Before founding Feral Films in 1998 to make documentaries, Whitney Dow worked in industrial and commercial films. His commercial clients included such leading advertisers as Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Clinique, Absolut, Revlon, Johnny Walker and Moët & Chandon. He was inspired to make the switch to documentary films after directing two shorts for the American AIDS Rides. Two Towns of Jasper is Dow's first feature.
Marco Williams is an award-winning film director and a member of the faculty in the Undergraduate Film and Television Department at New York University. His credits include the award-winning documentary, In Search Of Our Fathers, and the Cable Ace nominated dramatic short, Without A Pass. He also directed Rebuilding Our Communities, part of the four-hour PBS Making Peace series. Prior to joining NYU, Williams taught at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. He has also been a visiting lecturer at Duke University. Williams received his BA in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University and MA and a MFA from UCLA.