Meet The Parsonage Productions Team
PARSONAGE PRODUCTIONS EXECUTIVE TEAM
Bruce R. Harris has more than 35 years of executive business leadership and management experience. He began his career serving the US Department of Interior and has worked with various historical sites advising on program development. His non-profit work has focused on conversations of race and culture, building awareness about BIPOC and other marginalized peoples.
Audrey Chen, MBA, has decades of small business experience and has been a fixture in the community for 20 years. She finds enjoyment in learning about business owners, their goals, helping them achieving their short term, and guiding them to plan for their long-term goals. Having been a real estate investor herself for over 25 years, she believes in developing educated investors in her community. She specializes in property acquisition in commercial residential real estate, building investment portfolios and businesses. Audrey holds a real estate license in both PA and NJ.
PARSONAGE PRODUCTIONS FILM PARTNERS
Harold Cronk, who just won the Emmy for best direction for his Disney-Plus series "The Quest" -- is a writer, director, producer and a founding partner of 10 West Studios and EMC productions. He was born on October 27, 1973, in Reed City, Michigan. Cronk is famous for his works like "God’s Not Dead", "Mickey Matson and the Copperhead", "Conspiracy", and "Jerusalem Countdown". He triumphed the best director award at Beverly Hills International Film Festival in 2006.
Tony Panaccio is a 35-year media veteran, with experience as a journalist, screenwriter, ghost writer, marketing professional and publicist. Tony has developed motion picture and TV projects with talents such as Bob Zemeckis, Wes Craven, Larry Kasanoff and Chuck Russell. Tony was a marketing consultant for film producer Michael Uslan (Batman, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight). As a publicist, he has repped clients like Stan Lee and William Shatner, and once ghosted speeches for Bill Gates. He is a producer with Fellowship Productions and will also act as the PARSONAGE PROJECT's VP of Communications.
Paul Wilson is president and CEO of Lonesome Pine Pictures with multiple projects in development. He also manages his media and marketing company, Wilson Media, which he founded in 2000. Paul has appeared with his brother Patrick Wilson in films like "Big Stone Gap" and "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It" and portrayed President Richard M. Nixon in Showtime's TV series "The First Lady". He is also producer of the horror film "Deer Camp", set for release in 2023.