Brian Schreck, MA, MT-BC is a board certified music therapist who has been professionally serving people with wide range of medical illnesses since 2004.  Mr. Schreck received a bachelor’s degree in music therapy from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA as well as a master’s of arts degree in music therapy from New York University.  Brian Schreck pioneered music therapy services at St. Vincent’s Catholic Hospital Medical Center in Manhattan as well as Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.  Mr. Schreck has a passion for palliative care and for serving patients and their families through the end-of-life and into bereavement.  Brian Schreck uses all of the sounds of a patient’s life to create innovative and individualized recordings and projects with the people he serves.  Specific techniques include using stethoscopes and microphones to capture internal sounds to connect with the external world through ongoing clinical and therapeutic support.  Mr. Schreck strives to improve the quality of life for every patient and family he serves through the ongoing use of music therapy. Mr. Schreck currently serves people of all ages diagnosed with cancer and their families at the Norton Cancer Institute in Louisville, KY.




Jeremy Frindel is the founder of Substratum Films, and in 2013 released his first feature film, One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das. Distributed by Zeitgeist Films, the film screened theatrically in over 100 US cities, in festivals all over the world, and won the Best Documentary prize at many festivals. His second feature film, The Doctor from India, about the life and work of Dr. Vasant Lad, will be released in late 2017. Raised in Louisville, currently based in Brooklyn, he earned a BA in Film Scoring from the Berklee College of Music in 2001 and has been engaged in the many aspects of filmmaking ever since.



William Morrow is an internationally recognized curator and leader in the contemporary art field. He served as founding Director of the 21c Museum and Curator of the private collection of the owners of 21cMuseumHotels, creating a dynamic, rigorous, and inclusive platform for multidisciplinary contemporary art programing that has been a catalyst for rethinking the role of museums in the 21st Century. Morrow provided a stage that celebrates the artists voice through major exhibitions, commissions, acquisitions, and community engagement. In 2012 Morrow served as Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Denver Art Museum, where he curated banner exhibitions and major acquisitions, while establishing the first strategic collection plan for the contemporary department in over two decades. In 2015 Morrow served as the Curator of Contemporary Art and Academic Programing at Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University where he was successful in applying for the largest arts grant in the history of the museum from the Andy Warhol Foundation. Morrow earned his masters degrees in art history and museum studies from the University of St Andrews, Scotland and the School of World Art and Museum Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich, England.