Pasithea Productions creates events that resonate deeper than the average experience. For the past 10 years Bridget Duggan, owner and operator, has had a hand in the booking management, promotion and operations of many of Boston’s beloved venues (Boston Center for the Arts, Johnny D’s, Middle East, Museum of Fine Arts, Bella Luna & The Milky Way and The Chevalier) where she has worked from the ground up, performing in almost every role. This has given her real depth and understanding of all of the various aspects of events and promotions. She truly recognizes and applies the level of communication, organization , grace and humor that is involved with producing a successful event. Bridget is also a musician and creator herself and brings a thoughtful sensitivity and holistic approach to her projects. The Pasithea brand focuses on cultivating connections through community, art, music, collaboration, food, wellness and self discovery.
Artists and musicians themselves, Treebeard Media is dedicated to the craft of capturing the spirit of performances in a way that elevates them, bringing a combined 25+ years of experience and artistry to the table. From lighting and camera work to editing and color grading, every aspect of the creative process is in the service of the performance and viewing experience. Specializing in live, conceptual, documentary, animated lyric videos and design, Treebeard Media has worked with local, national, and international artists, including Aloud, Lesser Glow, Glacier, When Particles Collide, Anjimie, Brandie Blaze, and Grace Givertz, as well as non-profit organizations Groundwork Somerville, Calling All Crows, and Union Square Main Streets. STEPHEN LOVERME With a background in editing and live music, Stephen specializes in bringing an organic quality to projects through moving compositions, intuitive edits and expressive use of color. Stephen constructs stories with compelling narratives that compliment their subjects in pacing and flow. ERIN GENETT Erin plays with rich color palettes, vibrant illustrations, vintage-inspired typography and balanced design aesthetics to create strong visual identities and beautiful compositions. She delivers well-crafted messages through print, web, photography, motion graphics and video
Engineers, Adam Cissell and Marc Valois, have both been involved with music since an early age. Both multi-instrumentalists, they have played in various bands together. When the chance arose for the two of them to put a studio together they said, “yeah.” Shortly after, Dead Moon Audio was born. ADAM CISSELL Born in Jeffersonville, IN, Adam developed an interest in music and recording while growing up in the Louisville, KY area. After receiving a M.S.M.E. with a focus on Acoustics and Vibrations from Purdue University in 2002, Adam moved to New England, where he began working professionally as an acoustic engineer. He has been active in the music scene, playing in Guv, Wounded By Lazers, Boston Ruin, Future Spa and Adam PC. He has been actively recording, mixing and mastering since 2003. MARC VALOIS Born in Providence, RI, Marc was influenced by music at a young age. Growing up listening to punk rock and playing shows in Providence shaped his trajectory. Upon moving to Boston in 2002 he was heavily involved in the Boston music scene playing in many bands throughout the years such as Shanghai Valentine, Movers & Shakers, Dan Webb & The Spiders, Future Spa, Adam PC and Blinders. Co-founder of now defunct Starlab Studios and Starlab Fest, Marc has been an aide to the Boston music community for over a decade. He studied music production at McNally Smith College Of Music while living in Minneapolis, MN (2005-2006). He has been producing and engineering actively since 2006.