Collaborative Team
Michael Huffington
Executive Producer
Michael Huffington has a distinguished career as a dedicated public servant, successful business executive, film producer and philanthropist whose charitable activities span the globe. He served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.  From 1991 to 2000 he was the co-owner of Crest Films Limited, a film production company known for its Emmy-winning commercials, documentaries, and adventure films as well as its work on behalf of non-profit organizations. He was an executive producer of For The Bible Tells Me So which was named by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as one of 15 films on its documentary feature 2008 Oscar shortlist). He has recently produced "Gressroots", "Save The Date", "Geography Club" and " Sins Of Our Youth".
Rachelle Cohen
Executive Producer
Born in Macon, Georgia and trained at Boston University as a scientist and educator, Rachelle Cohen has spent her life embracing the art world. Primarily self-taught, Ms. Cohen is an accomplished art teacher and is internationally recognized for her exquisite and unique porcelain paintings. She hosts concerts showcasing world-renowned artists both in her home and at various venues in the New York and Washington DC areas. Granddaughter of a Rabbi, Rachelle’s Judaism is an integral part of her life. She serves a significant role as a leader within the synagogue and provides a variety of services to local Jewish communities. Ms. Cohen pays tribute and honor to her parents, Rena and Harry, as her inspiration. Having worked with a wide range of art forms around the world, Ms. Cohen recognizes the unique originality and beauty of Sarah Small’s work and is delighted to be associated with her efforts, bringing harmony and Shalom.
Chrissie Rouse
Producer
Chrissie is a visual artist, working primarily in charcoal drawing and photography. She studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art and holds a BA in studio art and art history from Stony Brook University. She has volunteered for the Affordable Art Fair (NYC) and the New York Photo Festival (DUMBO, Brooklyn). Additionally, she has worked for the New York Foundation for the Art’s fiscal sponsorship program, recently managed production for Zac Jaffee’s one man show, Heroes And Other Strangers at FringeNYC 2011, and spent three years working as the Studio Director for Sarah Small Photography. Chrissie is currently living in Readsboro, VT, completing her teaching certification in Visual Art (MA).
Brian Gonzalez
Lead DP
Brian graduated with honors from the School of Visual Arts in cinematography and has garnered numerous accolades from Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, Art Basel, The Robert Wilson Watermill Center, and more. Outside of Tableau, Brian primarily works with XXXX Magazine, Atlantic Records, and Chimera Music. Currently he resides in Park Slope, Brooklyn and continues to make high concept video art, with the goal of fusing light installation, sculpture, performance, fashion, mythology, and non-fiction.
Josephine Decker
Creative Producer and DP
Recently named one of Filmmaker Magazine's 25 New Faces of Independent Film, Josephine Decker just premiered her first two narrative features ("Butter on the Latch" and "Thou Wast Mild and Lovely") at the Berlinale Forum 2014. Noted by The New Yorker to be ushering in a “new grammar” of narrative with her film work, Josephine also plays accordion with the Main Squeeze Orchestra and raises awareness about environmental issues through her performance art.
Rima Fand
Musical Director and Composer
Rima is a Brooklyn-based musician and composer with a love for multidisciplinary performance. Her current project, co-created with Erin Orr, is a Federico García Lorca-inspired musical puppet theatre piece, entitled Don Cristóbal, Billy-Club Man: Link here. It was last performed at the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center in 2011, and will re-launch at the Abron's Art Center in February, 2013. Rima also composes music for her raucous NYC string band, Luminescent Orchestrii, which tours internationally, for her Balkan-inspired acoustic quartet, Sherita, and for her women's vocal trio, Hydra.
Luminescent Orchestrii is credited for music in opening sequence of "Sample Footage + Teaser" in Sample Footage section.

Steven Lawrence
Consulting Producer
Steven is an award-winning producer/director of documentaries, as well as a veteran TV programmer and executive. Part of the launch team for MTV, he served as the channel’s senior producer-director of long form programs for five years, introducing viewers to world and hip-hop music and helming numerous docs including Artists United Against Apartheid: The Making Of Sun City (winner of an IDA award) and Tell Tchaikovsky The News, about the Soviet underground rock scene. After leaving MTV in 1987 he started his own company, Yerosha Productions, and produced three films with director Michael Apted: The Long Way Home, about the odyssey of Soviet underground rocker Boris Grebenshikov, and Married In America 1 and 2, an ongoing study of 9 diverse couples wed in 2001..Between 1998-2002 Steven was co-producer/director of three innovative VIS à VIS documentaries for PBS, based on digital video dialogues between people in different parts of the world facing similar issues. 
In 1999 he co-founded and helped launch Link TV, Television Without Borders, the only nationwide U.S. channel to offer viewers a global perspective on news, issues and culture. As VP of Music & Cultural Programming, Steven pioneered the broadcasting of world music and created America’s only prime time world cinema series, Cinemondo, hosted by Peter Scarlet. For Link he a also co-produced Festival In The Desert: The Tent Sessions, co-directed Ethics And The World Crisis: A Dialogue With The Dalai Lama, and produced the Music For Human Rights film series and The Price of Silence music video, both co-productions with Amnesty International. Among his recent producing credits are The Furious Force Of Rhymes, a feature-length documentary for Arte and Smithsonian Channel about how hip-hop emerged from the Bronx to become the protest music of today in France, Germany, Israel/Palestine, Germany and Senegal, and Sarabah, about Senegalese rapper Sister Fa and her grassroots campaign to end female genital cutting. The latter won the 2011 Movies That Matter Golden Butterfly award for best film about a human rights defender. 
