Audrey Walters is a professional SAG/AFTRA Actress with television credits from AMC's Preacher & ABC's Killer Women. Her feature credits include Walk. Ride. Rodeo., Big Kill, Arizona, Our Souls at Night & Camouflage. As a former TV host for Cafe Well and former correspondent for the PBS series, Urban Conversion, Audrey used her Broadcast Journalism education from Texas Tech University to educate audiences on living a "greener" lifestyle. Audrey's years as media coach and mentor at a children’s talent agency, fostered a passion for helping children grow creatively through on camera work. In 2013, Audrey co-created the award winning children's program,Talk to the Camera to improve social communication and teamwork skills through video making. With the rapid success of the Denver location, making these after school classes and camps available nationally for franchising enables Talk to the Camera to empower the next generation on a greater scale. Click here to view Audrey's IMDB page.
A Buckley School of Public Speaking certified coach and public educator with several years experience, Jenny loves to teach. Working with dedicated professionals on perfecting public speaking techniques and communication skills in the private and corporate sectors was fulfilling for years. However, Jenny’s love of kids brought her back to public schools to share her strengths in helping children communicate with confidence and poise. Jenny’s work has been making a difference in kids lives for several years, while exploring unique ways of teaching and learning to kids in a variety of situations. This mom of 2 graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Arts and English Writing from University of Colorado and holds a Masters Degree in Education from Regis University in Denver.
A native of Colorado who grew up in Arvada, Will’s upbringing in a family of entrepreneurs planted the seed for his desire to be a business owner himself. Will has always enjoyed the challenges that come with building businesses, but his true passions are working on creative projects and enriching children’s lives. Being a Franchise Owner with Talk to the Camera allows Will to combine those passions with his business and broadcasting experience. Will graduated with honors from the Colorado Media School, where he earned a certificate in TV and Radio Broadcasting. He’s enjoyed diverse and challenging positions in broadcasting - in front of and behind the camera - from radio announcer to camera operator and producer. He also held management level positions with organizations in Arizona and Denver. Will has a son in elementary school who attends Talk to the Camera our after school classes & school break camps. He’s seen first hand the positive impact our enrichment programs have on children. Will loves spending quality time with his son doing various outdoor activities like fishing, swimming, playing catch, hiking, riding bikes, sledding, and anything that keeps them enjoying the outdoors. Will also enjoys playing and watching sports. Of course, he is a Colorado sports homer and roots for all the hometown teams.
A native New Yorker who spent 12 years in Denver, Swann now lives in Orlando, FL where he is excited to introduce Talk to the Camera to the Sunshine State. His experience in education is quite diverse and includes edutaining elementary students as "Solar Swann" for Mad Science as well as teaching physical exams to medical students at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. As a professional actor for over 10 years, he has performed in films, commercials, TV shows, internet videos and works regularly as a performer for Universal Studios Orlando.
Christopher Goode is a photographer and filmmaker by trade with over 7 years experience in the industry. In this time he's amassed an extensive portfolio of creative work in a range of styles from a career that's taken him to over 35 countries around the world. He holds a BFA in Film, Television and Media Production from the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia and now calls Denver, Colorado home. He specializes in editing video and is passionate about bringing creative visions to life.
Daniel Buono is a filmmaker, producer and teaching artist. He is originally from the very small state of Rhode Island, but has lived in North Carolina, Boston, New York City and now Colorado. He has worked on Showtime, HBO, Netflix and PBS documentaries as well as short narrative films that have screened at festivals around the world including Tribeca Film Festival and South by Southwest. His interests include traveling, hiking and pop music.
Kathi is an actress, director and voice-over artist , starting her career at the age of 4, appearing in a production of “The King and I”. She has appeared locally on stage for several theatre companies and has film, TV, internet and commercials credits. She was an on-air radio host for over 25 years on both music and talk formats. Kathi has taught and directed children and adults in theatre and looks forward expanding her teaching to film and sharing with a new generation her love of the arts. Her greatest joy, when not performing, is spending time with her 5 beautiful and talented grandchildren.
Frankie brings some FUN into the mix! An overall creative, Frankie is versed in multiple genres of performance, and is passionate about helping others discover their artistry, from the novice to the seasoned professional. A professional actor, comedian, coach, and educator, she brings a wealth of experience and training to the table. With a BFA in Theatre and a BA in Psychology, she has found that these disciplines lend to the authenticity of her performance and teaching style. Frankie is on the Board of a successful Shakespeare Company, as well as serving as a Shakespeare Consultant to the Rutgers/NJIT Theatre Program. She has performed in Off Broadway productions, regional and community theatre, and has produced and directed many full-length productions, including a series of One Woman Shows. Frankie studied Long Form Improv with the original members of the Upright Citizens Brigade; Amy Poehler, Matt Walsh, Matt Besser, and Ian Roberts. She is versed in Long and Short Form Improv and has performed both styles live. As a stand-up comic, she has worked the NYC comedy circuit, and won the title of New Jersey’s Funniest Female. As an acting coach, Frankie focuses on enabling her students to maximize their potential. She holds the same philosophy as an educator and is grateful to bring her creativity into the classroom. She has taught students of all ages and levels in a variety of settings, from afterschool enrichment programs, inpatient facilities, professional development workshops, to classes in professional theatre programs.
Casey earned her bachelor’s degree from the University Northern Colorado in Theatre Education and a minor in English. She later earned her masters from Colorado State University in Human Resource Management. Casey has been teaching theatre near and far for elementary-high school aged students. When not teaching the youth of America she enjoys exploring the incredible mountains, riding her motorcycle, and taking naps.
Brandon Keller grew up in Hawai'i and was instilled with a passion for storytelling at an early age. In 2014, he moved to Denver to attend the University of Colorado, and he graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor's in Film and Television Production. He's directed and worked on a vast array of projects, from music videos, to short films and independent feature films, all locally produced in Colorado. For the past year, he has worked as an independent videographer and photographer, establishing his own company and working to build his brand. At Talk To The Camera, Brandon uses his behind-the-scenes technical knowledge to give students a unique perspective on the art of filmmaking, and helps them to find their own passions and strengths for creative and visual storytelling
Cooper Knight is a Colorado native, and an Eagle Scout of the Boy Scouts of America. He has been drawing, acting, and making movies since he was 6 years old, and his passion to tell stories from a neuro-diverse perspective drives his career in film. At University of Colorado Denver, He earned his bachelors degree with honors in film, and television production, gaining three years experience in filmmaking and a best documentary nomination. At Talk to the Camera, Cooper looks for distinct ways to invite creativity in students, and an inner drive for students to follow their dreams.