The Foggy Notions Production Team
Kyle was born and raised in the Dallas,
Texas area and currently lives in Richardson, Texas.
While pursuing a BA in Fine Arts and Theater
he directed and performed in various one act plays, three
act plays and musicals. Kyle left college, for the money
of computer sciences. Bored of computer work, he opened
and operated a successful night club in the Deep Ellum area
of Dallas with two life long friends, Scott Noack and Greg Wylie. After closing
the nightclub, Kyle was Owner/CEO of several top-selling
CD Warehouse franchise stores. When the franchise was sold,
Kyle sold all of his stores and again went back to computer
science. Currently, he co-owns IT-Outsourcing, L.L.C and
IT for Film, L.L.C., Business Technology Companies with
clients in Texas, Wisconsin, Ohio, Iowa and California.
Although the money is good in computer
sciences, Film and Theatre is his passion. Recently, Kyle
has registered Foggy Notions Unlimited as an LLC, which
in the first year, bought the rights for the play 'Remember
The Red River Valley' and had it rewritten for the screen.
In August of 2005, 'Remember The
Red River Valley' was shot as a R&D project prior
to the Directing Foggy Notions Unlimited first feature length
Kyle lives with his wife Madeleine, their
two dogs, Maggie and Toni, their cat Ace and is expecting their first child (a son) in February 2008.
Brinda is a native Texan and currently
resides in Volk Estates in University Park, Texas.
She is a graduate of the University of
Texas at Dallas with a major in Accounting. Brinda is the
Controller at Curley Insurance Group and has 18 years of
diverse experience. As a controller, Brinda has a proven
history of possessing the aptitude for accounting practices,
audit, and an understanding of industry standards and procedures.
She has the ability to work with clients (internal and external)
to coordinate project flow and to meet deadlines. Her professionalism
assures the highest level of ethics and personal performance.
Brinda works enthusiastically to meet or exceed the stated
goals of every aspect of her life. Attention to detail and
accountability are her expertise and serves as Executive
Producer for the film, Dusk.
Brinda’s first priority is her three children,
Kevin, Kathleen and Conor. She also enjoys traveling, reading
and The Arts.
Born in Oklahoma, but fortunately raised
in Texas, Greg currently resides in beautiful downtown Burbank,
Greg is a graduate of the University of
Texas at Austin. He has applied his B.A. in English into
operating a successful nightclub with Kyle
Hodgkinson and Scott Noack. He
has held the title of Chief Financial Planner for a $500mm
bank holding company and he has held the title of CFO for
a company that owned several top-selling CD Warehouse franchise
stores where he was also responsible for developing the
advertising campaigns for the national chain.
He relocated to California to pursue his
career in the entertainment industry where he is currently
Director, Creative Services for Warner Bros. Domestic Television
Distribution. Greg has recently shot his directorial debut
with the short film 'Remember The
Red River Valley' for Foggy Notions Unlimited, as will
has the Associate Producer for the film 'Dusk'.
He enjoys fencing on the weekends.
Greg makes his home in Burbank, California
with his wife Sarina and expecting their first child in
February 2008, baby Xena.
Click here to read Warner
Brother's press release for Greg.
Raised in Texas, Scott Noack now resides
in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the University of Texas
at Austin with a degree in film, concentrating on screenwriting.
He has written numerous short stories, a dozen screenplays
and was a quarter finalist in the Creative Screenwriting
Although he was raised on Raiders of the
Lost Ark and Star Wars, he feels that many stories can be
told on a smaller scale – and that a smaller budget doesn’t
mean “a cheap movie.” He has pitched projects, including
a ground-breaking interactive DVD movie-game to such companies
as DreamWorks and Universal Television. Scott is the writer
for the film, 'Dusk' for Foggy Notions
Scott spends his days in the Marketing
Department for Universal Studios Home Entertainment and
lives with his wife Ida, his adopted son Jake, daughter
Stephanie and their two dogs, Elvis and Ginger.