Who We Are
CEO / President
Head of Development
(Motion Pictures and Scripted TV)
Head of Development
Jeff Singer got his start in the film and television industry as a screenplay analyst for award-winning companies like HBO, TriStar, and Miramax. When the reality television craze hit, he became a producer for numerous successful reality television shows like “Blind Date,” “Top Chef” and “Wahlburgers.” In 2014, Jeff discovered a self-published memoir about a family of drug smugglers and got the author a TV deal with Fox 21 Studios. Subsequently, he generated other film and television projects based on true stories. Jeff also has set up television projects based on true stories at WBTV, TRISTAR TV, and DISCOUNT SUSHI. Jeff is currently executive producing a feature film project based on a NY Times article with an Oscar-winning filmmaker attached. In the podcast realm, he is executive producing two true crime podcasts with A-list talent that will launch in 2020. In 2018, Jeff founded Stowaway Entertainment.
Andrew Hilton entered the world of feature development at Universal Pictures after working on Steven Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation project. He soon segued to a position with Silver Pictures (DIE HARD, LETHAL WEAPON), based at Warner Bros. From there, he worked as a Story Editor for producer Mario Kassar (FIRST BLOOD, BASIC INSTINCT) at Paramount, then spent the next decade as the Senior Story Analyst for New Regency Productions at 20th Century Fox. A produced screenwriter himself, Andrew is also an independent consultant and screenplay analyst for filmmakers and financiers based all over the world.
Stan Evans is an Emmy award-winning TV writer/producer who started out his career as a cartoonist and standup comic in his home state of Idaho. After moving to Los Angeles, Stan became head writer for “Talk Soup,” concocting jokes and producing sketches for Greg Kinnear and John Henson. After winning Emmy for his work, he became a prolific writer/producer on such reality programs as “Blind Date,” “My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss,” “Worst Case Scenario” “Excused,” “Face-Off” and “Wahlburgers.”