Noah - director

Noah Moskin is the director of the film. He's also the husband in the film. Noah has been producing television for over ten years. He specializes in docudramas and reality, a genre which has taken him across the world and allowed him to work with award-winning actors and artists. Noah was educated at the University of California Berkeley a long time ago. He was born in Sacramento, lives in Los Angeles, but will always call the Pacific Northwest home. While he has produced numerous television series, this is Noah's first feature length film.

Maya - producer

Maya Grobel Moskin is a producer on this project as well as the subject of the film. Maya is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with a strong inclination for advocacy. She got her B.A. in Communications at UC Berkeley and received her Masters in Social Welfare from UCLA. She currently works as a psychotherapist for a non-profit agency and in private practice in West Los Angeles. Her clinical work has begun to shift to help those going through infertility, and she recently began working with a local surrogacy agency. She has collaborated on the film adaptation of the book, Conversations with Brando, and is currently writing a book about her journey to parenthood.  She also writes and runs her own blog, Don’t Count Your Eggswhich was recently nominated for the Hope Award for best blog by Resolve, the national infertility association, and is a contributing blogger for Fertility Authority.

Gabriel - director of photography / producer

Gabriel Peters-Lazaro is the director of photography and producer. He is the media design lead and an instructor in the Media Arts+Practice Division at USC's School of Cinematic Arts.  He researches, designs and produces media for innovative learning and teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on digital media theory and production, new media for social change, and digital tools and tactics. He holds an M.F.A. in film directing and production from UCLA, a B.A. in film studies from UC Berkeley, is a member of the MacArthur Foundation’s Youth and Participatory Politics research network, serves on the advisory committee of LA Makerspace and has presented his film and academic work at conferences and festivals from San Francisco to Doha.


Meg Ramsay is the editor. She brings with her experience in the commercial, feature, and doc fields. While working out of Therapy Studios in Los Angeles, she's been a part of some of the most respected documentaries of the last few years, including Sound City and the breakout HBO doc series, Sonic Highways.

Marqus - associate editor

Marqus Jordan is the associate editor for ONE MORE SHOT. A workaholic, he's had experience in the reality and scripted worlds, as well as with animation and motion graphics. Marqus is determined to work on projects that have an importance and mean something to viewers, as well as to him personally. He's also won an award for teaching editing to students and has had a project featured in the Wall Street Journal. He is the team captain for all things technical on this project. Marqus's ultimate goal is to edit a feature film.


Bobbie Bencio is the story producer.  She helped watch through countless hours of Noah and Maya's most private moments, and is now slightly concerned about her own ticking clock.  She graduated from Boston University, is an alumni of the Emma Bowen Foundation for Minority Interest in the Media, and has worked in reality television for eight years.  Bobbie is currently Supervising Producer on a hit MTV show and is looking forward to taking her next spirit quest.

Alon - composer

Alon Levitan is the composer. He was born in Los Angeles, California, graduating from UC Berkeley with an Interdisciplinary Studies degree in Music, Anthropology, and Psychology, before moving back to Los Angeles. He began his professional career as a film/TV composer, producer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist composing original music for TV documentaries including the Emmy award nominated"Shock Waves: 100 Years After the 1906 Earthquake" (CBS) and "Molten Paradise" (USA). Shortly after, he composed for film soundtracks including Lakeshore Entertainment's "Henry Poole Is Here" (starring Luke Wilson and Cheryl Hines) and MGM's remake of "Fame" (starring Kelsey Grammar and Debbie Allen)…the latter of which hit #1 on iTunes soundtracks. In addition to his film/TV work, Levitan completed a 20 city US tour and recently co-wrote a top ten single on the Billboard charts entitled "Here With You" with multi-platinum producer/One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder and up-and-coming singer/songwriter Asher Monroe (named one of MTV's Artists To Watch).  His follow up single "Hush Hush" (produced and co-written by Levitan) also hit the Billboard charts' top ten spot and garnered a music video directed by Academy Award winning director for best foreign film, Danis Tanovic. Levitan's songs have accrued over 15 million views online via accompanying artist music videos via multiple trend-setting websites including Vevo, Billboard, Forbes, Perez Hilton, YouTube etc). His catalogue of compositions have been featured on countless TV networks and radio stations including NBC, ABC, CBS, MTV, VH-1, CMT, Fox, Palladia, KIIS-FM, Sirius XM, etc).