503-984-3399 Actor 503-806-0049 Actor

Bastet Jenny Brown

Bradly Gene Hackworth

David Withers 701-240-3766 Actor

Gretchen Corbett 254-493-1109 Actor

Jeffrey Arrington 360-513-5464 Actor

Julie M Vhay 541-347-8046 Actor

Kendall Wells 310-801-6392 Actor

Kirsten Foe 971-219-4472, 503-287-4284 Actor 626-319-5215 Actor 503-799-2368 Actor 305-962-7844 Actor 503-209-9470, 503-296-1113 Actor 503-914-1312 Actor 503-380-3570 Actor

Morgan C Love 503-507-9033, 503-420-2087 Actor

Brick Andrews

David Hudkins

David J Neel

David Sword

Elizabeth A Zimmerman

Elizabeth I Davis 541-221-1909 Actor


22 Eric S Meyer 541-399-2000 Actor

Hillarie Helen Putnam

Sandra Doolittle 541-410-7894, 541-388-9999 Actor

Shirley Tyler 310-849-7031 Actor 478-972-3941 Actor

Jake L Dougherty

Tahianna D Brown 503-784-4536 Actor

Javier S Quiroz 503-208-5771 Actor

Jennifer Chandra 971-313-2926 Actor

Tyson Dailey 360-912-1154 Actor

Vincent Eggleston 503-869-1574 Actor 503-754-9588 Actor

Jennifer P Kelly

Zachary Scott Robertson 503-421-4764 Actor 503-807-7560 Actor

Jessie Marie McGraw

Represented by Ryan Artists

Jill Sughrue 503-245-3823, 503-737-7969 Actor 971-409-0774, 503-662-3224 Actor 360-571-5404 Actor

Jim D Rahe 503-764-8254, 503-699-5168 Actor

JJ Morris 971-221-3485 Actor

Chrisse Roccaro

Michael G Jaffe 503-775-2823, 503-201-8994 Actor

Quigley Anne Provost-Landrum 503-247-9009, 503-381-5782 Actor

Rachel D Pate

Joan C Campbell 206-890-9222 Actor

Jonas Grosserhode 503-349-1396 Actor & stuntperson 503-740-0624 Actor 817-374-2749 Actor

Madison M Farley 503-883-3826, 503-857-9024 Actor

Robyn Ruffell 503-481-0513 Actor

Susan Spencer

Tyler James Myers Actor

Yolanda Porter 503-333-5246 Actor



OMPA Callsheet Newsletter - Feb 2013  

OMPA Callsheet Newsletter - Feb 2013

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