Morgan Bailey Keaton came to Los Angeles in 2011 with voice acting dreams of starring in animated shows. While those dreams still stand, she freelances as a “jill-of-all-trades” across a broad swath of the entertainment industry, specializing in voice-over and localization. Morgan works in project coordination and management, script adaptation for dubbing, and English scripting services. Morgan has honed a unique skill set within the localization industry, given her multiple perspectives from creating the scripts to performing the lines herself. She is bilingual in Japanese and played an instrumental role in bringing Amazon’s Japanese Originals to the States. Morgan studies foreign languages for fun, enjoys rock climbing, and believes she was a golden doodle in a past life. She could not be happier nor more flattered to have the opportunity to help bring Carcerem to life. Follow Morgan on Instagram and Twitter (@morganbkeaton)
Jillian Terwedo has been working as a professional script supervisor since 2012. She broke into the industry with her first feature-length production job on the critically acclaimed indie film Life Inside Out in 2012. Since then, she’s become a member of IATSE (International Alliance of Theater and Stage Employees) and has worked on film and television productions spanning from the indie film Certain Women directed by Kelly Reichardt, to FOX’s The Mick, and most recently Mythic Quest on Apple TV +.
Jillian met Bill Holmes in 2014 and Shane Salk in 2019, quickly becoming a member of the Carcerem family. Jillian’s role is invaluable to the production, providing organization to the many hours of recorded footage for Carcerem.
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Justin Henrickson is a Music major at Pasadena City College, emphasis on a career in writing musical theater. A young professional, his previous experience is chiefly in school video projects and theater performances at both the high school and collegiate level. His most notable positions were serving as president for both his high school and college improv clubs where he hosted and conducted shows, organized events and fundraisers, and created lesson plans throughout his terms. Aside from school, Justin also teaches theater to middle school students in an after-school program, where you can see him making more lesson plans. Justin is grateful to be part of the Carcerem team and looks forward to future endeavors with Shane Salk Productions.