Mike Critelli is a multimedia storyteller fascinated by the human condition and tales of everyday people. With a background in filmmaking, he edited the full-length documentary, Livin’ Like Ribich, and also wrote and co-produced the feature film, From The Rough, starring Tom Felton and Taraji P. Henson. In addition to film, Critelli dabbles in live performance, poetry and visual art. He has been an ordained wedding minister for over a decade, has appeared regularly on broadcast television, talking sports with Los Angeles local legend Fred Roggin, and on radio, co-hosting The Old Millennials with his wife Jill on KCSB-FM. He currently resides, happily, on California’s Central Coast.
Jillian Mamey Critelli is a fine artist based in Goleta, CA. Her spirited and imaginative work celebrates artistic freedom by capturing both the seen and unseen through photography, abstract painting, and mixed media collage. Originally from Glendale, CA, she attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY for Photography, and carries a BFA with honors in Fine Art Media from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. In addition, she holds an MA in Organizational Leadership, and has worked in the cultural arts and non-profit sectors for over a decade.
She currently serves as the Production Designer at the Santa Barbara Independent.
Check out more of her work here.