Sam Giffin, Producer/Director/Editor
The youngest of three great brothers, Sam fell in love with the Right On Brother Film company and the process of making films. An apprenticeship in New York led him to take a more humanistic approach in his action sports films, always striving to tell a story. Some recent achievements include "THE SOUL AWARD" and "BEST WEB SERIES" at the 2015 Coldsmoke Film Festival.
Zack Giffin, Producer/Athlete/TinyHouseGuy
Tiny House Builder, Master-Carpenter, Pro Skier, Zack is one of the original brothers in the crew. Zack makes sure R.O.B. stays on the cutting edge of film and marketing creativity.
Jeff Giffin, Founder/Athlete/Inventor
Jeff is one of the original founders of the Right On Brother film company, along with great friends Ryan Fenson-Hood and Paul Bauman. While his time these days is mostly consumed, working on green-energy solutions, he is always an advisor/overseer of R.O.B. projects.
Ryan Fenson-Hood, Founder/Writer/Director/Editor
Ryan Fenson-Hood is a writer, director, and editor whose work has shown on The Sundance Channel, in dozens of film festivals, on DVD and on Netflix. his "Best Documentary" win at the 2009 Zurich Film Festival launched a commercial writing and directing career that evolved into Cinomadic, an NYC-based creative and production house co-founded by Bill Mack in 2011.
Dylan Hart, Photographer/Cinematographer
Dylan graduated from Fairhaven college (WWU) with a degree in photo journalism. His photos have been featured in major publications such as TRANSWORLD and SNOWBOARDER MAGAZINE, and his footage has filled the screens of top mountain film festivals including Banff, Kendal, and Graz. Today, he continues to carve a path with us through this steep and deep film industry here in Bellingham, Washington.
Diego Castello, Director/Dp
Diego has worked as a Grip, AC, DP, and Director for Hand Crank Films over the past decade, making his way up the film ladder and leaving his mark on the local scene. Being originally from Argentina he brings some needed flavor to the Mt. Baker Media House.