Founder of FCSD Productions in 2019, Tracie is an Oklahoma native and a graduate of Oklahoma State University where she earned a bachelors degree in Elementary Education. After spending ten years in the classroom she decided to dedicate more time to her family and pursue new interests. When her daughter showed a real interest in film/acting at an early age, she took it upon herself to learn as much as possible about the business. Having been on numerous independent movie sets over the last 10 years, she’s been able to utilize her knowledge and experience to become increasingly involved in the film industry. Armed with passion and a strong drive for success, she produced her first film in 2019 and successfully negotiated a distribution agreement in 2020 landing her first movie film on streaming platforms across the US and Canada. She has a propensity for organization , schedule management and getting creative with tight budgets but her true gift is knowing that anything is possible if you’re willing to put in the work.

Brandon Bergin, co-founder of FCSD Productions, was born and raised in Oklahoma and graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Journalism and Broadcasting. With over 20 years of experience in post-production editing and 10 years as a videographer, his true passion has always been writing. Combining his work experience with his passion, Brandon completed his first script in 2011 (Self Delusions and Other Obstacles) which went on to become an award winning feature film that he produced and directed. The film won Best Narrative at the United Film Festival (2013) and won the Golden Drover for Best Feature Comedy at Trail Dance Film Festival (2014). More recently, Brandon wrote and directed his latest film (The Sneak Over) which earned a distribution contract and was released for streaming in 2020 in the US and Canada.

Susan Cunningham is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a degree in Business Administration and a graduate of University of Central Oklahoma with a degree in Accounting. After working in the travel industry in OKC she moved to Arkansas where she held accounting positions in oil and gas tax accounting as well as payroll accounting . She took time off then for family but started a long career of volunteer work for the public school systems, arts center, and swim teams. After her son graduated high school she shifted gears and ran for Justice of the Peace. She held this position for two years and then decided to refocus on accounting again. She took a class from UCLA on Production Accounting for Film and TV. She is now joining FCSD to put that knowledge to work!