Meet the crew behind The Home Team.
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.
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 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 www.tfafd.org.
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 carmellekendall.com for more of her work.