Robert Short, husband & father, was born in Indianapolis, raised in Columbus, GA but now rides for the "A"(Atlanta). He is a dancer, actor, rapper, songwriter and has now added director and editor to his list of titles. He was afforded the opportunity to be a director and editor when working on the webseries, “Blackwell”, in which he was the lead actor and he never looked back. He has directed and edited music videos, actor reels and short films, with feature films and television shows on his radar. He acknowledges that being an actor first definitely helps him when he has his director hat on and being an editor helps him when he has his actor hat on. Robert’s passion for all of his gifts continues to grow with each project he’s fortunate to be a part of. He continues to perfect his craft, crediting hard work and God for every opportunity he has to use his talents and skills.
Shashone Lambert Short, wife & mother, was born and raised in Staten Island, N.Y. She has performed in theatre, independent films, and television. Not one to complain about the lack of work, Shashone began writing. She has been accepted into the writing program at the Writers Guild Foundation. Her full-length play Holy Intervention was invited to be a part of the Playwrights of Color Summit with Quicksilver Theatre Company, National Black Theatre Staged Reading Series, Atlanta Black Theatre Festival Reading Series, and New African Grove Theatre Company New Works Series. Her one-act play, Mother’s Boyfriend is an Ass, was produced at the Obsidian Theatre Festival and is currently featured on Broadway HD’s Youtube Channel. Shashone was also accepted into the Playwrights Bootcamp with the Frank Silvera Writers Workshop, in which her Audio Theatre play, Dying to Party won first place. She has also written a webseries, Investments The Series and Short Films, Beautiful Killer, Butter-Fly, Crazy Expectations, and The Last Session. All projects have been accepted into several film festivals and have won awards, including Best Webseries, Best Short Film, and Best Writer. Most recently she was commissioned to write an essay which was included in the Billie Holiday Theatre 50in50 event, which included celebrity Broadway and Television performers such as Audra McDonald, Anika Noni Rose, Pauletta Washington, Vanessa Williams, and more. Whether an actor or a writer, Shashone Lambert Short prides herself on bringing excellence to any project she’s blessed to be a part of.