Gordon Skinner, Co-Founder and Executive Producer of [Re]-Frame Media, LLC. His films include: Save Out Seaport; Cornelia Street Café; The Kunas of San Blas; Sitting in the Fire; Strategic Omissions; Lost Innocents. Skinner is a UC Berkeley Investigative Reporting Program 2017 Associate, and has held fellowships among which include: Tribeca Film Institute, Independent Film Project and Lincoln Center Institute. Skinner was filmmaker-in-residence with the South Street Seaport Museum/The New York Harbor School where he designed and implemented a media literacy and documentary filmmaking curriculum. Commissioned work include: Skinner has produced projects for MTV, TV-Japan, NHK, ESPN and Sony Music’s Automatic Films. Prior to co-founding [Re]-Frame Media in May 2015, Skinner worked as an International dispute mediator with several Non-Governmental Organizations including: Seeds of Peace; the Andreas Papandreou Foundation and the Youth Peace Initiative. Skinner was the Director of Educational Outreach for Columbia University’s Middle East Institute where he designed diversity sensitivity curricula. Skinner has created alternative dispute resolution systems for: Law Enforcement Agencies; New York University; Teachers College and the New York City Dept. of Education. 

Iwona Alfred is Co-Founder and Senior Producer of [Re]-Frame Media. Alfred primarily aids in the creative process of filmmaking as a trained photographer. She holds a Master's Degree in urban policy and specializes is environmental and urban planning issues in developing countries.  Alfred co-founded Re-Frame Media with Shiner in 2015 and used her experience in producing "Save our Seaport" film for the City Club of New York. The film showcased the non-contextual commercial tower development in the heart of the historic South Street Seaport. Alfred has also assisted in media literacy curricula and worked with youth at the Harbor School.