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Peyton has been working in film for 26 years, getting his start in Wilmington, NC as a Grip and Lighting Technician. Early on, he worked on a few notable projects including The Coen Brother’s The Hudsucker Proxy, The Portrait (with Gregory Peck and Lauren Bacall) and Household Saints. In 1994 he relocated to Los Angeles working on projects such as It’s My Party, Scream II, The Animal, and Princess Diaries 2.


After working steadily as a Lighting Technician for ten years, he worked his way up to Chief Lighting Technician (Gaffer).

Gaffing TV shows including Grey’s Anatomy, You’re The Worst and Selfie.


In 2012, Peyton refocused his energies into his work as a Cinematographer. Since then he has lensed a multitude of celebrated short films, commercials, and web series. Some of his award-winning work includes Just Another Dance With My Father, Break: The Musical, and Desperate Manny. He also shot the Princess Rap Battles web series on YouTube (over 100 Million views), The World of Steam, and in the last few months a round of national spots for


Recently, he added writing and directing to his already prolific IMBD credits, with the newly completed short film Surface, and the web series The Remedy.



Diane Musselman is a writer, producer, and director. Born and raised in southern Illinois, Diane moved to California in 1981. In 1994, she completed her master’s degree at California State University, Northridge, in Speech Pathology. 

In 2008, Diane, along with three fellow actors, created a production company called Chocolate Old Fashioned Productions. The company produced two short films HMMM and Unrequited. In 2013, Diane moved on to launch Dancing Forward Productions, where she wrote and served as Executive Producer on her first award-winning short film, Just Another Dance With My Father, starring Jerrika Hinton of Amazon Prime’s wildly acclaimed Hunters. 


Since 2013, Diane has been a co-producer on Turnover (Feature Film, available on Amazon & tubi), Passage (Short Film), and Cat Dexx: Inkosi (Short Film). She has served as a co-executive producer on the award-winning, Last Call At Murray’s (Feature Film, available on tubi), an executive producer on the web series Carbon Dating and the award-winning short film, Intervention (currently on the festival circuit); and was a producer on award-winning The Peck Situation (Short Film) and Look (Music Video).


In 2017, she co-wrote and served as executive producer on the concept short, Afterthoughts and in 2019 Diane wrote, produced and debuted as a director in the dramatic short film, Harmony (currently on the festival circuit) and is an associate producer on Everything In the End (Feature Film) which is in post-production.


Lynn Tincher was born just outside of Louisville, Kentucky in the beautiful city of La Grange. One of her fondest memories of growing up was when a short story she wrote for an English class was read in front of the students at Oldham County High School. Since then, her love for writing blossomed. She studied Theater Arts at Eastern Kentucky University in hopes of becoming a Drama/English teacher. Lynn had several articles published in local magazines and online, but the thought of writing a novel always stuck with her.


Inspired by Nora Roberts, JK Rowling, and Greg Isles, Lynn wrote Afterthoughts, the first book in the Mind Bending Series. It is a fictional psychological crime series that follows the life of a young Louisville Police Detective named Paige Aldridge. Blackwyrm Fiction picked up Afterthoughts for publication in 2008.


When she signed the contract, it landed Lynn the center page for a story in Leo Weekly. Since then, Lynn has released three additional books in the Mind Bending Series: Left in the Dark, Buried Deep, and Where There is Light.




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