A film by Timothy L. Anderson


Writer / Director / Producer / Editor

Tim is originally from Denver, Colorado and studied film and languages at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas and New York University.  In addition to roots in stand-up and sketch comedy, he has also enjoyed the great privilege to study directing, theater, and performance at both American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, California and the historic St. Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Tim has since written, directed, and produced his own short films and music videos that have been showcased and distributed in festivals around the world.  He has also had the opportunity to work closely as an assistant director with acclaimed NYC-based Iranian director Amir Naderi.  In addition to film, Tim has directed for the Stage, translated literature, loves to travel, and enjoys music, history, tutoring, sports, and romance languages among other things.  Two Hundred Thousand Dirty is his first feature-length film.

Cameron White


Director of Photography

Cameron has a passion for film as an art form and enjoys both the study and the creation of new cinematic works.  As a cinematographer, Cameron cut his teeth on dozens of projects while attending the University of Nevada – Las Vegas.  Since graduating, he has served as director of photography and editor on a number of artistic and commercial projects including short films, documentaries, and commercials that have been shown in festivals around the world and on national television affiliates across the country.  Cameron currently lives in Sparks, Nevada with his wife Jessica. Two Hundred Thousand Dirty is his first feature-length film.


Original Music

Tyler and Chad were both born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada and have played and created music together for many years, including previous bands such as The Tramlines and America Yeah.  Tyler studied jazz composition at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas, and he is currently a composer and musician living in Brooklyn, New York.  Chad is a Brooklyn-based composer and freelance writer/editor currently pursuing graduate studies at The New School in New York City.


Additional Music

Little Hurricane is a dirty blues/rock outfit from San Diego, California.  The band was formed in early 2010 when guitarist Tone met drummer CC via an ad on Craigslist. They found a common interest in unique and vintage equipment and a love of grimy, down and dirty blues.  Little Hurricane recently released their acclaimed debut album, Homewrecker, and have since played at SXSW, Lolapalooza, and Austin City Limits in addition to dozens of other venues and cities around the country.  Their original song “Crocodile Tears” was originally written for the film, but a derivative alternate version can also be found on their album.



Isabel Galindo reinforced her true passion as a photographer after her studies at the Escuela Activa de Fotografía in Mexico City.  Her photography has been featured in many exhibitions and publications and her work often demonstrates a particular attention to technique and detail.  In both her photography and post-production color work, Isabel always enjoys working on every project to her fullest capacity, talent, and inspiration all the while remembering that every image is important unto itself.

Natalia Mercado is originally from just outside San Salvador, El Salvador where she studied product design.  She then moved to Vancouver, Canada to further her skill set and study digital photography at the Vancouver Institute of Media Arts.  After her studies, she subsequently began working in post-production for film and television in color correction and grading.  Natalia currently works and lives in Mexico City.


Post Sound Supervisor & Re-Recording Mixer

Craig is originally from Maine and has had a multitude of experiences in post-production sound for film and television.  His previous work includes short films, documentaries, network and cable television, and independent and studio films.  With a precise and creative ear, Craig’s talents and contributions to the film in addition to supervising and mixing include: sound editing, post engineering, foley artistry, and ADR supervision.  Craig currently lives and works in New York City.


Associate Producer

Nathaniel or “Nat” is from Chicago, Illinois and studied film at New York University.  He has also completed further studies in film, performance, and theater at the St. Petersburg State Theater Arts Academy in St. Petersburg, Russia.  Nat has since been involved in a variety of creative projects including short films, documentaries, commercials, and independent films.  He currently lives and works as an editor and producer in New York City.  Two Hundred Thousand Dirty is his first feature-length production.