Whether penning a screenplay, shooting a music video or strategizing the development of a major brand, Tony is first and foremost a craftsman. He’s long believed that technology and artistry are tools in service of storytelling—they are the means, not the ends. 

After attending film school in New York, Tony started working as an editor at some of the leading motion graphics and broadcast design firms including Digital Kitchen, Imaginary Forces and Yu+Co. While working as an editor he would take on any opportunity to write or direct. Tony co-founded the creative video boutique World Famous in 2005 and has been writing and directing professionally since. He leads a ragtag posse of editors, designers and directors with a bucketful of creative experience as a writer, director and musician. 

Having built a successful production company Tony has been using his resources and experience to return primarily to narrative work writing screenplays and directing short films. He is currently developing his first feature film


Bobby McHugh is a Producer at World Famous in Seattle, WA, where he has managed productions for clients as diverse as The Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), Microsoft, Toyota, Nordstrom & Sub Pop. He also loves music and in his free time has worked with The Grammy's, Capitol Hill Block Party, Musicfest NW and directed music videos that have premiered on MTV, Vice and The Stranger.


Born the son of a rodeo photographer, Ryan grew up with an interest in photography. At age 13 he began making skateboarding videos with his friends and hasn’t put a camera down since. Over the years he has been shooting music videos for bands including from Sera Cahoone and The Head and the Heart. His credits also include feature films, most recently, camera work on Lynn Shelton’s Your Sister’s Sister (Emily Blunt, Mark Duplass).

Ryan currently works as a freelance camera operator and director of photography in Seattle, WA. When not working Ryan likes to travel, play music and is an avid outdoorsman.


Jason Staczek is a composer, keyboardist, record producer and a 2012 Sundance Composer Lab Fellow. His musical life began on the piano and cello, but he became a lifelong student of the Hammond B3 organ. His keyboard work appears on the recordings of many Sub Pop artists, including Zen Guerilla, the Black Halos, Rosie Thomas and the Makers. As a composer, his work with Canadian director Guy Maddin has been called "swirling and adventurous" and "teasingly reminiscent of Philip Glass". He has appeared on stage with Isabella Rossellini, Alanis Morissette and Geraldine Chaplin and has conducted orchestras on three continents.


Ian Moore is a songwriter, guitarist, singer, record producer and recording engineer. He began his musical life as a violinist, but launched his career as a teenage guitar prodigy in Austin, Texas. His musical explorations led him to cross paths with Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, ZZ Top, Joe Ely, Daniel Lanois, and Ice Cube. He is deeply rooted in soul and R&B, and he counts influences like Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield and Sly & The Family Stone. His work has been compared to Brian Wilson, Richard Thompson, Leonard Cohen and the Flaming Lips. And he has even been hailed as "a Roy Orbison for the 21st century."


Andy Seaver is a multi-talented man. From his early years in Maine, music became an indelible passion for Andy. He is a graduate from Wesleyan University, where he studied jazz piano and in his free time, and used his craft to become an accomplished electronic musician. 

Today, Andy is one of Seattle’s most revered editors, working on everything from high profile commercials, to blockbuster movie trailers and music videos. Starting at World Famous seven years ago (mere days after World Famous opened it’s doors), Andy began using his music and editing skills together to create something special.

“There is a definite connection between music and editing”, says Andy, “both have their own rhythm and beat, it’s about finding that and building on it”

Having settled for the long term in Seattle with his family, Andy is the master of puns and still creates electronic music (frequently playing Seattle’s highly regarded electronic music festival, Decibel) in his rapidly dwindling free time as his one-year-old daughter Zoe commands the bulk of his attention.  With all these things happening, Andy couldn’t be happier.