Trevor Crafts

Trevor Crafts is an entrepreneurial producer and founder and President of Macrocosm Entertainment®. Trevor recently released the Focal Award winning, and Critics Choice nominated Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street (2021) a feature length documentary on the origins of Sesame Street, distributed by HBO in North America and Universal Pictures globally. The film made its debut at the 2021 Sundance film festival in the premiere category.

Trevor has spent 20 years creating dynamic stories with striking visuals that feature strong characters and unique worlds. With a true understanding and passion for the cinematic arts, his track record of leading studio teams to produce innovative story-driven content has helped film projects like 7 Splinters in Time (2018) 12 Feet Deep (2016), Sundance favorite Experimenter (2015) starring Peter Sarsgaard and Winona Ryder, Manson Family Vacation from the Duplass Brothers (2015), and Deep in the Heart (2013).

Facile in many aspects of production, Trevor authored and produced The Unseen Photos of Street Gang: How We got to Sesame Street, published by Abrams in 2021, a companion photo book to the documentary. In 2016 Trevor created and published The Not-So Secret Society an original graphic novel for young readers, published by BOOM! Studios, under their KaBoom imprint and is developing Macrocosm’s slate of original IP which includes Lantern City® also published by BOOM! Studios. Trevor’s work has won an Emmy®, 2 Focal Awards, the LATV Festival, and 13 other industry awards.

Ellen Scherer Crafts

Ellen has over twenty years’ experience in entertainment production. She started her career producing live concert events for headline entertainment like Paul McCartney, Diana Ross, and Kenny Rogers, while simultaneously producing boxing co-productions with HBO and Telemundo for Caesar’s Entertainment.

She went on to prominent roles in promotion and marketing for branded content with Fortune 100 companies internationally, regularly managing productions with budgets upwards of ten million.

Ellen co-founded Macrocosm Entertainment®, helping to market the original story world Lantern City® published by Boom Studios in 2015, and co-created the original children’s property The Not-So Secret Society, published by KaBoom in 2016. Ellen recently produced the Focal Award winning, and Critics Choice nominated Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street (2021), which premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival and is Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes with 95% critics and audience rating.

In 2017 Ellen produced the largest event and march in US History, as a founder and producer of the Women's March Los Angeles. As a dedicated activist, Ellen has been recognized by the City of Hollywood, and both the County and City of Los Angeles for her work in women’s rights.