Producer, Artistic Director and CEO
Stephen Loughran is a writer, producer, and filmmaker, from Boston, M.A. He graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in History and a Master of Science in Arts Administration. Prior to beginning his undergraduate studies, Stephen served four years in the United States Marine Corps. Writing and film have always been a passion.
“I remember my love for history, writing, and film, all stemming from an experience when I was 8 years old. My dad brought me to see the movie Gettysburg based off of the novel, The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara, I knew from that moment I wanted to study the past and tell impactful stories”
Stephen wrote the screenplay, acted in, and executive produced the short film, And Everything Will Be As It Was, which will also be the first film released by Loughran Media.
Designer, Technical Director
John is an award-winning theatrical designer with both IRNE and EMACT awards to his credit. His designs have appeared in productions throughout the region
“All forms of art have the ability to reach a diverse audience with a lasting message in a way nothing else can. This is because art communicates in a way that transcends culture and language. This is why I look for opportunities to encourage others to learn and participate in collaborative artistic projects.”
A few of John’s directorial credits include And Everything Will Be As It Was, Man of LaMancha, Twelfth Night, Fall of the House of Usher, Strange Snow, Jesus Christ Superstar, Celebration, Breaking Legs, and Dames at Sea.
John has worked in the Multi-Image slide production industry, was President of Hovey Players, Inc., for a number of years. He is also a musician, composer, and photographer. John currently owns and operates MacKenzie Arts & Design.
Sean Sederholm is a writer, producer, and film editor, from Martha’s Vineyard, MA. He graduated Salem State University with a Bachelor’s in Creative Writing with a minor in Social Psychology.
“The defining moment in my film career was at a dinner party. A program produced by the Island’s Public Access Channel came into the conversation. I remember thinking, ‘Writing is one step away from film, why not go into film?’ Two weeks later I signed up for a camera and video editing class and I’ve never looked back.”
Since 2015 Sean has worked on numerous film projects. He is currently a judge for Boston Scifi Film Festival, and is working on his directorial debut, Give In, which he also wrote.