Steve Sivulka (Executive Producer)

Steve Sivulka has been an online entrepreneur for over 15 years. His consulting company, Akluvis, has a client roster that includes Universal Pictures, Toyota Motor Corporation, American Honda Motor Company, Greenlee Communications, Equinix, VHA Corp. and Leica Biosystems. In 2000 Steve created, an online catalog of humorous videos. In 2005 StupidVideos was sold after it had become one of the Internet's most popular sites. After that, he launched, a premiere do-it-yourself website builder. He's also a partner in AutoResponsive, an auto dealer website provider. Recently he's been working on some really cool VR/AR developments targeting Microsoft's HoloLens. (And, oh yeah, he's also producing a show called HR805.)



Jill Sierra (Writer/Producer)

Jill Sierra has a love for all facets of film making. She and husband Lon own Sierra Cinematics, a humble production company that focuses on producing works of redemption. Jill has a passion for writing (she has written two full length scripts as well as many short scripts to date) and producing (she and hubby have produced four shorts (all of which have made it into various film festivals) and a documentary). She has also dabbled in acting, editing and directing. If you ask her what her greatest production to date has been she'll tell you it's her family. She has been happily married to Lon for nearly twenty years and is blessed to be called mom by three great kids.



Lon Sierra (Writer/Producer)

While Lon's passion lies in being in front of the camera, he also enjoys writing (he co-wrote a short called Dark Redemption as well as helped wife Jill on the pilot for HR805), and of course producing. When not film making or acting, he runs his construction business that he's owned for nearly twenty years, LJ Sierra Inc. His off time is spent surfing, doing jiu-jitsu, wrenching on his '69 Buick Le Sabre or embarrassing his three beautiful children in public.



Bracey Lemons (Director)

Bracey Lemons has always had a passion for visual storytelling. As a young boy, he picked up his father's camera and since then he's never without one. As self-taught filmmaker, he decided to hone his skills further by graduating from Columbia College Hollywood with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Cinema. Working as both a Director and Director of Photography, his biggest strength is creating the unison of the story and it's visuals. He now uses his skills as the co-owner of ESSIX Media with Jordan Harris. ESSIX Media is a boutique film company based in North County San Diego, California. Bracey is also the proud father of two, Brighton and Kennedy.



Jordan Harris (Director of Photography)

Jordan grew up in San Diego, CA and began composing and arranging music at young age. Later he started a band in high school and recorded and played shows through out his college years. His passion is taking works of art, big or small, and composing them into something compelling and beautiful. He went on to go to school for audio engineering. During that time, he began interning with David DeLauder for video work. Within nine months of holding the camera he was working for his church doing videos for youth group, Fuel 9/10, and for Rubio's Corporate and Toyota Carlsbad. He still continues do video work for a variety of companies, music videos, and currently works with social media influencer David Lopez.



Alan DiCato (Sound Engineer)

Alan DiCato is passionate about anything to do with audio. Being both a musician and an engineer gives him a unique ability to understand both the art and science behind capturing sound. Alan currently runs Ground Level Sound, a full-service recording studio in Vista California. He also works as a systems engineer for Pyxis Industries, a local audio/video/lighting integrator. In his spare time he likes to work on his collection of classic cars. Alan is looking forward to on-location recording for HR805.



Nate Riedel (Gaffer)

Nate Riedel's passion lies in painting with light.  Having worked on promotional content for award winning television shows such as "The Voice," "New Girl," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Bones," "Big Bang Theory," and "How I Met Your Mother," he took what he learned from Hollywood and applies it to every project, striving for excellence no matter the budget. Nate is looking forward to collaborating with so many talented artists on HR805 and is excited to tell this important story through light.



Brandon Hribar (Grip and Electric)

Hello my name is Brandon Hribar,  I have been involved in the production industry for 10 years off and on (played college football) I have always been in Grip and Electric and currently I have been focusing on Dolly Gripping, Grip rigging and gripping as a whole.



Jonathan Pickett (Production Assistant)

Jonathan Pickett (PA) is a recent graduate from Point Loma Nazarene University, where he studied Film and Journalism. He hopes to not only arrive at a place in his career where he no longer has to write biographies in the third person, but to also sustain himself on creative, narrative work as a writer and director of feature films. His single claim-to-fame was doing a microscopic amount of voiceover acting in the film "300."



