Dylan Robertson

Dylan Robertson is a director and principal of Radiant Features. From 2004 to 2008 he worked as a producer at Tremolo Productions. While there, he produced numerous television documentary specials with Academy Award winning director Morgan Neville including: Honky Tonk Blues: The Life and Death of Hank Williams (PBS American Masters); The Highwaymen (CMT); Respect Yourself: The Story of Stax Records (PBS Great Performances); The Joy of Lex (Discovery); and The Cool School (PBS Independent Lens / Palm Pictures). His student film The Size of It, was featured on the Oprah Winfrey show, a first for a USC film student. Dylan received degrees from Yale and USC School of Cinematic Arts.

Bill Ferehawk

Bill Ferehawk is a principal at Radiant Features,┬árecognized for his expertise in creating, developing and producing projects that become relevant, highly watched factual series and documentary specials. He is┬áresponsible for the creation, development, and production of 150 episodes of original programming for A+E, AMC, PBS, and the Sundance Institute. He directs all aspects of Radiant’s global productions from budget to delivery. As a creative leader, he ensures that the project vision develops skillfully across all phases of production. He graduated from University of California, Berkeley and Yale University.