Timothy Reese has spent the last 15 years creating
interactive events and multimedia performances.
He has Dungeon Mastered 135+ livestreamed episodes of D&D set in his own alt-fantasy world of Ben-Tir, and is an expert at
combining audio and video technology to capture a performative room.
He builds electrical engineering projects, 3D prints terrain, constructs puppets, mixes a dozen cameras and microphones, and brings voice acting to the multitude of characters needed for every show.
He is the GM of Novel Chronicles, a co-founder of Brooklyn Quarter, and based in Los Angeles.
Danielle Beckmann is a bicoastal actress, producer, writer, creative coach and co-founder of Brooklyn Quarter.
In 2021 she starred in and produced the award-winning
Tribeca short film Liza Anonymous.
The films she has produced and starred in with Brooklyn Quarter have screened in over 30 film festivals. You can find her portfolio at danielledeckmann.com
In 2020, Danielle created the coaching company,
The Spirited Storyteller, where she helps
creatives get unstuck in their craft.
Bill Crowe is an LA-based writer, artist and voice actor, and Brooklyn Quarter's resident (and self-proclaimed) Death Metal Lich Queen.
Honing his craft over hundreds of sessions of fantasy role-playing games, he first debuted in the fantasy audio drama Carcerem as Hardmod, and plays Hecate on Novel Chronicles.
You can also find his voice in a handful of student films from Loyola Marymount University, of which he is an alumni.
Oh, and he really likes metal. @billjcrowevo
Victoria Rani is a Palm Springs raised and LA-based Storyteller, Writer, and Actor with 20+ years experience.
She is also the Intuitive Creator of Inner Arcana Quest : guiding you from “Role-play to Reality” within a live interactive, introspective adventure through the Tarot.
After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, she spent nearly a decade with Universal Creative - managing new theme park ride installations, producing upgrades for existing experiences, and writing concept pitches for attractions across the world.
Nagier Chambers is a film critic, content creator, published photographer and the owner of Big Gold Belt Media. The Big Gold Belt podcast was established in 2015 and evolved into the media outlet Big Gold Belt Media in 2020.
Nagier has been featured on multiple episodes of Novel Convos as well as the moderator for Brooklyn Quarter's panel Level Up: Creating an RPG Empire at WonderCon.
He is an avid pro wrestling fan, comic book nerd, and movie buff.
Lauren Lloyd is an artist, writer, designer and dabbler. More relevantly, she is Brooklyn Quarters resident ‘Lore Librarian.’ After her start writing Carmen Sandiego fanfiction in her school’s basement computer lab, Lauren knew she was destined for geekdom.
Graduating with a dual degree in architecture and interior architecture from Auburn University, she spent five years working as a designer in the Big Apple.
Today Lauren works as a Display Artist at Anthropologie in the Nashville area. When she isn’t constructing elaborate window displays she enjoys working on personal art projects, writing stories for her beloved dachshunds, backseat gaming, and pursuing a world where the magical healing of geekdom and art is accessible for all.
You can follow along with her many shenanigans on Instagram @llc.reative
Angelina Ramirez has worked in front of and behind the camera, most recently wrapping producer duties in July 2023 for a World Premiere show at the Hollywood Fringe Festival titled Halfway to Gethsemane.
She was last seen at Pacific Palisades Theatre as Racon in A Comedy of Tenors. She has written and completed 2 short films, the comedy A Blind Date and horror Taking Over which ran at various film festivals across the country.
In 2022 she had the honor of being in a film titled Breaking which premiered at Sundance Film Festival with the late Michael K. Williams.
Recently she returned from Cannes Film Festival in France where she premiered the film Norjack which she produced and starred. Angelina enjoys dancing in her free time from all of her musical theatre days.
Maggie Hood is an actor, producer, and collaborator who spent the last decade in NYC before her recent arrival out west.
After Maggie got her BFA at NYU and studied Shakespeare at RADA, she co-founded The No Name Collective: a little but fierce theater company that put on accessible female-led classical productions.
Maggie has been in national commercials for network TV and online, editorials, non-union theater, and television. She has even graced the cover of a handful of romance novels.
She is a proud redhead and anglophile doing her best to love the LA sunshine. maggiehood.com
Mark David Christenson is one of the very few people to ever embrace Sean “Diddy” Combs.
He made his film debut in the Mormon film The RM and has starred in indie films White on Rice, Feeding Mr. Baldwin and appeared on Netflix's You, Conan, and Jimmy Kimmel Live!
When Kyle was 12 years old, he picked up my family's camcorder and shot a Star Wars movie…with action figures. A lot has changed since then, but what hasn’t is his fascination with telling stories visually.
In college he started honing this craft by directing a few short films, and since moving to LA he has gained more experience in filmmaking by working professionally as an editor and a director's assistant while continuing to direct his own passion projects.
My most recent are 'Til the World Ends, a sci-fi drama which went to 5 film festivals, and the upcoming rom-com Pooped, which he's currently editing. He is very grateful and excited to also work with BQ as a technical director!