Justin Dossetti has been working in TV and film for over 20 years gaining experience in almost every facet of filmmaking. Justin started producing news and talk shows for the San Jose Community Cable Channel in 1992. He got into independent film on Pete Anderson’s 1997 film “Partners for Life” working as an associate producer as well as doing additional camerawork, lighting and sound recording for the production. After making several short films including the award winning “Dear Brain, From Heart”, Justin directed his first feature film “My Sweet Killer”. In 2000, “My Sweet Killer” won the “Breakthrough Performance Award” at The Method Fest Film Festival in Pasadena, CA where the film was chosen to be the opening night film. The film was theatrically released in Los Angeles and nationally distributed through Hollywood Video where it maintained the top ranking in DVD rentals by category for many weeks. The film has been sold to the world market by The Asylum including Germany, Australia, Canada, and Italy. Justin then went on to produce and direct several commercials, music videos and a television pilot “Westward”. In, 2006, Justin re-teamed with Pete Anderson to co-direct “Gotta Love What You’re Doing”, a documentary on Delta Blues guitar player Chris Burkhardt. Justin co-produced and shot Pete Anderson’s 2007 feature film “Voyeur”. Recently, Justin was a contributing director on Anderson’s 2011 feature film “Break” which won the “Golden Ace” award at the Las Vegas Film Festival and the “Award of Merit” from the Accolade Film Competition in San Diego.
Jen Mathe is a multi-sport coach, sport performance specialist, and co-owner of One10 Performance & Nutrition. She brings extensive experience with over 20 years of coaching in a variety of sports, and has an impressive educational background as well; including a M.S. in Kinesiology, B.S. in Exercise Physiology, and a host of certifications (Certified Triathlon Coach, Certified Running Coach, Certified Swimming Coach, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, and Certified Athletic Trainer). Jen is also a World Championship level amateur triathlete and spends most of her free time swimming, biking, or running in preparation for Ironman.
Josh Mathe is a personal trainer, nutritionist and co-owner of One10 Performance & Nutrition. He is passionate about using his knowledge and skill set to improve quality of life, and his interests extend father than his gym; he works with sports teams, teaches learning exchange classes, contracts with local companies like Aerojet and Sutter, and regularly lectures on a variety of nutrition topics. Josh holds a M.S. in human nutrition and is a Certified Sports Nutritionist and Performance Enhancement Specialist. While he has had some success as an athlete (Ultra-marathon and Ironman finisher and two time Olympic distance age group Nationals qualifier), he has also overcome injury and weight loss demons to get there – which makes him uniquely qualified to provide clients with the tools necessary to reach their goals.
Scott Estrada, owner of RiseSUP, combines the progressive sport of stand-up paddling with over 20 years of fitness training and wellness lifestyle coaching into one umbrella focusing on whole food education to move people beyond their imbalances and symptoms into leading a preventive lifestyle to slow the aging process with functional movement, building strength and endurance and learning to incorporate more nutrient dense foods. He has several published articles in the world of SUP focusing on the ‘food is medicine” approach and has worked with people of all walks of life advocating for their health and wellness. www.risesup.com
Lorraine Gates owner of TryUMPH Fitness, is a Fitness & Lifestyle Coach and Certified Personal Trainer since June 2010. Upon receiving NASM certification in 2010, she has been providing personal training to clients who lacked the ability to believe in themselves or that a healthy lifestyle was attainable in their world. One-on-one training sessions not only include resistance, circuit, toning, balance, stability and/or stretching, but nutritional and emotional encouragement. Through these methods, she has helped change lives and empower her clients with the knowledge of how to overcome challenges and make decisions that were not a “DIET” or temporary and often overwhelming modifications in their lives, but take the baby steps to permanently change their lifestyle! Being able to overcome obstacles and remain motivated is a appealing character I offer my clients, because when these challenges arise, I brainstorm with them. We continue working together and find the solution that works best for them.Mostly, I push my clients, breaking down barriers especially in their mind; in turn empowering their confidence by teaching them how to efficiently workout and understand the method behind the madness to programing design.
Dr. Sidney Bean, D.C. is a native of California; he was born and raised in Modesto, CA, which is also where he practiced chiropractic prior to coming to Sacramento. He obtained his doctor of chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA. Prior to chiropractic school; he attended Southwestern Adventist University in Keene, TX. He graduated from SWAU with a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology and a minor in Biology. During his time at Southwestern he was also a four-year member of the men’s basketball team. His interests include hiking, bowling, fishing, golf, football, and basketball.
Dr. Charles Ward has dedicated the past 33 years to teaching people success principles and strategies. He is committed to helping people to be the best they can be, in all areas of their lives.There are basic things you need to apply each and every day to make your life a success. Dr. Ward is a frequent key-note speaker throughout the United States and Canada. His pearls of wisdom are priceless to those who have the opportunity to hear him speak. He is known for his unique coaching style, focusing on personal identity. One of his famous lines, “your practice will never outgrow your self-esteem”, speaks his philosophy of teaching. has dedicated the past 33 years to teaching people success principles and strategies. He is committed to helping people to be the best they can be, in all areas of their lives. There are basic things you need to apply each and every day to make your life a success. Dr. Ward is a frequent key-note speaker throughout the United States and Canada. His pearls of wisdom are priceless to those who have the opportunity to hear him speak. He is known for his unique coaching style, focusing on personal identity.
Kara Zunie Her modalities include, but are not limited to, Biovalent Therapy (TM), Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Visceral Therapy, with occasional spatterings of Lauren Berry Method (TM) and biomechanical and soft tissue osteo techniques. I have a strong athletic bodywork background and mix all of the above with Soft Tissue Release (TM), Rhythmic Deep Tissue, Active Isolated Stretching, and patient self-care education to promote maximum pain-free athletic output in my clients. And she loves her work.
Theo Schiff has been building and fixing computers since he was 16 years old. He has been providing on-call technical support for over 10 years, both with his own company and through larger support providers. He will be assisting the production with all technical issues. He is also has years of desktop publishing experience and will bring this knowledge to assist with graphics and animation.
Thomas Dodson creates ongoing, engaging social media content for non-profits, for-profits and wanna-make-a-profits. Thomas labored for more than a decade in journalism, mostly television news. He then spent years in PR and marketing in various sectors. www.thomasdodson.com.