Meet the crew behind The Home Team.


Camille Pendley


Camille Pendley is a native Atlantan and the director of The Home Team. Formerly a journalist, Camille's work is published in the Washington Post, the Guardian, VICE, Atlanta magazine, Creative Loafing, the Bitter Southerner, Georgia Health News, and the New York Times. Camille now works as a policy analyst at Voices for Georgia’s Children, a policy research and advocacy organization.




Tracy Bates is the president of the Historic Westside Cultural Arts Council and a longtime neighborhood resident. She's held various leadership roles in the community, including as president of the English Avenue Neighborhood Association and member of Lindsey Street Baptist Church.


Laura Asherman

Co-Director /
Director of Photography

Laura Asherman is a traveling documentary filmmaker and the owner of Forage Films. With an innate interest in human resilience and personal identity, Laura is driven to create character-driven stories that serve to foster awareness and positive social change. Her filmmaking style combines verité, experimental, and expository styles of the non-fiction genre.


Wayne Kendall

Executive Producer

Wayne Kendall is an attorney based in Atlanta. He attended Howard University for undergrad and Georgetown University Law School. Attorney Kendall considers himself a general practitioner with an emphasis on civil rights and public interest litigation. Read more about his work at


Carmelle kendall

Art director & producer

Carmelle Kendall is an art director, designer and filmmaker from Atlanta. She loves unique stories, big ideas and all things creative. Check out for more of her work.