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The Crew

Mike Harrop – Producer

Mike Harrop is an independent, New York-based producer.  Recently, he served as Executive Producer on Edward Burns’ The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, which premiered at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival, and David Greer’s Burning Blue, which will be released in 2013.  Past producing credits include Newlyweds and Nice Guy Johnny, both by Edward Burns.


Dennis O’Neill – Executive Producer

Dennis is a serial business entrepreneur with a passion for film. His business talents, coupled with his passion for film, make him an integral component of the production team. Dennis is the co-founder of Beacon Films, the Production company behind Manhattan Romance, along with their first film, Fairhaven.  He is the owner and CEO of Beacon Consulting Group in Boston and New York. Dennis grew up in Medford where his love of the arts started with acting roles in Krazy Camp and the lead in Anything Goes. Dennis is an active member of The Irish Arts Center in New York and an entrepreneur in the field of real estate development and the arts. He now lives in Reading, Massachusetts with his wife Laura and three lovely children Jackie, Kyra and Rory.


Scott Miller – Director of Photography

Scott is an experienced, New York-based cinematographer. Scott began his career working as a gaffer, collaborating with a number of talented cinematographers on several critically acclaimed projects, including Boys Don’t Cry with Jim Denault, Raising Victor Vargas with Tim Orr, and Tooba with Darius Khondjii. Scott was also the cinematographer on Michael Almereyda’s Tonight at Noon, starring Ethan Hawke, Rutger Hauer and Lauren Ambrose, as well as on Cory McAbee’s Stingray Sam. He also recently finished a documentary on the famous fashion designer, Halston, and shot Sol Tryon’s Kick The Can.


Nick Houy – Editor

Nick Houy was the editor on Fairhaven. He is a New York City-based film editor who has collaborated on such films as Solitary Man, Tokyo!, and last year’s acclaimed Warrior.  He is currently editing alongside the directors of American Splendor, honing their newest film Imogene, a comedy starring Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening. In addition, Nick is directing and editing the feature-length documentary, Big Brutus.