Miranda Winters is an American born award-winning Producer/Director/Writer with 2 feature films, and 130 episodes of television to her credit. A talented and proven producer, her projects have taken her from under the hood of an 1,100 HP drift car capturing professional driver Matt Field as he attempts to win the Formula Drift Championship (Losing Traction), to hanging from cliffs in Lauterbrunnen valley, Switzerland capturing the best B.A.S.E. jumpers in the world (LIFTOFF), to the depths of a California prison system documenting the struggles and recovery of the Godfather of the Santa Cruz surfing brotherhood known as the Westsiders (Learning to Breathe). Her skill as a master editor allows her to see the creative process from a more complete perspective, translating to audiences a highly crafted and engaging experience. Specializing in UHD (Ultra High Definition), HFR (High Frame Rate), and HDR (High Dynamic Range) television and film, Miranda also produced one of the world’s first 4K UHD HDR sports reality series, (30/10 Challenge). She is a pioneer in 4K UHD post-production, developing proprietary UHD workflows, and as an esteemed panelist at the SCL Film & Music Collaboration “A Female Directors Perspective”, she continues to help inspire women in the film and television industry. In 2015 Miranda founded Winters Rock Entertainment, a film and television production company based out of Los Angeles, California. Together with her creative partner Rocky Romano, the talented duo are looking to expand their portfolio and bring their storytelling skills to the world of narrative works featuring a full slate of scripted television and films set for 2018.
American born Executive Producer Rocky Romano, is an action sports athlete turned multiple award-winning Writer / Producer / Director with over 20 short films, 5 feature films, and 130 episodes of television to his credit. His work focuses on the motivations and boundaries of the human spirit and spans from the inner cities of Oakland, California (Turf Unity) to the massive waves of Nazaré, Portugal (Red Chargers). Rocky has the unique ability to provide audiences with a behind the scenes look at some of the most tight-knit and seldom seen communities on the planet. From the men and women that push the limits of human flight (LIFTOFF), to the struggles and recovery of the Godfather of the Westsiders, a surfing brotherhood that ruled the Westside of Santa Cruz, CA (Learning to Breathe), and currently to the tragic and inspiring story of professional MMA fighter Marcus Kowal losing his son to a drunk driver (Letters to Liam), he continues to push the level of documentary film and doc-reality storytelling. With five new 4K UHD television series slated for one of the world’s first Ultra HD channels (2017), producing the world’s first 4K UHD HDR sports reality series (2016), as well as being a featured speaker at the 2016 NATPE convention on the 4K Future of Television panel, Rocky is a recognized leader in this new frontier of 4K UHD television and film entertainment. In 2007 Rocky founded The Go Big Project, one of the top adventure/extreme film production companies on the planet. Currently, he and his creative partner Miranda Winters own Winters Rock Entertainment, a film and television production company based out of Los Angeles, California. With a full slate of scripted television and films set for 2018, this creative duo are looking to expand their portfolio and bring their storytelling skills to the world of narrative works.
Alexey Orlov is an award-winning director of photography that specializes in 4K / UHD productions. With his unique skill sets of cinematography and aerial drone operation, Alexey has spent the past 5 years travelling the globe in some of the most extreme conditions while following some of the most adventurous human beings on the planet. From the big waves of Nazare, Portugal (Red Chargers, Film, 2017) to the fjords of Norway (LIFTOFF, Series, 2015) to the incredible cliffs of Dashanbao, China (Modern Explorers, 2017) to the underground drift culture of Japan (Close Proximity, Series, 2017) Alexey has captured some of the most stunning landscapes known to man.