We are a tight group of talented filmmakers and media creators, passionate artists with
over 15 years experience and training at some of the most prestigious film and television programs in the nation.
Since the tender age of 8, Daniel has been creating serial stories told with pictures. First in the form of cartoons and comic books, then acting in home videos (with plots he
helped “write”), discovering clay and stop-motion animation in Middle School, and finally settling into live-action film and TV series in High School and College.
Currently, Greeney holds a B.A. in Creative Writing from Beloit College, as well as Apple and Avid Certifications from Video Symphony, a school for advanced Post-
Production in Burbank, CA. Greeney has also studied at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, The Johns Hopkins University, and The Maine Photographic Workshops. After producing several short films and TV series, Greeney is now pursuing his MFA in Screenwriting at DePaul University in Chicago, focused on making his twin passions for story and scriptwriting his primary career goal.
He often finds it a little frightening that he's been a professional editor and producer for almost 15 years.
Raised outside Chicago in the suburb of Naperville, IL, Tamir has always had a keen
interest in what makes things work. His love of the film "Back to the Future" drove him to
get his very own DeLorean, and his curiosity allowed him to meet
not only that movie's producer Bob Gale, but also the car maker John DeLorean, about
whose life Ardon is currently producing both a feature-length motion picture and a
Ardon holds degrees as varied as a B.A. in Philosophy from Beloit College, a Masters in Anatomy from Rush Medical College, and finally, an MFA from UCLA's prestigious Film
Producing Program. It is this diverse background to which he credits his continued interest in reality, documentary, and biographical storytelling.
In 2006 Ardon co-founded Idiomatic Entertainment, a Los Angeles-based Reality Television company represented by WME Entertainment.
Megan Peabody first discovered her passion for acting and the arts growing up in Anchorage, Alaska, and Seattle, Washington. Since moving to New York, she has
explored that love further in several theater and screen roles, drawing upon her experiences abroad in both New Zealand and Italy. She always enjoys the opportunity
to collaborate with Messrs Greeney, Ardon, and Vermeulen.
Matt Vermeulen has been collaborating with Next Episode founder Daniel Greeney since they both were attending Middle School in Southwest Michigan. After writing and
producing award-winning scripted TV series in High School, Vermeulen went on to become producer and head writer of the campus sit-com “The Show” at Michigan State
University, where he also received a B.A. in Communication.
Since moving to New York (specifically Brooklyn), Vermeulen has worked for NBC/Universal, as well as MTV. He continues to produce numerous winning videos for
Channel 101, a monthly online TV competition, and is currently writing several feature and TV scripts with Greeney.