Cast & Crew

Project Wink was created and produced by Lee Porter of Cell Phone Lot Productions.

Davy Raphaely (Actor, Phil):
Davy Raphaely can be seen as Tommy Tongues in the feature film You'll Know My Name and the short film Valentine's Day, directed by Mike Lemon. Davy has performed with numerous Philadelphia theatre companies, including: Walnut Street, Arden, InterAct, The Wilma, Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, PlayPenn, Luna, Theatre Exile, and Flashpoint. Davy also plays bass and sings in the Philadelphia-based band 722.

Jenna Angeloni (Actor, Erin):
Jenna Angeloni is an accomplished actor and musical performer. Jenna has been featured in many Walnut Street Theatre productions, including Hairspray, Streetcar Named Desire, and the first ever Berenstain Bears Musical, The Berenstain Bears Family Matters, for which she originated the role of Sister Bear. Jenna has been featured at the Kennedy Center, performing in the Honors Tribute to Richard Rodgers, as well as New York's Producers Club, performing in an original showcase premier. Some of Jenna's favorite roles include: Sharpay Evans in High School Musical and Andy Marston in And Then There Were None. Jenna would like to thank God for her talents, her mother and father for their infinite love and support, and the entire production team for making Wink such a phenomenal experience! Los Angeles, here she comes!!! ...

Paul Felder (Actor, Ed):
Paul Felder is an accomplished actor and - put your gloves on - serious MMA fighter. Paul has performed with, among others, New City Stage Company, Acts II Playhouse, Theatre Revolution, and the Walnut Street Theatre. In addition to Paul's MMA fighting in the octagon, his fierceness was put to work behind the scenes in M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender.

Lee Porter (Writer, Producer, Director):
Lee Porter is the writer/producer of the comedy short/charity project FB4H ( Project Wink and FB4H account for seven scenes from Lee's full-length screenplay, Wink. Lee "likes" eating and shrugging ... and making fun of Internet addicts (even though he is one himself). To "wink" at Lee, visit: or

Charles Fisher (Cinematographer, Film Editor):
Charles "Chad" Fisher is much more than a cinematographer and film editor in Philadelphia. Chad also is a "microphonist" in the rockish-rollish band Hopscotch Injury. The results of a recent survey suggest that Chad is an okay guy ... once you look past his personality, that is. Go to to be redirected to an internet site showcasing Chad's bands' free, highly-accessible recordings. Don't ask Chad why he owns the website

Sean Huber (Cinematographer, Film Editor):
Sean Huber is a filmmaker and musician, based out of Philadelphia. Sean has directed and produced numerous music videos and independent projects and has toured and recorded with many bands. Currently, Sean is the drummer for the Philadelphia alt-folk group, Wild Rompit, and is involved in the production of their upcoming music videos. For more about Sean, visit: or