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Orly is a master juggler of creative and logistical stuff.  She can toss ideas, maneuver a big crew and shave a budget ... simultaneously.  A cell phone, laptop and portable charger make her day.  Orly has produced Emmy Award winning TV, independent films, commercials and other cool creative.​  She has nine Emmy awards.

She's been a show runner, supervising producer, production exec and show producer.  She has become known for a phrase that makes magic, "Sure, no problem!"  Orly always finds a way.

Orly loves to cook and can recreate just about any flavor or recipe she’s tasted.  On days off she can be seen planting in her garden, thinking up the next thing to cook and the next show to produce ... at the same time.

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Ed is a creative architect.  He loves to design new projects or, even better, transform his team's ideas into amazing stories. Ed writes, directs and produces.  He has worked on Emmy Award winning TV, commercials, corporate media, and documentaries. He has eight Emmy awards.

Team members who work with Ed have won major awards in every category.

Ed's also a digital junkie. He loves new gadgets and software.  It's been said that he designed the whole iPad experience before the other guy did.  Who knew?




Karen Haberberg is an amazing portrait and event photographer specializing in capturing natural moments. She has been working with Ed and Orly for almost twenty years.  

Her photographs have been exhibited in New York City galleries and published in

magazines and newspapers including New York Family Magazine, Fit Pregnancy, The Wall Street Journal, and Time Out New York.  


She has also curated numerous exhibitions and worked with well known photographers such as Annie Leibovitz, Elliot Erwitt, Joyce Tenneson, Gillian Laub, among others.

Her clients love her.  She has an easygoing style that puts everyone at ease and allows her to capture perfect moments. 

Karen has just published her first book: An Ordinary Day. The tabletop book raises awareness for families with children who have rare genetic diseases. 

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