Todd Felderstein is a director extremely active in the Hollywood entertainment landscape. Credits include directing/writing/producing for Sony, Marvel and MTV along with many other independent production companies. There was a time when superheroes dominated Todd's mortal world having penned Spider-Man animation with Neil Patrick Harris before running off to Israel to direct/produce Magic(s), the true tale of a very super magician bridging cultural angst through the wave of a magic wand. Future productions include a number of co-director partnerships, documentary commissions and Camera Conversations, a nonfiction webseries of short, personal nonfiction tales that detail triumph over daily struggle. Todd is also active in the Los Angeles theatre scene having recently directed the revival of The Owl and the Pussycat to stellar reviews. Todd is a former nonprofit executive having helmed The Story Project, Dina Merrill & Ted Hartley's storytelling charity whose mission inspires communication in at-risk teens through digital media. He remains a frequent guest speaker in high schools and universities on all things story and continues to consult youth filmmaking programs in film festivals up and down the West Coast. An avid photographer since childhood, Todd Felderstein continues to create portraits and answer to professional commissions. He is currently a member of the faculty at the prestigious Los Angeles Center of Photography and mentors often.