John Northrup
Assistant Editor
John Northrup is a New York based editor and producer.  After producing and editing a number of short films, Spectacle! (2009), Sunday (2009), and The Itch (2010), he moved into production and AD work on feature films with Regretting Fish (2010), the script of which he also translated into French.  His translation skills led to work on such documentaries as National Geographic Explorer: Man Vs. Volcano (2011) and Sarabah (2011).  During this time, he continued to direct, produce, and edit short films and video pieces, such as C'est un bébé (2011).  More recently, he has worked as an associate producer on Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel (2011), a documentary about the late editor-in-chief and of Vogue, which premiered at Venice in 2011 and will be distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films.  He has just finished co-producing and editing a documentary on world-renowned theater artist Robert Wilson called Bob Wilson: Make it Happen (forthcoming, 2012).
Ace Salisbury
Assistant Editor
Ace Salisbury is an internationally award-winning film director based in New York City. Influenced by bizarre animation from the early ‘90s and industrial urban decay, his fascination with all things surreal, comedic, and unsettling has led him to develop a unique style. In 2010 Salisbury won Best Short Film at Zero Film Festival New York for his faux French New Wave film “Headless Nun on a Swing Set that is on Fire.” In 2012 he won Best Music Video at the Toronto Independent Film Festival for “Bend Your Back.” He enjoys bike riding and soup.
Sara Gardephe
Assistant Editor
Sara Gardephe is a film editor and documentary filmmaker based out of New York City.  Focusing on seemingly impenetrable subcultures and idiosyncratic characters, Sara uncovers and experiences realities formerly known only to her subjects. Works in progress include Shy Boys: IRL (a documentary on men who have a severe romantic phobia of women); Allentown (a documentary on a small, isolated town in the Adirondack mountains inhabited by a single family, the Allens, who for generations have been steadily withdrawing from the outside world), as well as films in conjunction with Chimera Music and, of course, Tableau Vivant!
Tom Stein
Consulting Attorney
Currently Litigation Counsel for American Express, where he manages complex litigation and class actions and provides strategic guidance in areas such as privacy, advertising and risk mitigation, Stein spent nearly a decade in private practice at Proskauer Rose LLP and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, focusing on litigation and entertainment law, while representing clients such as Madonna, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League, the Kurt Cobain estate/Courtney Love, ECKO Unlimited, Silverstein Properties (the World Trade Center) and the New York Jets. He is producer and legal counsel to the award winning film Happy New Year, which premiered at SXSW and will hit theaters in the end of 2012 (hnyfilm.com). He has served as legal advisor to numerous filmmakers, actors, musicians and other artists, is on the Board of Directors of the Terra Incognita Theater Company and has been involved with the Lighthouse International Film Festival and The Friars Club Comedy Film Festival. Also a writer, his screenplay Night Witch was a finalist in the Script Pipeline screenwriting competition. He is a graduate of NYU School of Law.
The Lucie Foundation
Fiscal Sponsor
The Lucie Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit, charitable foundation whose mission is to honor master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging talent, and promote the appreciation of photography worldwide. The Delirium Constructions is a fiscally sponsored artist project of The Lucie Foundation. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by federal law.
Team + Crew
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Greta Zozula (DP, Rehearsals, Meet and Greets, Interviews, 2011, Skylight)
Michele Friedman (Producer, BathHouse)
Abby Walsh (Associate Producer, BathHouse)
Charlotte Hornsby (Extra DP/Assistant Camera, Skylight)
David Novack (Producer, Skylight)
Sam Henriques (DP, Skylight)
Liz Rubin (DP, BathHouse)
Ashley Connor (DP, BathHouse, Interviews)
Dan Katz (Extra DP/Assistant Camera, Skylight)
Andrew Kist (Grip/Electric/Assistant Camera, BathHouse and Skylight - Kimberly's Boyfriend)
Kyle Sather (Grip/Electric, BathHouse)
Kevin Bacon (Grip/Electric, BathHouse)
Emily Yacus (Assistant Editor post-Danielle, 2011)
Rosemay Siciliano (Assistant Editor post-Danielle, 2011)
Luke Norby (DP, Editor...)
Ben Stoddard (Assistant Editor 2010)
Jonathan Henry (Editor, Powerhouse Video Edit)
Lauren Keegan (DP, Powerhouse Rehearsal)
Lee Phelan (DP, Meet and Greet 4/2/11)
Mike Wallach "Wally" (Sound, rehearsal 4/30/11)
Spencer Moore (Sound, Meet and Greets, Rehearsals, Performances, 2011)
Colin Alexander (Sound, BathHouse and Rehearsals)
Michael Parker Kozak (Sound, Skylight)
Doug Walters (Sound Editor, Skylight Video Edit)
Danielle Chu (Assistant Editor, 2011)