Our Associates

Members of our expert staff are available  to help our clients, both studio and distribution companies and licensees complete every aspect of the field of Entertainment Marketing and Merchandising – from Intellectual Property and Contract Law; Promotional printed material preparation and printing; Electronic Press Kit production and distribution to Merchandise and Product Prototype design and creation and Apparel design and printing..

Emanuel Bergmann

Eli Bergmann has been an international entertainment journalist and publicist for over 30 years. In addition to planning press junkets for studios including Twentieth Century Fox and Paramount. He has also been responsible for foreign language translation of entertainment press materials for studios and media companies throughout Europe, the United Kingdom, India and the United States.

Eli is also a successful novelist. His recent international bestseller, The Trick was a top pick by Simon and Schuster. His new novel Tahara was released internationally on February 24, 2024.

Andrew Candelaria

Andy Candelaria is one of the most renowned Art Directors in the advertising world having headed Art Direction at Grey Direct. A life-long graphic artist, fine art painter and photographer, he is an expert at creating display advertising and was Art Director for  lines of the Mattel Hot Wheels and Collectors Barbie dolls. His other clients included Technicolor, Avery Dennison and MGM Entertainment..

Steven Machat

Entertainment and Intellectual Property lawyer and son of the legendary Entertainment lawyer Marty Machat, Steven Machat joined his father’s firm to represent such names as Frank Sinatra, James Brown, Frankie Valli, Sam Cooke, Leonard Cohen, Freddie Mercury, Michael Jackson, David Copperfield, Sharon Osbourne, George Bush, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Suge Knight, Tupac, Biggie, Gianni Versace, Phil Spector, Joan Collins, Donny Osmond, Bobby Brown, and many more..

In addition to legal work, Steven is a well-published writer, music author and music and motion picture producer.

Bruce Schultz

Bruce is a presentation and prototype specialist in the fields of casting, painting and sculpting.  He has worked for over twenty years with Mattel’s Hot Wheels division where he was responsible for the creation of many of the paint master prototypes as well as the “poster shoot” models of the castings that were to be put into production. He also did artwork for some of the 100% Hot Wheels sets, such as the American Graffiti 2-Car Set. In addition to Mattel Hot Wheels prototypes and design, Bruce has also created prototypes for the Monster High dolls, and Bratz Dolls for toy companies MGA Entertainment, Spin Master and Jakks Pacific.

Dana Schneider

More people around the globe have seen Dana’s jewelry than any other jeweller in history. Her jewelry made for films and television are iconic. From  The Hunger Games to The Matrix, Top Gun and many of the Marvel filmed brands Dana brings a stylized sophistication the embodies that overall character of the show. A graduate of Kingswood, Cranbrook and the Rhode Island School of Design, Dana spent time at Tiffany’s in New York before launching her own successful jewelry line and then was recruited by Hollywood where she has become the go-to source for the costume and prop industry.

Debbie Randolph

Debbie is a graphic artist and an apparel printing and embroidery specialist, and has been the main supplier of prop and costume printed wear for the studios’ wardrobe departments in Hollywood for over 45 years. Debbie’s company, The Wizard was a fixture both on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood adjacent to the motion picture and television studios and with a printing factory in the San Fernando Valley for larger silk screen runs and embroidery. Today The Wizard does small and large run silk screen printing on fabric and apparel and also does DTG (Direct To Garment) printing, sublimated dye transfer printing for garments and embroidery.

Michael Selsman

Michael has been an Agent, Studio Executive, Press Relations Expert and Producer in Hollywood  through its Golden Age. He was Agent to Marilyn Monroe, Robert Mitchum, Orson Welles, Judy Garland, Lawrence Harvey, Rock Hudson, Gene Kelly, James Stewart and many others. Michael was also a studio executive at Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox, MGM, Universal and Samuel Goldwyn. Nobody has as many Press Contacts in the field of movies and television