Steve Schaeffer is a graduate of UCLA's School of Theatre, Film and Television and has worked in the NYC theatre scene for over 20 years, with the last 10 years as a fundraising professional. After working at Off Broadway's MCC Theater as Director of Development, he currently acts as Director of Special Events for Roundabout Theatre Company, New York City's largest not-for-profit theatre. He is also a published playwright and has worked extensively writing industrials across the country.
Darren Campo is Senior Vice President of Programming, Production and Development at truTV, a TimeWarner company. In his role Campo manages the scheduling, production and development departments, one of the largest original programming operations in cable. The unit is responsible for more than 30 original series, totaling more than 500 episodes a year, and is among the top ten most watched networks among men 18-49. Campo is also the author of two science fiction novels, Alex Detail’s Revolution and Alex Detail’s Rebellion. A third book of the Alex Detail series will be published in November 2011.
Prior to joining the company, Campo worked in various positions at CBS, beginning in the television network research department and later serving as program manager for the CBS Television Stations Group.Campo graduated from the Stern School of Business at N.Y.U. He is a frequent lecturer for undergraduate and graduate classes in the Entertainment Media and Technology program. Campo also co-hosts “Better Living”, a syndicated NBC Today Show segment that airs on Monday mornings. Last year TV Week added Campo to its “40 Under 40” to watch list.
Patrick Sullivan — Producer
Patrick Sullivan is a filmmaker, photographer and advertising professional. He has produced two feature films including My Brother's War and A Rogue in Londinium which is currently making the festival rounds, as well as host of indie shorts.
He has worked in advertising for twenty-five years and is currently a production specialist at McGarry Bowen. He studied photography at the School of Visual Arts and has been taking photographs much of his adult life. His work has been shown in various gallery spaces around New York.
Shaunna Harry — Marketing/PR
Growing up in Texas, Shaunna spent most of her time dancing, training with the Houston Ballet and graduating from the High School for the Performing & Visual Arts. She moved to Oklahoma where she continued her dance training at Oklahoma City University (OCU), and before long moved to New York City, where she has been for the past nine years. Continuing her education at FIT with a dual degree in Fashion Merchandising and Advertising, Marketing and Communication, she began to focus more on the business side of the arts.
Her experience includes working with public relations, event and promotional companies as well as working with a number of advertising firms. After testing the waters as a creative manager, brand strategist and trend analyst, she realized her true calling was working in the not-for-profit art sector. She is currently freelancing, doing PR and marketing for dance, film, theater and art collective companies and is thrilled to a part of the DecadesOut team.