Meet the Crew!



Daniel Maitland
"Danimal"

Daniel Maitland

Role:

Director

Education:

Southern Methodist University - Bachelor of Arts: Cinema and Television


The Lowdown

​Daniel K. Maitland, better known as "Danimal," is the director of "Good Company." As a child, his parents, both qualified sailors, placed Daniel and his two brothers on a sail boat and set sail for South America. It was on that lengthy voyage that Daniel gained a thirst for telling stories developed from the tales of sailors, preachers, beggars, mafia men, soldiers, and other incredibly colorful characters his family met along the way. Later, these experiences would be the key development for Daniel's love of both narrative and documentary filmmaking. Years later, Daniel attended the "Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Filmmaking," where he gained an education in video story telling and found his forte in cinematography. Daniel then continued on to Southern Methodist University where he earned his degree in Cinema and Television. Daniel is now a Los Angeles-based producer who often shoots and/or directs commercials, music videos, short and feature narratives and documentaries.


Past Projects:

The Last Templar, Old Man Saxxon, TI and Tiny, School and Board


William Kamp III
"Will"

William Kamp III

Role:

Producer DP

Education:

Southern Methodist University - Bachelors of Arts: Film and Economics


The Lowdown

​William Kamp, better known as "Will," is the producer DP for “Good Company.”  His role is to oversee the overall feel and style of the show while actively seeking out the story for each episode. Will graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas with a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Economics. He has worked on shows such as “Top Shot” for the History Channel, “Supermarket Superstar" for Lifetime and “Bar Rescue” for Spike TV.  He currently lives in Los Angeles with his dog, Baloo. During his free time, Will likes to scuba dive, play golf and tennis and watch as many movies as he can in a 24-hour period.


Past Projects:

Top Shot, Supermarket Superstar, Bar Rescue


Robert Konowalow
"​Robert"

Robert Konowalow

Role:

Line Producer

Education:

American Film Institute - MFA: Producing & University of Nevada, Las Vegas - Bachelor of Arts: Film


The Lowdown

​Robert Konowalow is “Good Company’s” resident line producer. Born in Bay City, Mich., he was a creative child, having participated in Odyssey of the Mind, constantly constructing and  reconstructing anything he can get his hands on and working on several art projects. After graduating from the Advanced Technologies Academy, a prestigious magnet school in Las Vegas, Robert attended the University of Nevada, Reno, where his passion for telling stories began to emerge. It was here he began to make documentaries about his friends’ adventures in undergrad. He moved back to Las Vegas and attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he directed four shorts, wrote two shorts, and produced five shorts. He attended the American Film Institute, working on two AFI films as the unit production manager. While at AFI, Robert produced four shorts, associate produced "Prototype," line produced "Removal," and worked in the production office of five thesis films. Since then, he has been working within the art department of shorts, features, and television shows. 


Past Projects:

Holliston, Removal, 21, School & Board


Chase Alexander
"Chase"

Chase Alexander

Role:

Associate Producer

Education:

University of North Texas - Bachelor of Arts & Science in RTVF


The Lowdown

​Chase Alexander is one of the associate producers for “Good Company.”  His role is to assist with day-to-day set activities, coordinate travel and budgetary needs, as well as ensure all needs of the production and crew are met in a timely and effective manner. Chase began his career working for CBS Radio Dallas. After graduating from The University of North Texas in 2010, he moved to Los Angeles and began working as a writer and producer for Prefect Films. During his time there, he wrote and produced the feature film “White T,” which was released in select theaters and on DVD in early 2013. Since completing work on the feature film Chase has been working as a freelance writer and producer as well as a senior staff leader for Professional Team Building. During his free time, he enjoys playing disc golf, hiking, writing, and attempting to find good barbecue in Los Angeles. 


Past Projects:

School & Board, White T, CBS Radio Dallas


Kevin Johnson
"KJ"

Kevin Johnson

Role:

Camera Operator

Education:

Emerson College - Bachelor of Arts: Film


The Lowdown

​Kevin Johnson, better known as “KJ,” is “Good Company’s” A-Camera operator. Graduating from Emerson College in Boston with a film degree, he has worked on independent films and television shows for 12 years, including numerous reality TV shows.  During KJ’s free time, he likes to make time-lapse films, take his Dachshund on long walks at the beach, go to coffee shops, and do free yoga in the park near his home in Los Angeles.


