After studying physics as well as film at both Princeton and UCLA, Lucas began his career working on small films before spending time assisting studio heads at MGM. Lucas then moved into motion picture development, working alongside Scott Rudin, Ron Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer to name a few. During this time, Lucas developed and produced films such as Bad Boys, Enemy of the State and Dangerous Minds. In 2005, Lucas produced the major hit film Mr. & Mrs. Smith, which grossed over $500 million worldwide. Across his career, he has overseen a gross $2 billion in revenue worldwide.
Jim began his career working for Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment. While working closely with Steven, Jim assisted on historic blockbuster films such as Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Back to the Future. As an editor, Jim trained under Academy Award-winning editor Bill Reynolds, known for editing legendary films such as The Sting and The Godfather series. Jim edited such films as The War of the Roses, Home Alone and Clueless. As a director, Jim’s debut premiered the critically-acclaimed and multi award-winning independent feature film Em & Me, eliciting accolades at numerous film festivals including Best Director and Best Picture.
In the explosive new arena of VR, Jim and his team are now setting the standard with their own brand of content creation stemming from their collective talents, influences and experience.
In parallel to Headcase, Tim continues to grow a highly successful sports media company as well as a feature film marketing company that has collaborated with motion picture studios in producing advertising and trailers for a multitude of blockbuster pictures.
Tim provides invaluable production, business and marketing leadership to the Headcase team. Along with hands on development of virtual reality content, Tim fosters strategic business partnerships while managing operations and CFO responsibilities.
While attending New York University’s Tisch School of Arts, Gregory formed a creative proficiency in film before moving to Los Angles and beginning work in the motion picture industry. Gregory began his career as an on-set and personal assistant for writers and directors such as Sacha Gervasi, Rupert Wainright, Michael Bay and Tony Scott.
In 2007, Gregory began working with Headcase producer Lucas Foster and contributed heavily throughout filming and post production on Mr. Foster’s feature films Jumper and Street Kings. Following that, Gregory helped develop and associate produce the blockbuster film Law Abiding Citizen starring Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler.
At Headcase, Gregory brings his experience as producer and marketing strategist to drive Headcase to the forefront of the VR landscape.
After graduation from New York University’s Tisch School of Arts, Andrew’s career began as a camera operator for such luminaries as Janusz Kaminski, Don Burgess and Emanuel Lubeszki. Since then, Andrew has been profiled in American Cinematographer, The Hollywood Reporter and Variety, and his work has been screened at festivals including the Cannes Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival and many others. Andrew was recently recognized as one of the industry’s top emerging cinematographers by the International Cinematographers Guild, and in 2014 was the first individual awarded the Studio Prime Award – a distinction reserved for manufacturers leading technological innovation in the world of film.
As a director of virtual reality cinematography at Headcase, Andrew develops, builds and operates their proprietary, revolutionary 360-degree virtual reality camera systems.