Anne Alvergue is a documentary filmmaker and artist. Her short films have screened at film festivals and galleries internationally, including the Pacific Film Archive, and the San Francisco Art Institute. Her editing credits include Michael Apted’s Married in America, Tibet in Song, My Kid Could Paint That, and Africa Rising. Her work has aired on PBS, MTV, ESPN, Discovery, A&E, VH1 and Lifetime. She recently curated a show of experimental work at the Walter Maciel Gallery in LA. Anne received a Bachelor’s Degree from UC Berkeley and a Master’s Degree in Documentary Film from Stanford University.
The newest member of the eyespy team has hit the ground running. Currently in 3rd grade, he has written eight graphic novels (3-4 pagers), starred in countless videos, and is in production on The Secter of the Unborn, which he also co-wrote. Eyespy's future looks bright.
Michael has been producing still and motion imagery professionally since 1997, working primarily in fashion, music and documentary. Michael has been actively shooting stills and moving images since the age of 6. Through high school he and his production group The Royalist Ones produced eight short narrative videos, which Michael variously wrote, directed, acted, shot and edited. In the US Navy Michael as served Weapons Department Yeoman and as a Navy Journalist aboard the USS Tripoli during Operation Desert Storm. Michael studied Fine Art Photography at San Francisco State University.