Dr. Fox is a Hollywood veteran who has appeared on a variety of programs, including ABC’s “One Life to Live,” Talk Soup, The Nashville Network, Resorts Networks, and The Golf Channel. Dr. Fox was the creative engine behind “Beat the Bogey Man”, the first golf show in public broadcasting history, and has also been featured on “The DewSweepers” and “Speaking of Golf” radio programs on the Sirius/XM’s PGA Tour Network.
In 2007, Dr. Fox formed MindFox Productions to create groundbreaking, impactful entertainment. Designed to reach worldwide audiences, recent credits include “The Fab Four – The Ultimate Tribute” (PBS 2012), Ethan Bortnick and His Musical Time Machine (2010), and “Michael Londra’s – Beyond Celtic” (2011), for which MindFox earned Telly Awards for “Best Lighting”, “Best Set”, and “People’s Choice”. Upcoming projects include three reality programs (2013), a new, original web series, and a full-length feature film (in production) scheduled for theatrical release in early 2013. Dr. Fox is the author of two books, including Get Psyched: The Secrets to Lower Golf Scores, and can be seen as the host of “Get Psyched”, “10 Questions”, and “Kings of the Short Game.”
MindFox Productions, LLC is a fully forged new media company that produces original movies, reality and episodic television, events, conferences, games, and apps. In 2011, MindFox became a stakeholder in the Back Nine Network (launching in 2013), and established an exclusive joint venture with Where is the Cool?, the online digital destination for fashion, travel, and lifestyle inspiration. Dr. Fox is represented by Tom Ara, Esq., Partner at ReedSmith in Century City, CA.
Brenda Markstein cofounded MindFox Productions. Brenda attended the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandizing in San Francisco where she was recognized for her original designs in Fashion. She followed her passion and took her talents to the stage and TV where she designed costumes for multiple productions in the San Francisco Bay area. This led Brenda to writing, producing, directing and acting in many stage productions, commercials and short films. Also, she has held the title of Executive Producer on several award winning productions which include ‘Ethan Botrnick and His Musical Time Machine’ and ‘Beyond Celtic.’
As a former news Photojounalist and Video Editor, Jamie joins MindFox Productions as Director of Internet Technologies and Social Media along with being a Camera Operator while we are in production. Along with his skills as an award-winning photojournalist, Jamie’s work is seen every day maintaining the online presence of MindFox and all other properties of MindFox Productions. His ability to edit quickly, write and produce have brought many added skills to the MindFox Productions team. While attending college Jamie accepted his first job as Senior Video Editor for the evening newscasts at the Palm Springs ABC and Fox affiliate, after completing an internship at the station. After four and a half years, he moved to the CBS affiliate to continue chasing breaking news and capture the moments that tell the story. Recently, Jamie was recognized with an Associated Press Mark Twain award for “Best Hard News Editing” along with numerous Emmy Nominations for Videography, Editing and Producing.