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Storytellers

The person born with a talent they are meant to use will find their greatest happiness in using it.
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
 

Cassidy Bisher
Director & Producer

Cassidy "Cass" Bisher started DropDrop Studios in 2007 as a VFX Shop that garnered an international audience. He expanded into a full-fledged Marketing & Video Production squad, investing in game-changing visual technology, building his production house, and acquiring his team of creatives. As a result, DropDrop Studios has worked with high-profile clients such as Verizon, AT&T, CAT, with media being showcased on the Discovery Channel, History Channel and other networks.

Storytelling is Cassidy's first love. His commercial and corporate voice is uniquely served by his passion for narrative filmmaking. Cassidy continues to direct and help produce a growing portfolio of short and feature films.

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There are so many ways to interpret reality, but discovering the right path to serve the story is most critical. It has to have the power to inspire an entire creative team to innovate and touch the souls of many. Good stories beg to be told.
— Cass

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Zac Page
Writer & Creative Director

ZAC PAGE has established a distinctive voice and progressive vision as a filmmaker yielding a diverse portfolio of short form narratives over the past eight years. Acquiring multiple awards for his screenwriting and directing, Page's body of work has screened at film festivals around the world.

Zac's greatest passion is in evaluating human behavior, discovering deeper ways to reach universal truths and communicate effectively through writing. Since acquiring his undergrad in 2010 Page has written five feature length scripts and just completed his feature film directorial debut Burst Theory that is seeking a festival world premiere, marketing and distribution.

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We are all messengers. It is a great responsibility to filter what is passed along to future generations. Thus, we must have a healthy view of our past in order to be a relevant and wise voice in our present. A house is still built one brick at a time. Each message matters.
— Zac

Craig Harmer
Director of Photography & Colorist

A cinematographer and camera operator with a background in darkroom photography, Craig Harmer is most known for his signature, cinematic imagery in the independent feature films Burst Theory and Mother’s Milk, as well as his many broadcast television advertising and short film productions.  As a GVSU film school undergraduate student, he was privileged to connect and work with a diverse range of filmmakers and writers, many of whom he continues to collaborate with today. 

Recently, Craig has further expanded his catalog in both TV and narrative fiction projects, working on production for national NASCAR television campaigns, the recent Columbia University graduate thesis film Moths, and his upcoming third feature film Residuum which was produced in Chicago.  With several additional films and media projects in development for the future, Craig hopes to continue pursuing challenging and unusual work, increasing his ever-growing range of influences and experiences in television and feature film.


Jesse Low -
Writer, Director & Producer

Jesse has worked in film & video production for over 12 years.  Spending his childhood in a South Pacific jungle, he found the world as an experience to be shared.  From Boston to L.A., from Hollywood features to Indie's and commercials, he has worked as nearly every position on and off set.  

Starting as an intern at Spyglass Entertainment, and developing into an independent writer, director and producer, Jesse has the creative vision to develop original ideas and the industry experience to turn them into reality.

Each project that is before us is the chance to create a story never seen before and impact a world in need of hope. Despite budget or limitation, the power of light is universal.
— Jesse