Past Projects:

Road Rules, The Real World, The Mole, Project Runway and IRIS by Cirque du Soleil


Dagan Reinhardt
"Dagger"

Dagan Reinhardt

Role:

Camera Operator

Education:

Florida State University - Bachelor of Arts: Media Production


The Lowdown

​Dagan Reinhardt, most often referred to as "Dagger," is one of "Good Company's" camera operators. Dagger graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Media Production. He has worked on a variety of television and film projects such as "After Lately," "One Man Army," "Flipping Out," "Sound of My Voice," and "The Judds." In his free time, Dagger likes to kite surf, hike and plan his Mount Everest summit expedition.


Past Projects:

After Lately, One Man Army, Flipping Out, Sound of My Voice, The Judds


David Franklin
"Dave Frank"

David Franklin

Role:

Sound Mixer

Education:

University of North Texas - Bachelor of Arts: Radio, Television, Film


The Lowdown

​David Franklin is the sound mixer for “Good Company.”  After graduating from the University of North Texas, David brought his affection for cowboy boots and Texas barbecue to California. With the love of horror and sci-fi films, David serves as a sound mixer eager to bring a fresh pair of ears to “Good Company.”  Past Credits include the feature film “King James Diner “and several short films, including "In the House of God” and “La Nuit.” 


Past Projects:

King James Diner, In Mysterious Ways, In the House of God, La Nuit, Morning After


Gerald Reihsen
"Gerald"

Gerald Reihsen

Role:

Digital Imaging Technician

Education:

Southern Methodist University - Bachelor of Arts: Cinema and Television, minors in Psychology and Photography


The Lowdown

​Gerald is "Good Comany's" digital imaging technician and our resident Instagram/Vine guru. As a graduate from Southern Methodist University, Gerald has worked on projects such as "John and Claudia," directed by David Redish, developed and trained for an in-house production system for investment firm Behringer Harvard, and served as camera operator on a zombie special for the Sportsman Channel. In Gerald's free time, he likes to swim with his three Portuguese Water Dogs, watch movies, participate in 24-hour and 48-hour film races, practice photography and create claymation shorts and comedy skits.


Past Projects:

John and Claudia, MultiView Partner Testimonials, zombie special on the Sportsman Channel


Tommy
"Tommy"

Tommy

Role:

Driver aka Darth's best friend

The Lowdown

​Tommy is the "Good Company" tour driver. He's been riding in the driver's seat and keeping Darth in tiptop shape since its 2009 debut, and the two have been inseparable ever since. In Tommy's free time, he likes to ride his Road Star motorcycle.



Callie Cady
"Callie"

Callie Cady

Role:

Communications Manager

Education:

University of Oklahoma - Bachelor of Arts: Journalism and Public Relations


The Lowdown

​Callie is the go-to-gal for media questions regarding "Good Company." She is also the communications manager at MultiView and has been a part of the team for almost two years. During her college years, Callie interned with Dallas' NBC affiliate KXAS-TV sports department in 2006, and the Big "I' National Golf Championship in 2009, gaining experience in effectively communicating with media across the nation. Prior to her career at MultiView, she worked for a defense contractor as their Marketing Manager. During Callie's free time, she enjoys dancing (she is a former FC Dallas Dancer), working out and snuggling up under a blanket to watch Mel Brooks movies with her Jack Russell Terrier, Halo.


Past Projects:

Editing on-air footage for NBC5 Sports, Media Liason for Big "I" National Golf Championship


Caitlin McNeely
"Caitlin"

Caitlin McNeely

Role:

Content Editor

Education:

California State University, Long Beach - Bachelor of Arts: Journalism and Public Relations


The Lowdown

​As the content editor for “Good Company,” Caitlin works as a part of the home base support team by developing Web content and communications collateral. Prior to joining the MultiView family in April 2012, she racked up agency and corporate work experience in public relations, marketing, event coordination and corporate giving efforts. Caitlin currently resides in Dallas and enjoys traveling, reading, writing and soaking up as much quality time as possible with friends and family.