Phil Cooke co-founded Cooke Pictures in 1991. He's produced and directed film and television programming in more than fifty countries, and has been influential in shaping the stories of some of the most successful nonprofit and ministry organizations of our time. He's been called "the only working producer in Hollywood with a Ph.D. in Theology," and "One of the most innovative communicators of our generation."
Founding partner & Vice President at Cooke Pictures, Kathleen is an award-winning actress who casts our media projects & is a key creative leader. She's a national speaker and adjunct professor focusing on developing entertainment internship programs for various universities. She's on the advisory board for the Hollywood Prayer Network & is the director for the West Coast/Hollywood chapter of Christian Women In Media Association.
Born and raised in Seattle, Mandy has worked on over 20 indie films, including producing roles on award winning short films. Mandy is enthusiastic about her position at Cooke Pictures, where she has the opportunity to coordinate with clients, manage accounts and budgets, and assist in the production of quality, passion driven media.
Matthew Koppin is an accomplished producer, director, and editor with a wide-array of experience in both the worlds of corporate commercials/music videos and independent documentary filmmaking. Reality programming, live TV, feature film, or documentary - as a creative executive, Matt can take your project from development through post-production. Matthew Koppin has worked with several commercial entities including Team One Advertising, Mpower Pictures, and Attitude Is Altitude.
Chandra's passion for film & television was born while on a trip to Nepal & India, and now she's the Lead Editor, Motion Graphic Designer and Creative Director at Cooke Pictures. She's a master at visual storytelling and strives to create innovative and powerful content for a wide variety of nonprofit and humanitarian organizations.
Dawn has a passion for helping our clients reach people more effectively. Along with Aspire One - a branding firm she co-founded almost 20 years ago, she's the lead brand strategist for Cooke Pictures. She speaks at conferences nationwide, guest lectured at the University of Chicago's graduate school of business and is considered one of the leading experts on branding and marketing for nonprofits.
Brad’s work has spanned the gamut of media projects, from producing a feature film which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, to productions for Fortune 50 companies like Verizon and TV shows for producers like The Jim Henson Company. But his real passion lies in non-fiction filmmaking. In the past two years Brad has worked on five continents where his deep expertise in creative development, emotional storytelling, and directing for volatile situations have been put to the test.
Daniel Temple is one of the founders of Sermonspice.com, the world's leading downloadable media website for Church Leaders. He brings his industry defining expertise to every project and makes it a point to integrate the latest technologies in a new and creative way. Daniel's expertise is creating enterprise grade media centered websites that are equipped to handle any demand from any device.
Kelsey Guerra is the Executive Assistant / Office Manager at Cooke Pictures, and works closely with every member of the team to plan and organize every engagement, event, and production. She recently moved back to LA after working in New York City for 5 years. She has grown up in the industry and loves being a part of the team at Cooke Pictures.
There are plenty of people who can produce media content. It seems like every organization in the world has an employee with iMovie or Final Cut Pro on their computer. And the truth is, many of these presentations can look pretty darn creative.
But the truth is, you don’t need another video.
You need a creative tool that moves your audience to action.
Cooke Pictures specializes in producing media that inspires faith, confronts social issues, and creates emotion. It’s as simple as that. If you want to share information, then print a brochure. But if you want to inspire and motivate your audience, then a documentary, television special, short film, feature, or video presentation will make the kind of impact that can change people’s lives.
The Bottom Line? Our projects get results.