DIRECTOR / Founder
Jonathan Baker is a writer , producer and director has always been enthralled by smart storytelling and larger-than-life figures, taking inspiration from greats like Ernest Hemingway to guide his own sensibilities as a writer, producer, director and adventurer. Studying film in his native New York City and at USC in his undergraduate years, Jonathan Baker began his entertainment industry career as a writer, director and producer of projects such as Through Scavullo's Eyes, a Warner Bros. documentary on controversial fashion photographer Francesco Scavullo; Dorf on Golf, a sports spoof with Tim Conway; and Dirty Tennis, a comedy starring Dick Van Patten, Nicolette Sheridan and Bruce Jenner that aired on HBO and Cinemax, winning the VSDA and the New York Film Festival Award for Best Comedy Video of the Year. More recently he founded Baker Entertainment Group, a multimedia development and production company housed at Paramount Studios Lot.
Baker is also a successful entrepreneur who grew a start-up venture, SkinSpa, into the leading full-service day spa in the U.S. before selling that brand
in 2011. While focusing on Baker Entertainment Group and his evolving work as a film director, he remains active in the personal care field and has currently developed a new signature brand, Jonathan Baker EST 1962, which introduces its first line of many pure aromatherapy products. Jonathan's mens casual clothing line
president / Producer
Christina Sibul is an independent producer as well as being a highly regarded Development and Production Consultant within the film industry.
Christina has been pleased and honored to work with many of the best and brightest of the industry throughout her career, and the work she’s collaborated on has been recognized at the Academy Awards, BAFTAs, Golden Globes and Spirit Awards.
A longtime Development and Production Executive, representative credits of Christina’s include SIDEWAYS (Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar, BAFTA, and Best Screenplay, Best Comedy or Musical Golden Globe), which she championed as the development and production executive for over 8 years, HOUSE OF SAND AND FOG, STATION AGENT (BAFTA, Best Screenplay), LORDS OF DOGTOWN and her personal favorite, THIRTEEN.
A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Christina has a long and varied literary past, having spent time and work with writers from Charles Bukowski to Arthur Miller and artistic collaborators from George C. Wolfe to David Fincher.
Kevin Koloff has over 25 years of experience representing clients in all aspects of the film, music and television industries. His clients cross the spectrum from individuals to major studios.
Prior to opening his current practice, Kevin’s experience includes stints at big law firms (Loeb and Loeb, Mitchell, Silberburg and Knupp), independent film companies, and twelve years as a Senior Vice President at Paramount Pictures. He regularly guest lectures at schools such as UCLA, Loyola Law School and the University of Southern California School of Music. He is a frequent panelist at film and music industry symposia.
Kevin received his B.A., magna cum laude, in economics and mathematics from Dartmouth College, and his J.D. from Columbia Law School, where he was honored as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.