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Writer / Director

Geoffrey is an accomplished screenwriter with many screenplays and teleplays under his belt. He pitched his project, Children of Metal, to Netflix in 2018.


He's also been a writer for the series Home Time, and the short films The Snallygaster Tale and 12 Steps. In addition, for many years he was a script reader and consultant, which sharpened his own skills and abilities to bring clarity to his writing.

He's also a seasoned producer who has worked across a variety of sectors, including: film, corporate, fitness, real estate and government. Currently, Geoffrey works for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, and his projects tackle such topics as homelessness and child trafficking.


Geoff's affable personality and dedication make him a joy to be around and insures every project will be fun and fruitful. He can't wait for everyone to see A Mind Cannot Touch!




Paget Kagy is a Korean American actress, writer and content creator having starred in TV shows like CRIMINAL MINDS, SHAMELESS, BIG SHOT, UNSTABLE, and several national commercials.


She was born and raised in LA, where she spent most of her time as a kid, sketching animals, painting, and singing songs in The Lion King, on repeat (much to her parent's chagrin). But after being convinced by a family friend that artists "end up on the streets," she shifted her focus to academics and graduated valedictorian.


It wasn't long after pulling all-nighters at UC Berkeley as an engineering major that she found herself pretty miserable, until a semester abroad in Paris turned her whole trajectory around. There, she was cast in the musical "A Chorus Line" as Sheila, and it was that magical four months that reignited the creative fire in her belly from childhood.


Returning to LA, however, she quickly realized the industry wasn't the most welcoming to Asian American faces in roles with emotional depth and complexity, which prompted her to write her own project featuring prominent Asian American roles. In 2018, she produced, starred and successfully crowdfunded a romantic comedy web series "Kat Loves LA", which received such positive feedback that it led to a second season.


She's happy to see how the industry has evolved and become much more open to casting outside the convention, and she's very thankful to have had the opportunity to play more emotionally complex roles that she genuinely loves, like Leda in "A Mind Cannot Touch." Paget is currently developing several scripts, while searching for more roles that light her up.


Ai-Chan Love


Ai-Chan is an actress of Japanese and Mexican descent, best known for her role as Corrina Corrina in Walt Disney Studio's Timmy Failure directed by Academy Award winner Tom McCarthy (Spotlight, 13 Reasons Why, Win Win, The Station Agent, Stillwater). Timmy Failure is the first Disney movie to world premier at Sundance Film Festival.

She started in musical theater at age 7 and then went on to work in commercials, TV and film. On stage, she was Princess Ying Yoawlak in The King and I, Little Fan in A Christmas Carol, and a lullaby league munchkin in The Wizard of Oz.

On TV, she worked with Bill Paxton (Apollo 13, Aliens, Titanic) in Jerry Bruckheimer's CBS Training Day, playing the younger version of Katrina Law (The Oath, Hawaii Five'O). And she provided voiceover for Disney Junior's The Lion Guard as the snow monkey Kimyo.

In commercials, she appeared in travel, toy and healthcare advertisements. She paired with Kevin Hart to educate people about health care, for which she won a Best Actress Award in 2018.

She is also an avid horse enthusiast, competing in English saddle in equitation and jumping classes.




David Stanbra is an actor who has been living and working in Los Angeles for 20 years. David’s television and film credits include LOVECRAFT COUNTRY, TRUE DETECTIVE, THE LEFTOVERS, CRIMINAL MINDS, JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE, LINCOLN HEIGHTS, THE CHOCOLATE NEWS and GENERAL HOSPITAL.


His Voice Acting and Performance Capture credits include the video games GHOSTS OF TSUSHIMA, INFAMOUS: SECOND SON, and INFAMOUS:FIRST LIGHT for Sony Games and the FIRE EMBLEM series for Nintendo.


Film credits include playing Stan Musial in the Jackie Robinson bio-pic 42.  David is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio, where he has studied under Martin Landau, and Ellen Burstyn.


Cast & Crew


Paget Kagy

Love Carrier

David Stanbra

as Leda

as Airlia

as Gabe


Geoffrey Prather

Clare O'Connor

Michael Carrier

Eric Toms


Geoffrey Prather

Michael Carrier

Laura Svienty

Natasha Coyle

Larry Prather

Eric Toms

Executive Producers

Adam Hutsell

Cole Spritz

Joey Haley

Clare O'Connor

Chris Schwab

Jarred Hodgdon

Nikki Martinez

Alexandria Greiling



1st Assistant Camera

Casting Director

Production Sound Mixer

Script Supervisor

Hair and Makeup Artist

Production Assistants

John-Justice Hill

Barry Neely

Dan Schmit

Engine Room Hollywood

Michael Caplan

Adam Simpson

Jared Laberdesque

Cyrene Vladish

Eric Heavens

Anastasia Shepherd

Re-recording Mixer and Sound Dialogue Editor

Visual Effects Supervisor

Visual Effects House

Visual Effects Producer

Visual Effects Senior Editor

Visual Effects Coordinator

Visual Effects Controller

Lead Compositing Supervisor


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