Frances Wallace has over a decade experience working with Frameline. Frances first began at Frameline as the Development Associate in 2001, and then rose through the ranks to director level - managing sponsorship, integrated marketing, events and select Festival programming. Frances is an arts professional originally from Australia, with over two decades of experience working with non-profits and film media. Frances also recently worked as Frameline’s East Coast representative, attending conferences and developing strategic partnerships with both non-profit, media and corporate groups within the New York City area. Frances earned a BA in English Literature from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
Originally hailing from Scotland, Paul moved to England where he received a B.A. in Media Arts from the Royal Holloway University of London. Paul has more than 13 years of experience, serving in a multitude of industry roles in the UK and on the film festival circuit in Australia. He was the Festival Director for the Queer Screen's Sydney Mardi Gras Film Festival from 2014-2017 where his vision led the festival attendance to increase three-fold, and ushered in programming that explored a broader representation of queer lives. Simultaneously Paul worked in marketing for 8 years for the Sydney Film Festival, where attendance doubled, partially due to his instinctive, targeted campaigns around individual film programs. Prior to his festival career, Paul worked in London for 5 years in distribution, exhibition, and film sales, including positions within Revolver Entertainment and Renaissance Films. When not working, he loves exploring the outdoors and consuming the arts.
Jon's career spans over 25 years in marketing, communications, organizational development and fundraising in the visual and performing arts field. Before joining Frameline, Jon served as the Managing Director for the SF Gay Men's Chorus, and Director of External Affairs at California Humanities. He has also held management roles in Legal Affairs at Twenty First Century Fox Film Studio and in Marketing & Communications at Walt Disney Feature Animation. Jon began his career in theatrical production and general management working as general manager of the Los Angeles Classical Ballet and in production management for regional theatre and several Broadway touring shows. An alumnus of Emory University, Jon is a graduate of Leadership San Francisco and a four-time participant in AIDS LifeCycle. He is the Chairman/Festival Director Emeritus of the Reel Pride Film Festival and has received several ADDY awards for Advertising in the Arts, and is a recipient of special recognition from the U.S. Congress and the California State Assembly and Senate.
Daniel Moretti has over a decade of experience at the intersection of film and social change in diverse locations, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, the Philippines, and London. He's held positions at ITVS where he managed a national screening and community engagement program for Independent Lens on PBS, at Active Voice where he oversaw operations for film-based impact campaigns, and at Global Film Initiative where he supported its distribution, acquisition, education, and granting programs for world cinema. He holds an M.Sc. in Gender, Media, and Culture from the London School of Economics and a B.A. in Television/Video Production and minor in Gender Studies from Emerson College. In his personal life he enjoys fabulous fashion, exploring vegetarian restaurants, and traveling to experience different cultures.
A longtime transplant from the burbs of Detroit, David beelined it to San Francisco after college, arriving in with a dual degree in Art History and Communication just as the web industry exploded in the go-go 90's. Quickly finding a love for digital design and motion graphics works, he matriculated through a 15+ year career in web consulting, interaction design and project management, while cultivating his passion for LGBTQ cinema by first attending, then volunteering for, and ultimately doing pro-bono work for Frameline in his spare time. When an opportunity arose to join the Frameline team full-time, David leapt at it. David brings his corporate web consulting experience and love of fine art and film to the Frameline table. David is passionate about creating mutually rewarding relationships between Frameline's partners, large and small, and the filmmakers who continue to craft and share vital LGBTQ stories with the world.
A native of the Bay Area, Mariana holds a BA in Media, Film, and Gender & Sexualities Studies from the University of San Francisco. She has worked in the Bay Area film community in varying capacities for over a decade and first began working for Frameline in 2008 as the print traffic coordinator, a role she held during Frameline32-34. Mariana returned to Frameline in her current year-round role in 2014 and is thrilled to be part of a non-profit that shines light on the LGBTQ experience through her favorite artistic medium. Prior to returning to Frameline, Mariana spent four years at UC Berkeley's BAMPFA as the print traffic coordinator and film program coordinator. When not at Frameline, Mariana can be found in or near a body of water (preferably rivers and lakes), hiking, bike riding, taking acting classes, petting other people's dogs, and planning for her next outdoor adventure.
A fourth-generation Japanese American hailing from San Jose, Bryce has been in San Francisco for 16 years. During his 10-year tenure at Williams-Sonoma, Inc., he developed a passion for corporate philanthropy and volunteerism, most recently as the Community Affairs Manager. His responsibilities included managing community relations with longstanding, cause-related initiatives such as AIDS Walk San Francisco, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and of course, Frameline. Bryce's affinity for Frameline was alive and kicking long before his time with Williams-Sonoma, Inc., thus he is absolutely thrilled to be a part of the Frameline family! Bryce is very devoted to serving the community both professionally and personally, as he is also a member of the AIDS Walk San Francisco Foundation board of directors and has volunteered for numerous organizations over the years. Bryce holds a B.A in both Sociology and Japanese from the University of California, Davis, and enjoys cooking and raving about his cat, Jorge.
Brian Ray, originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, has been in San Francisco since 2008. He has a B.A. in Film Studies from the University of Utah, and has more than 16 years of exeprience in visual art & design, film production & promotion, and communications, working with companies including Rosetta Stone and Allied Integrated Marketing. Brian began with Frameline in 2015 as the seasonal Outreach Coordinator, and then worked as PR Coordinator with both Frameline and CAAMFest in 2016 and 2017 before joining Frameline in the year-round role of Communications Manager. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, running with the LGBTQ group, FrontRunners, fantasizing about having a corgi, and playing any and all Nintendo games.
Kevin Schaub holds an MA in French Cinema and Literature from the Ohio State University, and a BA in French from Rutgers University. He brings more than two decades of experience in publishing and in LGBTQ nonprofit arts and education management-as well as an unrelenting love of queer cinema, culture, and history. From 1995-2005, he was the executive director and dean of the Harvey Milk Institute, and co-produced the first five National Queer Arts Festivals with QCC. Kevin joined Frameline in 2012 and served as Publications Manager for Frameline36, F37, & F38; he has been the Program & Hospitality Manager since Frameline39. In his spare-time he grows veggies, bakes cookies, and does whatever his Labradors want.
Storm has worked in visual and performing arts production since 2010, cutting their teeth on musical theater, opera, and orchestra management before transitioning to operations. Prior to joining Frameline, they served as the Company Administrator for AXIS Dance Company from 2015-2017. There they led operations for the first National Convening on the Future of Physically Integrated Dance, a three-day think tank geared toward the collaboration of disabled and non-disabled dancers. In addition to working for Frameline, they currently serve on the Operations Committee for KQTCON, the first-ever conference for queer and trans Korean-Americans. Storm holds a vested interest in the intersections between queer identities, disability, and race, and they are thrilled to contribute to Frameline's broad range of powerful queer programming. Storm holds a B.A. in Music from Willamette University, with an emphasis on classical vocal performance and popular musicology.
As a producer, programmer and presenter, Peter's career spans film, theater, television, museums, and online media. From 2003-11 he was Executive Director of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, the first and largest of its kind; during Peter's tenure, IndieWire named SFJFF among the world's top 50 film festivals. During 11 years at PBS station KQED, he wrote, directed and produced documentaries and series for national public television, garnering a Peabody Award for his feature-length documentary, "The Castro." He is a frequent advisor and juror for festivals, broadcasters and media funders including ITVS, International Documentary Association and Frameline's Completion Fund. Peter is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard, and a third-generation San Francisco native.