Angel Gracia


Angel Gracia is a Spanish-American creative director at the Stan Lee Foundation and an ex-partner, creative director, and executive producer at Ridley Scott and Associates. His vast experience in advertising worldwide as a director earned him numerous national and international awards, including 4 Cannes Advertising awards and an Emmy.

His feature film "From Prada to Nada" was released by Lionsgate in 2011 and stars Camilla Belle, Alexa Vega, Wilmer Valderrama, and Oscar nominated Adriana Barraza. The film was produced by OddLot Entertainment (Drive). It won two Alma Awards and two Imagen awards, including Favorite movie, best actress, and supporting actress.

He has directed numerous celebrities, including Julianne Moore, Penelope Cruz, Hugh Laurie, Sofia Vergara, Val Kilmer, Terry Crews, Eugenio Derbez, and Shaquille O'Neal, and worked for international clients such as VW, Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Toyota, Ford, Honda, Dodge, Snickers, Schweppes, MasterCard, Coca Cola, Coors, and ING.

His career bean as a student when he won a Student Academy Award for his short film, The Three Cornered Hat, followed by the first MTV video contest for Madonna's True Blue single. 

With an extensive background in Special FXs, Angel began his career directing, photographing and editing music videos for bands like for SNAP, Enigma, Daryl Hall, and Heaven 17, which eventually lead him to direct the musical drama movie The Spirit for BMG's group 5NY. In 2015, he became a member of the prestigious NBC-Universal "Directing Fellowship Program" and in 2015 he directed his first half hour comedy pilot, Table Manners. He is currently developing a new 'super hero' TV series for Secuoya Studios and in pre-production for a George Lopez feature film.



Romina “Romy” Delgadillo earned a degree in Graphic Design from Anahuac University in Mexico City.  After college, she began an 8-year stint at Televisa, where she created advertisements and promotions for its channels and TV shows. It wasn’t long before she dramatically increased her role to the position of Art Director, heading her own department of designers, and eventually turning her skills directly into Motion Graphics animation. 


Romy then embarked upon a career as a Freelance Art Director and Copywriter.  She worked for numerous advertising agencies, including Leo Burnett and Ogilvy and McCan Erickson; creating content for brands like Coca Cola, Coors Light, Carta Blanca, Secret and IFE.  By 2005, Romy’s creative prowess led her to Los Angeles, where she maintained continued success, joining the likes of Ridley Scott’s RSA Films as a producer for director Angel Gracia.


By 2010, Romy changed hats for Smooth World Productions and The Cortez Brothers Productions, becoming an Associate Producer; and in a few short years, Executive Producer on a myriad of US and worldwide television commercials. Some notable projects included The Turkey Tourism starring Julianne Moore, The General Insurance with Shaquille O’Neal, and Schweppes with Hugh Laurie. She continues her passion of acting whenever she gets an opportunity, coming from a long line of renowned actors in Mexico, performing in front and behind the camera as a voiceover Actress. Romy brings 20+ years of acute detail orientation, creative genius and economic expertise in the Entertainment Industry.  




Shane Walker


Shane is a seasoned producer in film and television as well as an experienced entrepreneur. Spending time between London and LA, he has worked in production, finance and distribution. In 2011 Shane started working for Showtime Networks and Critical Content as an Executive Producer for the hit series he created Gigolos. It was Showtime’s #2 ranked series for nighttime programming for 6 seasons. Walker is currently Head of Production for the Stan Lee Foundation where he is developing three series based around the Stan Lee superheroes, including several projects with NASA. 

Over the past 20 years he has founded and launched 3 tech companies in the higher education and media space. Shane has several TV and feature projects at different studios and is now operating out of Miami. His next films to go into production is “They Call Me Coach” (biopic written by Angelo Pizzo- Hoosiers and Rudy) and “How the Gringo Stole Christmas” starring George Lopez. Voices in the Dark, a thriller / horror series shot in Latin America. Also, CRY, a horror trilogy set to shoot in the Dominican Republic.



Kevin Grevioux is a screenwriter, producer, actor and a graphic novel creator who has 25 years of experience in the film industry. After graduating Howard University with a degree in microbiology, Grevioux came to Hollywood where he acted in several films including, Alien Nation, The Mask, Congo, Batman Forever, Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes, The Hulk and Men In Black II. Kevin also cocreated and wrote the original screenplay to the successful Underworld franchise, which was his first produced writing credit. He was also a co-producer on the film series and played the character RAZE. Grevioux wrote the original screenplay for the film I, Frankenstein produced by Lakeshore Entertainment. It was based on his original graphic novel. 

In addition, Grevioux is a prolific writer in the comic book/graphic novel and video game world. He has written video games for Underworld, I, Frankenstein and PGUN for Blowfish Studios in Australia. 

Kevin has worked for both Marvel and DC Comics having written such characters as SpiderMan, Blade, Iron Man, Batman, Superman, the Phantom, Bloodshot, Bass Reeves, Psycholist, Noble, and the critically acclaimed Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel for Marvel which he created. He has established an independent creator-owned comic book/graphic novel company called Darkstorm Comics. 

Under this imprint Kevin has created Darkstorm, ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction, I, Frankenstein, Monstroids, Shurika, Skull & Guns, The Gray Men, Alius Rex and Battlesphere. As well as Astounding Comics, which produces all-ages titles such as Valkyries, Njuma, Cryptokids, Guardian Heroes, The Atoms Family, The Toy Box, Mighty Girls, The Vindicators and The Hammer Kid. Grevioux animation credits include The Atoms Family, an unproduced pilot for Starz and episodes of both Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Mega Man and Young Justice. 




Richard Judson

Richard Judson is currently a commercial real estate agent and financier. His extensive connections in finance help to get the most difficult and profitable deals closed and executed with an emphasis on debt. He also helps businesses to set up their back offices in order to become profitable or more profitable. He has interests in non-real estate businesses ranging from car dealerships to farmer co-ops.


Originally from New Orleans, he obtained a bachelors degree in finance from the University of New Orleans. He immediately started trading corn and wheat with Continental Grain and helped the company to leverage Lotus Notes into market dominance for their first time in 20 years in southern California (Tulare and Kern Counties). 

After being promoted to a nice position somewhere in Kansas, he quit before leaving to stay in California, become a stock broker briefly, trade bonds briefly, practice various forms of accounting torture for pay, and to open a mortgage and real estate brokerage. 

Richard is bridging the gap between real estate and media production.

Grace Alvarez is a writer, editor, and social media manager. She has worked with NASA, the Stan Lee Foundation, Grand Reserve, and various television productions and commercial campaigns. She is Angel Gracia's executive assistant, writer, and editor for projects developed by Creative Tank and an intern for the Promise Fund of Florida, which was founded by Nancy Brinker. 


In 2019, she edited the autobiography of John Loring, design director of Tiffany & Co. from 1979 to 2009. She was awarded numerous scholarships as a university student for her accomplishments in writing and academics, including several prestigious honors scholarships.





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