Mark Rodgers has been involved in the production of graphic novels, young adult fiction, computer games, concerts, documentaries and films. Through his endeavors he has worked closely with artists as diverse as Michael W. Smith, Bono and The Fray. Mark has worked with entertainment companies such as Walden Media, Electronic Arts, Disney and Roadside Attractions, addressing issues including human trafficking, animal cruelty, global poverty and restorative justice. He launched a joint venture called Cave Capital, through which he has served as an executive or associate producer on several films, including Waiting for the Miracle to Come, which stars Willie Nelson and is executive produced by Bono and Wim Wenders. Cave was an investor in Martin Scorsese's Silence, based on a Japanese novel of the persecution of Christians in the early 17th century. Through another startup, More Partnerships, he served as producer of an off Broadway production of Babette's Feast, and as a producing partner of the only concert to held annually in Central Park, Global Citizen.
Mandi Hart is a filmmaker and attorney specializing in creative content development and intellectual property. She worked in documentary film production for three years before obtaining her J.D. She is President of Cave Pictures Publishing, an independent publisher of spiritually resonant comic books and graphic novels. Mandi is also a screenwriter and published author of articles concerning product placement as a film financing technique; tax incentives for film production; and the challenges of maintaining copyright protection in the social media age.
Kirsten Mount lived overseas for 5 years, taught math for 8 years, and is the founder of Cong Circle, a company aimed at empowering artists around the world. During her time at More Productions, Kirsten had worked on a variety of tasks and projects, including bringing films to the market, project marketing, distribution, graphic design and project consultation.