President – Founder
Martin holds degrees in Religious Studies, Broadcast Journalism and honorary degrees in Fine Arts and Humane Letters. Since 1984 he has produced and directed more than 30 films focused on religion, faith and spirituality. Martin combines a lifelong interest in religion with a passion for storytelling. Over the years he has traveled on location to more than forty countries to profile numerous religious leaders, spiritual communities, heads of state and Nobel Laureates. His films explore how belief can lead individuals to extraordinary acts, how spirituality creates and sustains communities and how faith is lived in extraordinary ways.
Director of Photography
Mark is the Director of Photography for Journey Films. With a background in documentary and commercial production, he has produced a variety of short and feature-length projects, receiving awards for cinematography and story. Before joining Journey, Mark worked as Production and Facilities Manager for the School of Visual Art and Design at Southern Adventist University where he graduated with a B.S. in Film Production in 2015.
Deryl Davis is a producer with Journey Films and a Washington-area actor, director, and theological educator. Between working on The ADVENTISTS 2, The Blueprint and Backs Against the Wall: The Howard Thurman Story, Deryl earned a PhD in Theology and Culture from the Centre for Literature, Theology, and the Arts at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. He previously worked as a reporter and editor for the PBS program Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly where he was twice recognized for best religion reporting by the Religion Newswriters Association. He was also a founding producer for The Sunday Forum, a religion in public life series at the Washington National Cathedral. Deryl is an associate faculty member in religion and drama at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC.
Carrie joined Journey Films in 2018 as an Associate Producer. She has an undergraduate degree in Religion from Mary Washington College and did graduate work in Medieval Studies at the Catholic University of America. She began work in the film world in 2004 with a certificate in Filmmaking from NYU, and then attended The Edit Center for specialized training as an editor. After several years working on shows including The First 48, The Rachael Ray Show and Pawn Stars, she returned home to DC. With over a decade of experience in video editing, Carrie is now expanding her experience to include producing, motion graphics, and web design.