The Filmmakers

Eliot Fisher is a media producer, musician, and teacher from Santa Fe, New Mexico. His video projects include ethnographic work with Yaqui people in Sonora, a documentary short about the impacts of a hydroelectric dam on rural communities in Brazil. He has composed music for a diverse group of ensembles for short films and live performance, as well as writing the book and music for eight original musical comedies, many of which he also directed. He has taught at the College of Santa Fe, Youth Media Project, and is currently teaching new media at Santa Fe Prep.


Julia Goldberg is an award-winning journalist and editor, who spent  10 years as the editor of The Santa Fe Reporter newspaper. Her work also has appeared in the Huffington Post, Salon, Alternet, and other publications. She is the author of My So-Called Apocalypse, as well as one of the featured actors in the film. Julia’s first attempt at a zombie movie was part of an award-winning package of journalism in 2008. She has a master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of New Mexico, and teaches writing at Santa Fe Community College. She also will be teaching writing and journalism, respectively, at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and the Institute of American Indian Arts, in Fall, 2011.


Andrew Primm is a musician, songwriter and performer, as well as a cinematographer. Primm was the primary director and editor of My So-Called Apocalypse, as well as one of its stars.

Two of Primm’s songs are featured in the soundtrack and he collaborated with Broadway pianist/ composer David Geist to create the musical score for the film. He is also the drummer for Stephanie Hatfield and Hot Mess, who are featured rocking out and fighting zombies. After 10 years on the road with different touring musical acts, Andy spent 3 1/2 years at KRQE/KASA-TV in Albuquerque, NM as a commercial producer/ director and now works as a freelance videographer, editor, musician and actor with My So-Called Apocalypse as his flagship effort. Andy’s recent credits include appearances in 5 Dollars A Day featuring Christopher Walken, Truth Be Told, a made-for-TV movie that recently aired in prime time on FOX, and in a statewide awareness commercial for the New Mexico State Police as a meth head. His album, Mercenary, is available on itunes.


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