Two Rivers
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Rodney Mitchell
(Producer, Director, Two Rivers Co-author)
After completing a documentary film education at UCLA, Rod Mitchell oversaw postproduction for Sparkletts commercials for two years, and wrote, produced, and directed a series of corporate videos. “Two Rivers” was the opportunity he had been looking for to launch Greenleaf Street documentary productions.
Diana Rico
(Two Rivers Co-author)
After 15 years as a freelance journalist, Diana transitioned into reality and documentary writing, and spent the last ten years as senior writer & producer for both A&E and E! Entertainments’ biography series. Her most recent credits include the highly regarded "Urban Jungle" - a 13 hour reality series, which examined the experiences nine privileged kids had while spending a month in a Los Angeles barrio.
Mark Vicente
(Principal Photography)
Mark’s career as a cinematographer spans some twenty years, with credits that include “Sarafina”!  (Whoopi Goldberg), “Fatherhood” – (Patrick Swayze & Halle Berry), “Slow Burn” – (Minnie Driver & James Spader). His directorial debut, “What the Bleep Do We Know? “ was released this past year, and has been a hit on the independent film circuit.
Christopher Hoag
Emmy nominated composer Christopher Hoag has written music for a wide range of projects in many different venues. His credits include multiple television series on ABC, Discovery, and Fox; including the pilot episode of "House M.D." (for which he received a 2005 Emmy nomination for outstanding dramatic music composition for a series), the Hyperion/Sony feature "3-Way", Dustin Blacks’ documentary "My Life With Count Dracula", and the IMAX film "Thrill Ride" as well as their first ride film "Dolphins: The Ride".
Christian Glawe

Chris is a veteran editor with over fifteen years of experience. His broadcast & documentary credits include Travel Channel and Discovery, Jack Hanna’s Animal Adventures, Two guys Garage, and The Wilderness Society. His commercial credits include Busch Gardens, the U.S. Air Force, Time Warner, AT&T, J. Walter Thompson, Leo Burnett, and DDB Needham. Chris recently relocated to Los Angeles to expand his documentary and feature film career.