Hyperlocal Burien 5 - 7 Min.
Marco Collins is a legendary radio personality. Although he worked at a number of radio stations on the West Coast, VH1 and several record labels/management teams, Collins is best known as the flagship DJ and Music Director at Seattle’s 107.7 ‘The End’ during the 1990’s grunge explosion which landed him a spot in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Collins passion is not limited to music as he worked for the Seattle International Film Festival where he programmed the "Face The Music" series & has hosted & produced numerous film fest events & Q&A's.
Chris Craig is the Economic Development Manager for the City of Burien, focused on supporting Burien's business community, while attracting new businesses, investment and jobs.
The economic development department at the City of Burien includes the Burien Film Office, which supports the creative community in site selection support and assistance with permitting for film shoots. Chris has two wonderfully creative daughters and an amazing wife who grew up in the Seahurst neighborhood of Burien.
International Film Crawl
T.s. Flock is the lead curator of the International Film Crawl. He is a writer based in Seattle. He is a visual arts critic and the co-founder of Vanguard Seattle, for whom he is the lead arts and culture critic. Flock also writes for diverse cultural publications and academic journals. He holds degrees in English Composition, German Language and Biology.
Shelli Park is an interior designer and visual artist. She has owned Crimson Park Design for 20 years. Shelli has a passion for design of structures and furniture.
Shelli believes in the positive impact of art and culture on a community and has curated and organized arts events since 1999.
Shelli is the Burien Film Festival Director and will work so that this festival continues to grow and feed the community.
Krk Nordenstrom is a video editor, director, writer, producer, film festival organizer and film industry activist in Seattle. He began his career in filmmaking in 200. He studied photography at UC Santa Cruz and the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. Krk began a new life as a freelance video editor and also taught most aspects of filmmaking. In 2005, Krk brought the 48 Hour Film Project to Seattle and has grown it into the largest filmmaking competition in the Pacific Northwest and one of the largest in the country. In 2012, Krk became involved with the Washington State Film Incentive. His passion and goal is to engage and empower the local filmmaking community to #keepfilminwa.
Ben Camp is a journalist and filmmaker born in Seattle, WA. He began as a print journalist in the 1990's at publications including The Flavor, The Rocket, and The Stranger. During the 2000's, he worked in radio broadcasting and audio production, both in Seattle and New Mexico. In 2017, his first short documentary film (about Slacker band Ed Hall) was an official selection at the Local Sightings Film Festival at the NW Film Forum.