Caty Zick, writer/producer
Originally hailing from a small intersection in Michigan between Kalamazoo (yes, it's a real place) and Battle Creek (pre-Vince Gilligan), Caty Zick graduated from UCLA, where she majored in English and minored in Film & Television. Since then she has worked at film and television production companies, film festivals, awards shows (she met 'Dead. Gay. Fictional' director Tiffany Johnson working on the Film Independent Spirit Awards!), and independent features including 'The Spectacular Now.' She currently works in the writers’ room of the USA show ‘Royal Pains.’
Tiffany J. Johnson, director/producer
Born and raised in Compton, California, Tiffany is a graduate of the Los Angeles Film School where she majored in Directing and minored in Screen Writing. Since graduating she has gone on to work for several TV & Film Production Companies such as CBS, Overbrook Entertainment, Film Independent and assisting Academy Award winning Producer Ms. Peggy Rajski. For the past few years she has freelanced as a Producer on numerous live television award shows. Her credits include MTV Movie Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards and the 2011 Primetime Emmy’s. Tiffany recently directed, produced and co-wrote the short film LADYLIKE, currently making the film festival circuit.
Nicholas P. Williams, producer
Nicholas is a graduate of Sonoma State University with a degree in Music, in addition, he graduated from the Los Angeles Film School where he majored in Screenwriting and minored in Producing. He produced Tiffany’s “Man In My Life.” Nick went on to work on several independent films, two documentaries, and The Saturn Awards. It was on The Megan Mullally Show that he got his start in TV. He continued to work as a Casting Producer for numerous reality shows and pilots for various networks, most notably FOX, NBC, SyFy, The CW, and TLC. For the past year Nick has found his way up to the microphone of stand-up comedy, at which he nervously and anxiously makes people laugh (at) with him.
Adrienne Childress, producer
Adrienne is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University where she majored in Film Production. In 2011 she directed the short documentary “The Peculiar Life of Alex Gibbs” centering on an up and coming Scottish artist in Edinburgh. After spending a year in talent management, Adrienne pivoted back to her producing roots and is currently the production manager for “85’: The Untold Story of the Greatest Team in Pro Football History.” Being a Chicago native, and growing up a mere few blocks from Second-City, comedy is ingrained in her soul, and is excited to be a part of Dead. Gay. Fictional.