Lagan Sebert & Ted Roach first met as graduate film and journalism students at Washington, DC’s American University in 2009. Since then they have produced, directed, and edited dozens of documentaries, concert films, music videos, and one MTV reality-doc series together. Recent music film collaborations include documentaries for Kesha (Apple TV’s Webby-winning “Rainbow: The Film”), Manchester Orchestra (“I Know How to Speak”), John Hiatt & Jerry Douglas (“Leftover Feelings”); feature-length concert films for Staind and Blackberry Smoke; and music videos for all of the above plus Cheap Trick, Tom Morello, Trace Adkins, Drake White, Cedric Burnside, and many more, garnering over 100 million YouTube views to date. Their documentary ”120 Days: Undocumented in America" (2015) won 12 awards in over 30 film festivals and was picked up for worldwide VOD and broadcast distribution. The film currently still airs nationally on public television’s “Reel South” and is available on Amazon Prime. Individually they have worked on a wide array of film, TV, and video projects. More information about Sebert and his production company can be found at MagicSeed.co, and Roach’s work is available at SammySlate.com.