Adam started making these on accident. He literally didn’t know what a camera was, nor that it was recording, but sure enough, the industry came clamoring for more.
JP directs videos at Sandwich. He made his start as an editor cutting trailers and short films, then joined Adam in 2011. He loves the Internet and meeting cool dogs.
Shadie started producing for Sandwich in 2012 as a freelancer and never left. He is also Vice President of the Board of Directors at Cinefamily, a Magician at the Magic Castle and Founder of Shadie’s Soccer Sundays (Sometimes Played On Other Days).
Greg’s rise to notoriety at Sandwich has been set against a backdrop of rants on the best donut in LA, why receipts are too long, and how EVERY printer is the Devil. Producing is merely an excuse to create a built-in audience for his musings.
Sabrina studied anthropology and documentary filmmaking before joining Sandwich in late 2013. She directs and edits videos for Sandwich by day and trains in Brazilian jiu-jitsu by night.
Josh is a complex and exciting man. His favorite movie is any movie that takes place over the course of one crazy night. He’s been living at Fireland since 1995. He’s been writing for Sandwich since 2011.
Claude made his start at Sandwich Video in early 2012. He edited the second season of the podcast “You Look Nice Today.” He’s directed a bunch for Sandwich.
Zach is a Bay Area native and studied Film & Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz before joining Sandwich in 2015. In the past, he has worked for VFX houses, television stations, tech startups, design firms and an NBA team (the Clippers).
Roxana Altamirano is a casting director. You can contact her at email@example.com.
Salwa is a Seattleite who’s made a life in LA working in production, and joined Sandwich in 2014 as office manager. She thinks macaroons are overrated and French fries are a food group.
A native Midwesterner, Dave joined Sandwich in 2015. When not producing, he enjoys a good Old Fashioned, building stuff with wood and idolizing Nick Offerman.
Coming to us from the great state of Rhode Island, Jeff is a self proclaimed geek who loves data a bit more than he should. Having come across the term ‘Renaissance man’ in a middle-school history course, Jeff hopes to one day achieve this status.
Equal parts logical and creative, Laura has a background in both accounting and live event production. She finds math calming, numeric coincidences intriguing, and believes “why” is the single most empowering word in the English language. Jelly beans are her nemesis.