Photograph by: Jenny Gummersall
Greg is a founder, writer and producer with Windmill Winds Entertainment. His passion and faith are the driving forces for our mission to positively impact people's lives through the creation of films that Enlighten, Inspire and Entertain.
As a screenwriter, Greg has written The Windmiller, One Hundred Dollars and Seeds of Destruction. Additional screenplays in development are How Lulu Saved Matthew, Ghost Mine, The Treehouse, The Glass, and The Kingdom of Heaven.
Greg also served as president of Intercontinental Marketing Unlimited, a boutique marketing and advertising firm, specializing in innovative marketing, advertising and video production services for the luxury homebuilding and real estate industry.
Greg’s keen insight, business experience and creative talent allow him to adeptly bridge the gap between creative expression and business best-practices.
Teresa is a founder and co-producer with Windmill Winds Entertainment. She has extensive set and interior design experience and was a founder and principal with Intercontinental Marketing Unlimited. Her keen eye and artistic sense of style, balance and flow create compelling visuals and elegance.
A writer and storyteller, in her own right, Teresa has the rare ability to effectively communicate complex themes and emotions into exciting and enchanting narratives. Her role as muse, guide, encourager and voice of reason, provide incalculable value, for the team.
Chad Gundersen’s producing career began over 25 years ago while in college at the University of North Texas. While there, Chad co-founded Night & Day Films in 2000 and made numerous award winning commercials, music videos and short films. Going out on his own in 2006, Chad started Gundersen Entertainment where he worked alongside studios like 20th Century Fox, Lionsgate and Sony to produce multiple life-changing films.
Some of his more notable projects include Like Dandelion Dust starring Academy Award Winner Mira Sorvino and Barry Pepper, The Trial starring Matthew Modine, Hoovey starring Patrick Warburton and Lauren Holly, as well as the children’s animated series, Owlegories.
In 2015, along with producer Chris Juen, Chad started Out of Order Studios, where they have produced numerous TV shows, animated projects and feature films, including the ground-breaking TV series, The Chosen.
Robert Watts is a producer and production manager, best known for Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983).
Watts was employed by producer Gary Kurtz as production supervisor on Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, having met Kurtz several years earlier in Los Angeles. Robert then enjoyed a long collaboration with George Lucas and Lucasfilm, working as associate producer on Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and co-producer on Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi; and as associate producer on Raiders of the Lost Ark and as producer on Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
Robert also worked on other Steven Spielberg-presented productions including as producer on Who Framed Roger Rabbit and An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, and with Spielberg's long-term producer Frank Marshall on Marshall's second feature as director, Alive.
Raul has an extensive education, including his BA and MFA studies in directing at UCLA, plus more than 30 years in the film, theater and television industry. He has experience as an actor, producer, and director.
He most recently completed principal photography as producer/director of the feature film Modos: The Prophecy Armageddon that is presently in postproduction. Before that, he was co-producer of Pepe and Santo vs America, which had a great reception at the Chihuahua, San Diego, and HBO/New York Film festivals.
Raul co-produced/line produced Zukor Pictures’ feature film No Pain, No Gain, a Rocky-esque story about a body builder trying to make it without drugs/steroids in the world of heavyweight bodybuilding. This film won awards in festivals around the U.S. as well as Hamburg, Germany and Sao Paolo, Brazil.
Raul’s other producing and directing credits include The Radicals (director) and After The Rain aka The Passage (Producer/1st Assistant Director) both of which present strong messages about faith and family values. Both films have won awards and honors, including screening at the famed Cannes Film Festival and Market.
He has been a key crew member on more than fifty feature films plus hit TV shows. He also worked on Tree of Life directed by Terrence Mallick, starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn, Stop Loss for Paramount Pictures, The Hitcher for Sony Pictures, The Reaping and There Will Be Blood for Warner Brothers. He is presently on the crew of HBO's The Leftovers as well as ABC's American Crime.
Born and raised in Northern California, Cory knew from an early age she wanted to pursue a career in entertainment.
She’s starred in various television series, including Silk Stalkings, Beverly Hills 90210, The Young and The Restless and Beverly Hills Pawn. Cory has starred in feature films including Weird Science, Dead Man on Campus, Chairman of the Board and BASEketball among others.
She’s worked with some of Hollywood’s finest filmmakers; including David Zucker, Tom Everett Scott, Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
Cory’s film God’s Not Dead won her a Grace Award nomination for her leading role opposite Kevin Sorbo. God’s Not Dead won top honors at the 2015 MovieGuide Awards, and was named a Top-10 Movie for Families and won the Epiphany Prize for the Most Inspiring Movie of 2014.
Cory has a strong faith in God, a ministry for marriage and loves serving. She is currently an ambassador for “The Boot Campaign”, an organization that raises money and awareness for the troops as well as an avid supporter of “Tourette’s Association”.
Cory is also an award winning screenwriter and is currently developing her screenplay, “Jack and Jill”.