B. Anthony Gibson

(Writer/Director/Executive Producer)

Anthony has been writing and directing films and projects for Tatum Pictures since 1992. His most recent films include The Return Home, Two Degrees, and Indiana Jones and the Secret of the Apalachee. Anthony is also a professional actor, voice talent, and teaching artist in the Rochester area and has been seen on stage with the Jewish Community Center, Geva Theatre, and Shipping Dock Theatre. Notable theatre performances include Booth in TopDog/UnderDog and Cody in This Is How It Goes. Anthony and has been involved in short films in the area including Damaged for Discreet Charm Productions. He can also be seen in various commericals in the Rochester, NY area as well as the Philadelphia, PA area. Anthony is very pleased and excited to be working with the cast and crew on Indiana Jones and the Legend of Bimini.

Kat McNally

(Supervising Producer/Assistant Director)

Collin McCormack

(Production Supervisor/Director of Photography)

Shoot. Edit. Animate. That’s Collins’ motto. A camera enthusiast since childhood, this man of many talents now tackles his first feature length with “The Legend of Bimini.” Having already conquered the challenges of the corporate video world, Collin looks forward to stretching his creative muscles in a new venue. As a videographer Collin has produced video for clients such as Wegmans, The Rochester Rotary, Lapp Insulator, Knowlton Technologies, The Center at High Falls, SUNY Brockport and most recently Eagle Productivity Solutions. He prefers fast shutters speeds, low ISO’s and his favorite f-stop is 5.6.

Frank Kielar

(Art Direction)

Franklin has been involved with many short film projects and a few independent feature films shot in the Rochester, NY area since 2005, such as Saberfrog and Bunker nVa. With a Bachelors degree in computer animation, he has used his sense of artistry and lighting sense to improve the production value in films as well as helping to introduce more visual effects to the independent film market in Rochester. Aside from his film work, he continually works on traditional artwork for display in various art shows and has several ambitious projects underway. Indiana Jones and the Legend of Bimini proves to be an exciting undertaking and Franklin is excited to be working with so many talented individuals on this film inspired by such a magnificent film character.

Mike McFadden

(Audio Engineer)

Christopher Moshier

(Location Manager/Associate Producer)

Christopher has been a writer in the independent comic book scene for a decade utilizing the media as a canvas for his film ideas. Concepts to Christopher’s credit are Urthe (co-created with artist Jerry Rascoe), Gems and Haven. Christopher has also worked on the revival of the 1990’s Sky Comics title Morgana X and the adaptation of Fred Saberhagen’s classic, science fiction book series Berserker. It’s only been in the past year Christopher has branched off into local film by making appearances in two R.I.T. short student productions as well as the feature length movie, Bunker nVa. These experiences have been an ideal opportunity to learn more about how a film is put together. Indiana Jones and the Legend of Bimini has been the biggest crash course in how to make a movie to date and he’s grateful for the opportunity in working with so much talent in front of and behind the camera.