Rachel Kellogg is a multimedia journalist located in Los Angeles, CA. Currently working in news as an editor at KABC-TV (ABC7 Eyewitness News), she witnesses evil on a daily basis, including tragedies that occur among innocent children. The too often heart-wrenching stories have really opened Rachel's heart to children, especially those who have fallen victim to the evils of human trafficking. Rachel believes God gave her the passion to be a non-fiction storyteller to, in turn, give these victims the opportunity to be heard and saved. Many of these soft voices are suppressed and often ignored by Americans and people around the world. Rachel feels it is her duty to bring light to such a dark evil so women, children, and all who are affected by human trafficking can have the opportunity to live a live of freedom - something most people take for granted. Imagine living a life where you may never see daylight, where you may never feel love or have hope. It's unnecessary struggles such as these that feed Rachel's passion to help victims of human trafficking on both American soil and around the globe.
View her personal work here: www.rachelkellogg.com
Robert Marcarelli, is an award-winning filmmaker who is using his over extensive experience in the film and television industries to help Forever Found spread their message and cause to a wide range of viewers.
This combined with his wide-ranging international relief work provides him with a unique skill set in bringing compelling stories to the screen. He has been awarded the highest honor, the Order of Merit and Grand Commander, for his humanitarian service by the Knights Templar.
Mr. Marcarelli has worked with a distinguished list of commercial clients including McDonald’s, Blue Cross, Pepsi and several national banks and insurance companies. His film credits include: “The Revolutionary Parts I & II”, (Hi- Definition Feature, TBN/Sony), “Out of Jerusalem” (Network mini-series), “Matthew” (Network mini-series), “Eye of the Storm” (World Wide Pictures), “I Don’t Buy Kisses Anymore” (Paramount), “An Empire Conquered” (Discovery Channel), “Original Intent” (Paramount), “Susan, Susan” (Disney), “The Emissary” (TBN), and “The Omega Code” (Providence). “The Omega Code” was the number one motion picture in 1999 for films theatrically released on 600 screens or less. “The Long Ride Home” is a western period film, starring Randy Travis, Eric Roberts, Ernest Borgnine and Garry Marshall.
Knight Quest Media, the multi-platform media company he founded, is headed by this accomplished director and producer, who is also a cutting-edge technologist and marketer (i.e., created the first high definition films for high definition theatrical release). He has produced location pictures in many countries including Israel, Italy, Iraq, Jordan, Egypt, Canada, Greece, Morocco, Lebanon, Moldova, Philippines, Cambodia, Thailand, Tunisia and South Africa and the Sudan. As an independent he has accomplished the unthinkable---all of his films came in on budget and were completed on schedule.
You can see some of his work here:
Director and Video Producer
Tony is a director and video producer who is using his skills by completely donating his time and filming videos for Forever Found so they can rescue children from slavery.
Tony is also the Director & Video Producer for Reality Santa Barbara. He loves telling stories through a variety of media, but his medium of choice (lately) is the iPhone4. Tony resides in Southern California with his wife Megan and 2 year old son Lucas, with baby boy #2 on the way this fall. When he’s not engulfed inall things media, Tony can be found surfing the local breaks of Ventura and its environs or getting his java kicks at one of his favorite coffee shops. But his ultimate joy is his love for the Lord and his family.