Christy Scott Cashman

Founder
Producer/Actor/Writer

As founding partner, producer, actor, and writer for Saint Aire Productions, Christy Scott Cashman spent her first 10 years in film learning the anatomy of a screenplay and studying acting. This time not only gave Christy essential industry knowledge, but the desire to create her own distinctive projects for film.

Inspired by the art of organic storytelling, a notable project of Christy’s, OPEN BOOK CLUB, was born while hosting renowned authors and special guests affiliated with PEN New England. She has also written three additional feature-length scripts, with her latest, THE LOVE GUIDE (aka SUNNY SIDE UP) starring Parker Posey. As an actress, she has appeared in over 20 feature films and in 2007 produced and starred with Whoopi Goldberg in an animated short.

Christy also serves on the Board of Boston-based literary organization, Grub Street, and is thrilled to be a founding member of the AFI National Council.

Christy actively manages the financing, production and distribution of all Saint Aire Projects as well as steers the creative forces that comprise the Saint Aire Brand. 

Mary Chiochios

Trans-media Producer

Mary’s interest in multi-platform and transmedia storytelling stems from her experience in various media fields including film production, website creation, social media strategy and digital media creation. She has collaborated on several crossmedia, online and mobile projects, most recently an interactive mobile application for the 2011 International Special Olympics held in Athens, Greece. As the founder and co-owner of Chiochios Studios, a Boston-based production and post-production facility, Mary was intricately involved in the development, physical production, and post production of new media, television, feature film, and corporate projects.  Mary’s work has been broadcast on National Geographic, MTV, NECN, WGBH, and PBS. Mary’s feature film credits include: Sundance Film Festival’s Could Be Worse , Barstow 2008, Rendezvous In Samarkand and Stiffs, which was the first movie produced under the Massachusetts film tax credit law. Mary’s series credits include: The Next Big Thing, a television talk show interviewing leaders in the high tech world and Open Book Club. Her responsibilities included coordinating packaging and marketing efforts for domestic and nternational distribution. In 2008, Mary began serving as the Director of Operations for the Massachusetts Film Office where she has been instrumental in the procurement and facilitation of more than two dozen major productions shot in the Commonwealth, which brought the state over a billion dollars of direct spend.  Mary is a graduate of Boston University with a degree in Broadcasting and Film

Jillian Kronberg

Marketing Coordinator/Administrative Assistant

Jill is thrilled to be a part of the Saint Aire team! After earning her degree in Communications and Journalism from Suffolk University, Jill spent a year as an AmeriCorps VISTA, and started a Nonprofit musical camp for girls. She feels the role of Marketing Coordinator/Administrative Assistant is a perfect fit. At Saint Aire, Jill actively maintains all social media platforms, while helping plan and develop Saint Aire’s many events, marketing campaigns, and creative projects. With a passion for movies, theater, and the entertainment industry as a whole, Jill loves working at a production company, right in the heart of her hometown’s backyard.

Gina Pires

Executive Assistant/Community Manager

Gina joins Saint Aire with a broad experience in the entertainment field and extensive administrative background. Most recently, she held a position as a marketing director for a talent agency. Gina is Christy’s assistant and Saint Aire’s community manager. She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she earned a B.A. in Media Broadcasting & Sociology. She takes great pride in her work and truly enjoys all aspects of her position. Gina is a resident of Boston, MA, loves traveling and enjoys everything that has to do with entertainment from fashion to sports.

 

Saint Aire Unsolicited Programming Submission Policy

Saint Aire does not accept unsolicited material that is not represented by an approved agent, agency, manager, producer, production company or studio from within the United States. Any unsolicited pitches, outlines, scripts, treatments, pilots, beat sheets, etc. will be discarded without having been read. Under no circumstances will any unsolicited materials be returned to the sender.  Please note, if you choose to disregard this policy and submit materials to Saint Aire, unaccepted and without prior consent from Saint Aire, and without an approved agent, agency, manager, producer, production company or studio from within the United States you acknowledge that you have read the Saint Aire submission policy and understand that by making such an unapproved submission, you understand that Saint Aire has no obligation to you or your submission and that you have no claim whatsoever based on such unapproved submission.