Ashley S. Russo is the President and Executive Producer at ASR Media Productions. She received her B.A. in Journalism from New York University. Ashley has worked in television and media for over 15 years, producing for NBC Today Show, Bloomburg Business News, Weather Channel, and Ruder Finn PR. Her favorite project since founding ASR Media Productions was Education for All: The Vision of Ed Donley, a documentary about the inspiring former Air Products President/CEO and philanthropist Ed Donley. Ashley is a mother of two, aspiring sommelier, walking cookbook, and master glue artist specializing in Middle School projects.
Katie Wallace is the Director of Photography and Senior Editor at ASR Media Productions. A graduate of DeSales University with a B.A. in Television and Film, Katie previously interned for the Boy Scouts of America and worked as a freelance editor. Katie was recently recognized as one of the Lehigh Valley's “Finest Under Forty” by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and is a member of The United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley's Emerging Leader's Society. As a former gymnast, Katie particularly enjoyed filming a segment with the Parkettes Gymnastics Training Center and 2012 Olympic-Alternate Elizabeth Price. In addition to her talents in production, Katie also specializes in handstands, remembering everyone's birthdays, and pairing the right necklace with an outfit.
Tina Hasselbusch is the Director of Marketing for ASR Media Productions and The PEAK TV, a television production created and produced by ASR Media. Tina has over 20 years of experience in marketing, development and fund raising. Tina graduated with a BA in Psychology from Temple University and an MBA Drexel University. After rising to the level of vice president of sales and marketing with Clark Cooper Corporation in New Jersey, Tina left the conventional workforce to raise her children. While at home, Tina continued to consult in sales and marketing with direct sales companies as well as did work for several non-profits. She re-entered the workforce initially in the communications department and subsequently the development office of her children’s school, successfully raising over $250,000 to fund technology and special projects. While there, she also took part in designing the school’s website, maintaining media relations and coordinating the school’s re-accreditation process.
Abby Mutschler is a an editor, photographer, and resident coffee-maker for ASR Media Productions. She is a graduate of DeSales University with a B.A. in Television and Film. Prior to joining the ASR team, she worked as the Head of the Lighting and Grip Department at Clark Media in Bethlehem, PA. Her favorite experiences with ASR Media Productions have all involved trips to the airport, traveling to new places like Savannah, Virginia, and Toronto. She enjoys caffeine in all of its varieties, disaster movies, ball-point pens, and tacos...because who doesn't like tacos?
Parker Bourassa is a photographer and editor at ASR Media Productions. He is a current student at Kutztown University majoring in Electronic Media. After interning at ASR for a semester, he looked too cozy at his desk so we gave him his own iMac and brought him on full-time. At Kutztown, Parker was involved in KUTV Newsbreak as a Field Producer. Parker's favorite project at ASR was Science Time, an educational program airing on PBS 39 that helped foster Parker's inner nerd. Parker enjoys graph paper, Super Smash Bros., potato products, and one day hopes to work on 3D animated films.