Meet The Crew

The people who bring you Double Take Diets:

Alex Governatori III- producer, director, editor

Alex is the founder of Governatori Productions, an independent video production company located in the Wasington, DC/Baltimore area.  He is a freelance videographer, editor, director, and all around production technician for local and government entities.  Alex has studied television production for over 10 years and holds a BA in Film and Media from American University.  As a passionate filmmaker, Alex has written and directed several short films and other digital productions, and teaches filmmaking to young, aspiring filmmakers.  He also enjoys being in front of the camera as an actor, and is currently pursuing improv comedy training at the DC Improv Club.  He is passionate for food, sports, and fun!  Alex’s favorite food is chicken parmesan.  Contact Alex-

Email: agovernatori@gmail.com

Web: Governatori Productions

Chrissy Baker- producer, writer, voice director

Chrissy has been involved in the world of entertainment since the age of 5, and enjoys being both behind and in front of the camera and microphone as an actress, voice artist, writer, and producer.  She holds a masters in psychology from Catholic University and completed her graduate research at the Children’s Digital Media Center at Georgetown University, studying how media impacts children and adolescents.  Chrissy graduated magna cum laude from American University, where she completed the Warner Brothers Sitcom Writing Workshop and studied Film and Media Arts and Theatre.  She loves comedy writing and acting and is currently pursuing improv comedy training at the DC Improv Club.  Chrissy is passionate about nutrition and loves to cook and eat!  Read more about Chrissy, hear her voice over demos, and contact Chrissy at-

Email: chrissy@chrissybaker.com

Web: www.chrissybaker.com

Paul Likos- camera operator

Paul has studied television and film theory for the last 10 years.  He currently works for a local cable station doing a wide range of jobs and is always eager to learn more and perfect his craft.  Paul has worked on numerous short films and other digital production as a writer and camera operator.  He enjoys reading, cooking, exercise and taking the occasional nap.  He spends his free time screenwriting and storyboarding, and aspires to work in animation.  Contact Paul-

Email: paul.likos@gmail.com

Ryan Ashford- audio operator

After helping friends with the audio in a short film, Ryan was forever branded the wielder of the boom mic; which he is proud to hold (tirelessly).  Ryan is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, with a BA in Computer Science.  He is currently a systems programmer at Bethesda Game Studios in Maryland happily developing video games for a living.  In his spare time he climbs rocks, watches films, listens to music, and of course plays video games.  Ryan is a meat-and-dessert-atarian, but is continually expanding his palette thanks to his awesome friends and family.

Richard Creighton- logo designer

Richard is a freelance graphic designer, with over 20 years experience.  He designs everything from business cards to billboards, websites to corporate identities.  He is a photographer, a printmaker, and a letterpress printer.  Richard graduated from Bethany College with a degree in Computer Graphics, and is currently pursuing a Masters of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, with plans to become a college instructor.  His passions are typography, letterpress printing, and the history of printing and its impact on society.  He spends what little free time he has on brewing his own beer, cooking, and participating in Medieval reenactment.  Richard’s favorite food is Uni.  Contact Richard-

Email: kalligraphos@gmail.com

Samuel Corum- show photographer

Samuel has been studying photography for 10 years, and is currently attending the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, DC where he is majoring in Photojournalism.  He enlisted in the US Marine Corps in 2004 as a combat photographer and was honorably discharged in 2008.  He had participated in many operations in Fallujah, Rahmadi, Al Asad, and Haditha.  Samuel had many of his photographs appear in the Washington Post, USA Today, LA Times, BBC, and MSNBC’s Week in Photos.  Some of his photographs can be seen on the walls in the Marine Corps Museum in Quantico, Virginia.  Samuel had his first gallery exhibition at the Reform Gallery in Los Angeles, California in “Eye of the Storm: War Throughthe Lens of American Combat Photographers”.  Samuel was one of nine military photographers chosen for the show and the only one from the Marine Corps.  Limited edition prints were sold to benefit the Yellow Ribbon Foundation.  Samuel currently works as a photographer for the Washington Examiner.  In Sam’s free time he loves attending DC United games.  His favorite food is southern cuisine.  Contact Samuel-

Email: sdcorum84@gmail.com

Web: www.samuelcorumphoto.com

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