DANIELLE KELLER, Director & Producer, has her Bachelor's Degree from John Brown University in Digital Media Arts, Cinema. Danielle has worked on several short film projects, feature film Coyote County Loser, and the recent documentary, Dogpatch, USA: "An Average Stone-Age Community"
Danielle works as a photographer and filmmaker in Northwest Arkansas creating video projects and promotions for the Arkansas Public Theater, Rhea Lana's Children's Consignment, Smokehouse Players, Kari Kidd Photography, Princess Party Palace and The Northwest Arkansas Metsquerade. Danielle is also a board member for Silver Spark Productions, has served on the Senior Film Pitch panel for John Brown University and will be participating as a presenter and judge in a local film festival for high school students called, Ozark Media Arts Festival.
Danielle lives with her husband (who she met working on a film) and 2 children in Bentonville, Arkansas, home of the Bentonville Film Festival, co-founded by Geena Davis and Trevor Drinkwater. She and her family enjoy visiting Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, taking bike rides and hanging out on the square. Danielle also enjoys spending time with friends, collecting old cameras and telling stories.
MELINDA MURPHY, Producer, spent more than a decade working for a global shopper marketing agency. She attended the University of Arkansas with a major in English and minor in Creative Writing.
Melinda is currently a management consultant with Trace, AgStack, and Impact Foods. These three companies have a vision of providing global food security for at-risk groups with an eye to the future of creating methodologies which enrich top soils and create nutrient rich, fully traceable food sources globally.
Melinda lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas with her teenage daughter. She enjoys world travel, writing, photography, and hiking. She also enjoys non-profit work and environmental endeavors.
VICTORIA LE, Director of Photography, has a Digital Cinema degree from John Brown University. She has worked on independent features that include Parker’s Anchor, a locally produced film, and larger television networks like HBO. She has also been employed as a media producer for John Brown University and for New Life Ranch.
In addition to filmmaking, Victoria enjoys shooting both film and digital photography, traveling, composing music, woodworking, and roller skating with her dog.
Victoria initially started her storytelling career as an actress which paved a path to the world of film. Her background of acting experience has really helped Victoria's ability to tell stories from behind the camera and connect with actors and subjects in a seamless way.
Driven to impact and inspire the thoughts of viewers through visually striking and creative storytelling, Victoria chose to pursue film in order to shed light on the unique and untold perspectives of the world, and that is her goal for "So Much More".