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Molly Williamson

Molly has created dozens of films for businesses and families, transforming what some might call ordinary lives into entertaining films of substance and heart. Through a uniquely personal lens, she documents the lives that make up the fabric of our extraordinary communities.

A 20-year veteran of CBS NEWS New York, Molly has worked with corporate clients including the New York Stock Exchange, HBO and Canon Financial.  She graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Molly resides in Hudson Valley.


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Liz Riviere
Communications Director

Liz has worked in art galleries, documentary film, major photography agencies and publishing houses in Paris, New York and Hong Kong.

A graduate of Smith College, Liz worked for a Paris-based documentary film company devoted to producing films on international writers and artists for Arté and TV5.   She then worked for four years as an Account Executive at Getty Images in New York. For over a decade, Liz worked with art book publisher Hard Press Editions, before returning to her first love, documentary film. Liz resides in Southern California.


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Alex Rappoport
Director of Photography

An award-winning cinematographer, editor, and independent television producer specializing in documentary filmmaking, Alex’s credits include work for National Geographic, The History Channel, PBS, MTV, Discovery, USA Network, Food Network, the Sci-Fi Channel, and several Emmy Award-winning programs for HBO. 

He was the Director of Photography for the first four seasons of The History Channel series, Swamp People, and series DP for HBO’s Saving My Tomorrow; co-DP on the documentary feature films, Larry Kramer: In Love and Anger and Lemon; and D.P./Editor of the 2015 narrative feature film, I Dream too Much.  Alex resides in Hudson Valley.


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Janine St. Germain
Project Archivist

Janine offers our clients historical research and document organization, presentation and preservation. Janine’s career began twenty years ago when she created the archives for Prospect Park’s landscape architects during the restoration of Brooklyn’s Last Forest.   She works with a number of artists’ archives – clients have included Robert Wilson, Robert Kushner, Nancy Holt, Richard Lippold and Christopher Knowles.

A member of the Society of American Archivists, The Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc. and the Mid Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, Janine resides in Hudson Valley.


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Ramon Sosa, Jr. 
Graphic Designer

Ramon Sosa, Jr. has been doing computer graphics and animation professionally since 2008 after graduating from Syracuse University with a BFA. He currently lives in Syracuse, New York and has collaborated with Rolling Pin and with Molly Williamson for documentaries and short films. His passion is for 3D Animation. His skill set includes Motion Graphics, 2D animation and Concept Art. When he is not designing, he is training to qualify for the Olympic Summer Games in Rio to compete for his family's country of origin, the Dominican Republic. He competes in the 110 meter high hurdles.