Steve Dabal is an Italian-American film director with a background in visual effects, directing global campaigns for brands like Google, Walmart, Paypal, etc. and creative directing for world renowned musicians like Oliver Tree, T-Pain, Joey Bada$$, and more.
He is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of the Family in New York City which has grown from a small art collective into a full service production house creating digital and physical artworks. It is proudly artist owned and operated.
As a director specializing in nonfiction filmmaking, he has conducted interviews with a range of individuals, from the likes of Scarlett Johansson to Michael Vick, including Fortune 500 CEOs, celebrities, veterans from the Iraq War, 9/11 survivors, stroke patients, and climate scientists in the Arctic.
His work has been shown worldwide from Mongolia to Chicago, with projects premiering from New York Film Festival to South by Southwest.
His social media can be found here and his website here.
Harry Baruch is widely recognized for his imaginative prowess and relaxed approach as a producer in the fast-paced world of commercial production. He kickstarted his journey within Broadway advertising by contributing his creative touch to iconic productions like Phantom of the Opera, Moulin Rouge, Chicago, Take Me Out, and many more, all of which secured Tony Award accolades.
Beyond theater, Harry's collaborative nature led to partnerships with esteemed brands such as Gucci, Annie Leibovitz Studio, and Macy's. In 2019, he embraced a new role as an executive producer in Film and TV, guiding projects from development to distribution.
Harry's innate talent lies in understanding each project's essence and aligning it with collaborators' strengths. Bringing his collaborative spirit and genuine approach to working with renowned brands, A-list celebrities, and visionary artists.
His social media can be found here and his website here.
Bill Disselhorst is an Italian wannabe.
Born in Chicago of Irish decent, he spent his entire life working in restaurants and bars. A self-taught cook with a love of people and a passion for visiting Italy.
It wasn't until 2010 that him and his wife opened Fiore Market Cafe in South Pasadena. Drawing inspiration from a small Italian village, the cafe quickly gained fame for their made-by-hand bread, always fresh ingredients, and loyal community. 
After 12 years of running Fiore Market Cafe he sold the business and now splits his time between the high desert of California and the small medieval village in Italy, where his inspiration first began. Now he tends to his olive farm, always seeking adventure, constantly learning, and of course, jumping into every kitchen he sees.
Fiore Market Cafe is now a living tribute to Bill and Anne's resilience, commitment, and the enduring spirit. As Bill's story is about turning passion into something special, overcoming challenges, and creating a community hub that stands the test of time.
His social media can be found here.
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