Ben Altenberg is a documentary producer and director originally from Albuquerque, NM. He’s happiest when he can apply his years of film and broadcast experience to serving communities in need. He also has a penchant for archival research and handling rights & clearances for film and television. His feature documentary The Shake-Up, was released in 2019.


Field Humphrey is a director, editor, and cinematographer from Roswell, GA. A University of Mississippi alum, Field cut his teeth in New York City working in Post-Production at Zero Point Zero Productions on programs such as Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. His editor credits include ESPN’s 30 for 30: Phi Slama Jama, The First Rainbow Coalition, and the Emmy-winning Let ‘Em Know You’re There, which he directed as well.


Patrick Newman works primarily as a producer but is equally happy behind a camera, spreadsheet, or antiquated tape deck. Credits include the Emmy Award-winning ESPN 30 for 30: Brian and the Boz, Chi-Town, and MLB Presents: The Eighth Wonder. Passions include archival research and writing anything other than his own bio.