top of page




Travis is a writer, director and director of photography located in Oregon. One of his primary passions is philosophy,
and, as a skeptic and free-thinker, the majority of his work focuses on the ubiquitous problems of dogma, faith and credulity. All Too Human is his first feature film, and he is currently working on a documentary on political polarization and how we can communicate effectively across ideological divides. Check out that film here.



Jeffrey plays the lead character, Mark James, in All Too Human.

Jeffrey is an American stage and screen actor based in the Pacific Northwest. He has appeared in over forty film projects, including feature-length and short films, television and web series, and commercial projects. In addition to his screen work, Jeffrey has performed on numerous stages throughout the Northwest, including the award winning Northwest Classical Theatre Company, as well as Defunkt Theatre, where he starred in their critically acclaimed production of Boys in the Band. He is a proud graduate of the University of Miami, Florida and the Portland Actors Conservatory.



Glen Baggerly was born in London to a British mother and an American soldier father and started his modeling and acting career after graduating from the University of Oregon in 1981. At the age of 30, he enlisted in the Air Force and completed all qualifications to achieve the maroon beret of Special Forces Search and Rescue. Since then, Glen has done fashion and sports modeling for numerous internationally recognized companies including Nike, Columbia Sportswear and Helly Hansen, has been in infomercials, commercials, industrials and TV and film with the most recognized being the Original Bowflex Spokesperson Worldwide in 1998-2002.



Mandy is a multifaceted creative artist residing in Portland, Oregon. She is a director and writer for both stage and film, as well as a triple threat actor, singer and dancer. All Too Human is her directorial debut, and she’s currently writing a feature length biopic. She has also acted in several feature length and short films and music videos, and has even written her own parody music video soon to be released.



Juliet's past independent film projects include: Deep Dark (Gallery Director), Little Sister (Captain Cronjager), roles in Combat Report, Eulogy for James, Children of Shadows and Tango Talks. Juliet holds an MFA from Penn State University and is a classically trained actress. Favorite stage roles include playing Marilyn Monroe, Lady MacBeth and Puck, among others. Juliet is a choreographer, and a singer as well and is currently writing, and producing her one woman show called The Nightingale.



Following in his father’s (Greg James) footsteps, Brady has been acting for the screen since he was five. Most notably, he was featured on ABC’s The Librarians, the feature film All the Wilderness (starring Danny Devito and Kodi Smit-McPhee), the award-winning short The Cycle Ends With You and acted along with his dad in the Shel Silverstein short film adaptation The Giving Tree and just wrapped production on the short film adaptation of Stephen King’s For The Road. Brady also toils on the stage, having been the only child actor in Portland Center Stage’s Somewhere in Time for its world premiere and was Young Simba in his school’s production of Lion King.

bottom of page