Robinson Miel Stewart (8ish years old) has lived his life between New York City and North County San Diego. He trains at the School of American Ballet, is an avid soccer player and has spent more than a few hours in the water with his papa. As an aspiring storyteller in his own right, he will join in the process of filmmaking with his own capture devices.
Toddy Stewart (40ish years old) has been a commercial filmmaker in New York for the last 15 years and has been surfing for over twenty.
His surf blog "The Endless Bummer" has waxed poetic in both print and video about the rigors and joys of a New York surfing life since 2007. His short film "The Surf Magazines Don't Talk About Lapsed Catholics" has won wide accolades as a one-of-a-kind take on the subject matter. He is a partner, director, curator and editor at Picture Farm, a production company and gallery in Brooklyn, NY.
You can check out some of his professional work here.
Kevin Freeny (40ish years old) has travelled the world for the past ten years shooting documentary nature films in such places as the Antarctic, the Arctic, the Galapagos Islands, Rapa Nui, the Pacific Northwest and Sub-Saharan Africa. He is well accustomed to the rigors of travel, getting "the shot" in the most arduous conditions and palling around with his godson, Robinson Stewart.
You can see a small sample of his work here.