1. Alexandria Hammond, Producer/Director

    Alexandria Hammond is a Mexican American filmmaker based in New York City, who has traveled and documented in more than 30 countries. Her credits include TV, feature films, music videos, commercials, dozens of short narratives, and documentaries such as Albert Maysles's Close Up: Portraits (co-editor) and Dominick Dunne: After the Party (cinematographer). Her work has screened at The Hamptons Film Festival, Raindance, New York Film & Video Festival, and most recently at the Museum of Modern Art. Children of Haiti is her feature directorial debut. Alexandria is currently co-directing a feature film about Memphis punk musician Jay Reatard with filmmaker Ian Markiewicz, and in production on a documentary in Mexico City. She graduated from California Institute of the Arts with a film degree.

  2. Eric Lahey, Co-Producer/ Cinematographer

  3. Regine Zamor, Associate Producer/ Post-Production Translator

    Regine Zamor is a Haitian-American freelance writer, contributing to Upscale magazine, as well as TRACE, iStyle, New York Spirit, Unchin, Music+ TV, and NuSoul. Since the 2010 earthquake, she has relocated to Haiti to continue in the relief and rebuilding efforts. As a freelance writer and program development officer for the Haiti Recovery Initiative/DAI in Port-au-Prince, her efforts include assisting orphanages and emergency schools, coordinating independent relief efforts, and support of local grassroots youth programs.