Mario Coello

Mario Coello

Founder and Owner of KewlKewl Productions

Raised in the city of Huntington Beach, California, Mario R. Coello (www.imdb.me/mariorcoello) demonstrated talent at the arts early in his life, notably in drawing and writing. He is an alumnus of the School of Architecture at the California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo and studied architecture in Alexandria, Virginia and Prague, Czech Republic. His creative work during this period focused on urban designs intended to intrigue, disturb, entertain and educate all at once, a formula he would repeat later in his film career, earning a film production degree at the University of Miami. Stylistic films such as “Rosewood Avenue” , “Camera Man” and “The Man in Dark Glasses” screened at film festivals in the U.S. and Canada, receiving noted accolades. Mario started kewlkewl productions to bring his unique vision into the commercial world, through instructional DVDs such as “Poof! You Are a Magician,” corporate videos for a number of companies, documentaries and narrative films such as “A French Kiss” and “Boston”. He is available for hire as a director, producer, cameraman and editor throughout Southern California.

Adam Coello

Adam Coello

Web Developer

Possess a multitude of multimedia skills involving Web Design and Development, Database Management, iOS App Development, Video Effects, and Music Composition.

Orion Acaba

Orion Acaba

Voice-Over Artist

I cut my acting teeth in the Voice Over world, I’m a UCB/Upright Citizens Brigade Alumni, I’m also a trained Martial Artist, Free Running/Parkour practitioner, and Stunt junkie. My work includes acting stuff like Video Games (which is great since I’m a huge gamer!) Animation, ADR, Radio/TV Commercials, Trailers, Narrations, Promos, Web Stuff, Stunts, Mo-Cap, Music stuffs and Other Stuffs! I always look forward to working on great projects with great people.

Audie Contreras

Audie Contreras

Voice-Over Artist

Audie Contreras was born with the “gift of voice” and entertainment that has surrounded him most of his life recording hundreds of voice overs for Radio/TV commercials, audio books, phone system recordings, and training narrations. He can be best described as warm, friendly, and believable…Audacious!

Paul Provenzano

Paul Provenzano

Videographer

In 1989, Paul was a founding co-producer of a daily syndicated children’s program called Video Power. The program featured news, reviews and previews of video games as well as an animated segment. As a key member of the developing creative team, he designed and created all the interstitial elements, and served as director of remote segments and the post production supervisor for the first 100 episodes.

Immediately out of college at Ohio State University (where he studies in Photography and Cinema), Paul moved to New York City where he was a freelance producer, director, editor and designer from 1984 until 1991. Some of his clients during that time included MTV, The Movie Channel, RCA, Warner Bros, Def Jam, Sony, NHK Japan, PBS, A&E, and Sesame Street. Projects included commercials, show segments, titles, music videos and children’s television. Paul created series of segments for Sesame Street over the years.

For MTV, Provenzano was part of the team that redesigned the host segments to a dynamic virtual set; he designed and created those environments. This work received a Broadcast Design Award. His other work has been featured at the Dallas Film Festival, New York Film Festival. Provenzano’s work for Sesame Street was featured in The Best 25 Years of Sesame Street, exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art.

Paul studied Photography and Cinema at Ohio State University from 1978 until 1992.