With over 100 short films to his credit and 10 years of climbing experience, Drew combines his love for story telling and rock climbing in this new film. His credits include feature documentaries, (Free Burma Rangers, The Ordinance) and most recently the PBS TV series, The HighPointers. Drew and Emilie joined forces on the production of Texas Lady Crushers promotional film and continue that work with this new project.
Renny's work has been seen on PBS, IFC, MTV Hive, LogoTV, Pitchfork and Spin.com. He edited the feature documentary Peace Officer, which aired on Independent Lens in Spring 2016 and won the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award for Best Documentary at SXSW Film Festival. We are beyond thrilled to have his talent and expertise in editing and crafting this incredible film.
Emilie Hernandez started rock climbing at the age of 23 while she was a Broadcast Journalism student at Texas State University. Her mission is to spread the love and respect she has for both rock climbing and Mother Nature. She is the founder of the Texas Lady Crushers climbing group, and the host and producer of the climbing podcast, Beyond the Rock.
After attending her 1st Texas Lady Crushers event in 2019, Alyssa found her passion for climbing. With a film degree from UT Austin and 10 years of experience, it wasn’t long before her passion and experience joined as she directed, shot, and edited the Texas Lady Crushers promotional film. She continues her video work through her company Alyssa Marie Films and looks forward to brining her unique experience and perspective to this project.
A compassionate, energetic filmmaker , Hannah has worked on the sets of Fear the Walking Dead, Panic, and Walker Texas Ranger. Recently she's dedicated considerable time to adventure film and photography, working on three female centric rock climbing documentaries. “Seoul to Sol”, her first climbing documentary, was recently featured in the magazine The Climbing Zine. Hannah actively looks for her next adventure film.