Mauro Clerici - Writer and Producer
Hi, Mauro here. I'm the crazy guy behind this whole production. During the day I'm a Health Coach and Colorpuncture therapist in NYC where I also live with my girlfriend and partner in crime Alaina. Producing a project of this size is challenging if you have never done it before, and it requires a lot energy and money. Thanks in advance for any help you are going to give us and enjoy the images of beautiful food and Italy! You can find out more about me here: www.dontstopeating.com/colorpuncture/ and www.dontstopeating.com/coaching
Alaina Sinopoli - Blogger & Behind-the-Scenes Production
You can find out more about Alaina at www.tavolafortwo.com
Mamma Franca - Awesome Mom & Professional Foodie
Olivia Booker - Tour Director of Photography
Olivia is an artist and documentary filmmaker based in Northern California. She received a Bachelor's in Studio Art from Davidson College, and is currently pursuing an MFA in Documentary Film at Stanford University. Olivia has worked on a wide range of film projects, but her passion lies in nonfiction storytelling.
Chelsy Mitchell - Series Producer
Chelsy Mitchell is a Brooklyn-based producer and filmmaker. She received her BA in The Arts from Eugene Lang College and her MA in Media Studies from The New School. She works directly with creative professionals, non-profit and youth-oriented organizations. Chelsy is currently collaborating on several projects that range from narrative short films to documentary series.
Danielle Sheppard - Web Design
Find out more about Danielle and her work here: http://beautifulthingsdesign.com/
Evan Garfield - Cookbook Chef
Get more info about Evan's place in Brooklyn 267 http://www.267.nyc/
Evi Abeler - Cookbook Photographer
Rafael "Raffaello" Villapont - Illustrator and Artist
Rafael is a talented Venezuelan artist. As an English teacher ....
Get more of his work on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/villapontoon/
#BeepBeep is our official Car To Farm mascot- the "cinquecento" in miniature size that you see in every video and picture across our production. It represents the Italian vacation from the 50's, when people overloaded their car to travel to sea side for their summer break (Ferragosto).