Nick Meagher studied theatre with such luminaries as Herbert Berghof and Lee Strasberg. Nick directed his first feature, “Colorado cousin,” in 1990. Nick has performed at numerous cowboy poetry events and has created his own “Wild West Show.”
Courtney Wade has her bachelor's degree in International Business from Johnson & Wales University, Providence, RI. She has completed courses at the Art Institute of Colorado and received certificates in Web Design and Development and Search Engine Marketing. Courtney has worked within the T-Bone Family for many years. She has had on the job training and currently serves as T-Bone Films' social media manager, producer, web-designer, and go-to gal. When Courtney is not busy working she enjoys spending time with her husband, Whitcomb and two children Bellamy and Anderson.
Thomas J Starich grew up in Southeastern Wisconsin. He has been interested in filmmaking since he was in elementary school. During that time, he produced and directed a sundry of short films with a VHS camcorder, borrowed from his grandfather. These movies were often simple, yet many utilized camera angles, editing techniques, and even stop motion. After a foray into theatre and TV production in high school and some crew work on an independent film in his early twenties, Starich earned his degree in video production in 2008 and has been working on numerous projects in a variety of genres ever since.
Theron studied English and Film at the University of Vermont and the New York Film Academy, and has since spent time working in film and TV productions in NYC, Providence, RI and Denver, CO. A recent addition to T-Bone Films, Theron has dove into the editing of over 500 hours of footage with a zest and thirst for a project he is proud to be a part of. He has a fascination in most things from film to sustainable agriculture, and spends his time outside of work playing soccer and reading anything he gets his hands on. He is loving all that Denver has to offer with his wife, Caitlin, and their blue-heeler rescue-dog, Finn