The Crew

Producer, Creative Director, Writer

Andie Clarke HeadshotAndrea M Clarke segway’d her many years professional experience within the Technology, Marketing, Business Development and Mobile Gaming Space to follow her calling and develop creative projects that inspire and bring people together.

Her two short films screen at events that aim to eliminate bullying and bring people together through art.

A writer at heart and big picture visionary with a keen ability to attract and build stellar teams around profitable projects, she optioned the rights to develop the children’s book, George Washington’s Army and Me into a Family Friendly Feature Film. Or what she describes as “Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn meets The Patriot movie!

Andrea has ancestors who served during the American Revolutionary War and who were early settlers of Rhode Island. Dr. John Clarke, her “uncle” was a founder of Newport and Author of the RI Royal Charter of 1663. Founder of 1663Media Arts, LLC, she develops Historical Dramas based on actual events.

She recently released her lllustrated children’s book, “MyKids Unite© Celebrate Friendships For All! Don’t Be a Bafoodle!” as part of the MyKids Unite© Franchise produced by her Production Company Profile

Story Writer, Historical Consultant, Producer

dooling_M_MP2-1 Well known for his dramatic and historically accurate illustrations, Michael Dooling is the illustrator of over sixty-five books and the author of five including Young Thomas Edison, that School Library Journal said, “Belongs in every library.” The Great Horseless Carriage Race and George Washington’s Army and Me, both written and illustrated by Michael, have been considered for major Hollywood Motion Pictures. Horn Book praised his work as “noteworthy—and handsome—examples of the illustrator as historian.”

Michael has illustrated a commemorative stamp of Benjamin Franklin for The United States Postal Service, articles for Reader’s Digest, and picture books, chapter books, and Middle Grade Novels for numerous publishers including Scholastic, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, HarperCollins, Philomel, Puffin Books, McElderry Books, Henry Holt, Holiday House, Beechtree, Atheneum, Disney, and many others.

Born in 1958, Michael grew up in the small town of Marlton, New Jersey, surrounded by peach and apple orchards. He played baseball, built tree houses, and had snowball fights. He also loved to read and draw; a combination that eventually led to illustrating children’s books. His mother, Patricia, encouraged him to draw and he could always be found doodling away. He even had a dog named, Doodles! Michael graduated with a Master’s Degree in Illustration from Syracuse University and is a member of the Society of Illustrators in New York. He lives in Audubon, New Jersey, with his wife, Jane. They have two daughters and five grandchildren, ranging in age from two to twelve.

In 2013, Michael was selected to a Top Ten List of Great Author Visits by the Pennsylvania School Library Association.

1663 Media Arts, LLC has optioned the rights to develop George Washington’s Army and Me into a full feature film. We are thrilled to have Michael on board as Story Writer, Historical Consultant and Producer.

Click here to learn more about Michael’s award winning writing and illustration career!

Producer & Line Producer | Robert Neal Marshall

Producer & 2nd AD | Natalie N Pace

Award Winning Screenwriter | Robert Child

Producer & Line Producer | Robert Neal Marshall

Producer & Production Office Coordinator | Natalie N Pace

Emmy® Winning Director of Photography | Paul Van Haute

Production Manager | Ed Mantell

Script Supervisor |​ Tori Layne

Special Effects Supervisor – 100% Safety Record | Brian “Speedy” Merrick

Costume Designer | Jodi Nolan

Production Sound Mixer | William Britt, C.A.S.

Editor & Post Production Supervisor | Rex M. Teese

Emmy® Winning, Academy Nominated Composer | John Keltonic

Historical Advisor | Bob Bendesky, 6th Pennsylvania Regiment

Historical Advisor – Battle Scenes, Soldier’s | Sean Wallis