Chris Casey (Production Assistant)

Chris is thrilled to help out with the production of HR805. He currently attends Classical Academy High School as a Senior with hope to chase his passion in film. He hopes to have a career in the entertainment industry and bring stories to life in whatever way he can. He has done some student films and works on his school TV program, he is grateful to have this be one of his first professional film experiences.



Megan Meyer (Production Assistant)


Megan Meyer is heading into her senior year of high school. She has joined the HR805 team to help bring insight to the script and help manage props during the filming. Megan is involved in leadership at her church, enjoys participating in the swim team at school, and plays off-season club softball. Megan has a passion for creative writing and is excited to be part of HR805. When she isn't helping with the production, you can find her interning at the North County Media Center or working at the Beach Hut Deli.


Amanda Aultz (Wardrobe)

Amanda grew up in Oceanside, California and attended the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising majoring in Merchandise Product Development. After school, she interned with Brixton clothing company where she quickly discovered her love of wardrobe styling. Amanda has worked with several high profile photographers on fashion and editorial shoots, including Tyler Shields and Jack Belli. Recently, Amanda has focused on costume in film and television. HR805 is Amanda's fourth project with Sierra Cinematics. Amanda currently resides in San Marcos, California with her husband of seven years and three children.



Dezi Villalpando (Hair and Makeup)

Dezi V has been in the beauty industry for over 20 years. She owns WOW...your beauty concierge in San Diego , as well as freelances  doing film, TV, commercial advertising and more! From glam, to gore she loves it all!



Kimm DiCato (Makeup Assistant)

Kimm DiCato is a makeup artist in sunny San Diego California. Her mission is to shine a light on the unique beauty of every person that sits in her chair, while empowering them to like what they see in the mirror. Kimm's formal training is from Empire Academy of Makeup (2006) and Bellus Academy for Esthetics (2008). She has worked for brands such as MAC, Senna, NARS, and Charlotte Tilbury. The training and products that she's worked with have given her a keen eye, and a unique style that she has become known for.



Jamie Hesseling (Set Designer)

Born into the original floral growing and design family of Encinitas ignited Jamie's passion to design. She has an eye for detail and the ability to fit pieces together. She enjoys hunting to turn "trash" into treasure. Her latest business venture is Gypsy Wagon Designz. Living a Christ-filled life is her number one passion. She is on the board of Bread of Life Rescue Mission which serves the poor and homeless community. She also oversees their digital marketing and fundraising. She's committed to bring the life changing hope of Jesus to those she works with by mentoring and counseling troubled youths and adults. Jamie first worked with Sierra Cinematics as a Set Designer on Dark Redemption. Moving from stage sets to movies, and now Jamie is excited to bring the HR805 to life.



Tricia DeLaRosa (Script Continuity)

Tricia DeLaRosa is an actress/dancer/crew. Her work consists of independent films from feature to short, commercial, television & musical theatre. She has participated in various short film festivals such as the 48 Hour Film Project and the 168 Film Project and loves all aspects of film making. One of her most memorable roles was in the independent feature film Misdirection. Where she was cast in the supporting role of a news reporter invited into a hostage situation. The film was done entirely in one shot and to add to its challenge, more than one location. No editing. What a feat! Her desire, for such as time as this, is to be able to participate in creating films that reach the soul and touches those that are searching and in need of faith, redemption, healing and love.



Dianne Sivulka (Craft Services)

Dianne Sivulka is a former middle school teacher who now pours her time and energy into hospitality, travel and fundraising endeavors for her favorite non-profit, Outside the Bowl where she also serves as a board member.  She enjoys writing about educational family travel on her popular blog and is also a regular contributor for Top Flight Family Magazine.



Mason Munari (BTS Photos)

Mason Munari is a professional photographer and film maker from North San Diego County. He started with his artistic focus on music and toured the country performing. He slowly developed a love for photography during this time and made it a profession soon after his music career came to a halt. He is now doing the wedding circuit, finishing up a wedding film at the world renown venue The Foundry in New York City this summer.