Michael Selditch has been producer, writer, director, creator and/or show-runner on numerous non-scripted television shows since 1999. As executive producer and director, Selditch recently completed a documentary series called Architecture School that he created for the Sundance Channel, and was named one of the “Top 10 TV Series of 2008” by Time Magazine. He directed Queer Eye for the Straight Guy on a reoccurring basis during its impressive 100-episode run. Also for Bravo, he directed and co-executive produced the one-hour special, Project Jay on fashion designer Jay McCarroll. Selditch was the show-runner and one of the creators of PBS's award-winning magazine series, Gourmet's Diary of a Foodie, and also produced 30 Days, Morgan Spurlock's highly acclaimed series on FX. Selditch is a two-time Emmy Award-nominated producer.
Rob Tate Producer / Camera / Editor
A director, producer, cameraman and editor for the last 12 years, Rob Tate’s work includes the independent films, Neptune’s Rocking Horse (1996), Miss Monday (Sundance, ’98 – Special Jury Prize, Andrea Hart, actress), American Desi (starring Kal Penn 2001), Way Off-Broadway (IFP, 2001, Stony Brook Audience Award, Best Feature), and West Bank Brooklyn (AFI, 2002) among others.
He was Senior Producer and Editor of the Sundance Channel’s critically acclaimed documentary series, Architecture School, which is one of Time Magazine’s Top Ten TV series of 2008. He’s been nominated for two Emmy Awards for his work as Producer and Editor of the PBS series, Gourmet’s Diary of a Foodie, for which he also won the NY Festivals Broadcast TV Silver Award for Best Documentary Editing.
Other television work includes MTV’s Boiling Points, While You Were Out (BBC), Project Jay (Bravo/Miramax), and Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (Travel Channel).
Directed & Produced by MICHAEL SELDITCH & ROB TATE
Field Producer ALEX WOLFE
Editor ROB TATE
Camera ALEX WOLFE ROB TATE & MICHAEL SELDITCH
Publicist NANCY KANE
Project Manager LEE DEEKLE
Hair/Wig Designer JASON LOW