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We are The Milkmen.

Brandon Williams
Actor, Comedian, Writer, Musician, Mediocre Dancer


Brandon Williams is a quadruple-threat. As an actor, he's performed on and off-Broadway, was a series regular on Spike's Kill Point, and has guest starred on Law and OrderUgly Betty, and Third Watch. Brandon wrote and hosted the hit travel show We Live Here for Fine Living Network. Brandon's secret weapon is songwriting and vocals which he's used as part of his act during his 13 years as a stand-up comedian performing in New York and nationally and appearing twice on Conan O'Brien. Brandon is also a dad to two young boys, with another on the way.

Adam Jones
Director, Co-Writer, Co-Producer, Excellent Dancer


With a focus on storytelling, comedy dialogue, and improvisation, Adam has shot branded content, websites, and hundreds of commercials in most major markets across the US and Canada. He was nominated NH Filmmaker of the Year at the NH Film Festival in 2007 for his award-winning short Nowhere Fast. Jones first collaborated with Brandon Williams in 2007 shooting for Philips/Norelco which won a Gold Lion at Cannes, The FWA Site of the Year, and Ad Age’s Digital Campaign of the Year.  Adam is also a father of two, so that's good.

David Bradley
Co-Producer, Aspiring Golden Gloves Champion

Dave's editorial prowess cutting comedy dialogue, mock-documentary, shorts, fashion & beauty or integrated graphic design has been sought by agencies like Saatchi, Y&R and O&M to name a few. Dave's spotwork has landed him a few Lions, LIAAs and Clios. He's cut footage for Directors like Joe Pytka, Kinka Usher, and Eric Joiner and has been working with Adam Jones since the days when dailies where on 3/4". Dave is also a talented After Effects artist, producer, sound designer, and yes— father.

Trevor Herrick
Producer, Daredevil

Trevor Herrick has supervised the production of such films as the Academy Award-winning An Inconvenient Truth, and 2010 Sundance Audience Award winner Waiting for Superman both directed by Davis Guggenheim. He has produced branded content for  companies like Crispin Porter Bogusky, @Radical Media, Tool of North America, and Moxie Pictures, and has worked with directors like Terry Gilliam and Jim Sheridan. Trevor’s recent projects included a Microsoft campaign shooting in 6 cities around the world and a indie feature film, The Pill, winner of the Audience Award at the Gen Art Film Festival. Wherever he is, he finds a way. Trevor is engaged and one day too hopes to be a stay-at-home dad.

Kevin Jones
Cinematographer, Lead Guitar

Kevin Jones has explored a variety of formats his 20+ years as a cinematographer such as the punk rockumentary NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell  for VH1. Jones produced intimate doc footage with The Clash in 1980 which is on permanent exhibition at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Kevin shot and directed the 1⁄2 hour series Real Simple for PBS, and has lensed hundreds of commercials all around the world for bigshot directors like Errol Morris, Michael Bay and Bob Giraldi. Cameras aside, Kevin has played his guitar at CBGBs and Lincoln Center. Kevin is also a father of two, so that makes him even more impressive.

Judson Crane
Composer, Savant

Jud's a classically trained Berklee grad who produces original music from his tricked-out studio in Savannah, Georgia creating tracks for brands like BMW, Mountain Dew and Sony. Jud was named Best Composer at the 2005 Boards Awards and has has been featured thrice in Shoot Magazine's annual Top Ten Music Tracks in Advertising. As a screenwriter/composer his 2004 NYC 48 Hour Film Fest entry won for Best Music, Directing and Cinematography and Overall Film. Jud has recorded with Roger Daltry, Mike Mainieri, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Cameo. Jud's wife Lalo is a vibraphone virtuoso and the mother of their first child.

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