Meet the Team

We're all about collaborating to make great things happen. So let's get acquainted!

Feel free to reach out to any of us if you have a question, want to start a project, or just to say hello!

Jess Dudley

Executive Producer
Jess was born in the suburbs of Des Moines, but calls Tucson, Arizona his hometown. He’s Wonderful Machine’s longest-standing employee, having joined the team in 2006. Jess is a loving father and husband, and he’s happiest when he’s busy— not a hard task for a WM producer. When he isn't working on a production or an estimate, he's either renovating his 100-year-old home or kickin’ it with his fam.

Craig Oppenheimer

Executive Producer
Prior to Wonderful Machine, Craig was as an art buyer at Bank of America and worked in various production and asset management roles for ad agencies in the Philadelphia and Baltimore areas. When he’s not in the office, Craig enjoys hiking, making vegetarian sushi, riding his bike and spending time with his wife and son. His bucket list includes visiting a different national park every year.

Erika Siegfried

Senior Marketing/Creative Consultant
Erika came to Wonderful Machine after working as an on-air anchor/reporter in Lancaster, PA and as a host on When she's not working to get our photographers in front of new clients, she loves the beach, decorating her new home, smelling the roses and mixing up eccentric cocktails to indulge in on the weekends!

Julia Hanley

A native of Drexel Hill, PA Julia graduated from Temple University with a degree in photojournalism and communications. She moved back to the area after working as digital asset manager and production coordinator in Lake Tahoe. When she’s not in the office Julia is either sharpening her cooking skills, beating her friends at music trivia or enjoying the outdoors.

Molly Glynn

Photo Editor
Originally from Trumbull, CT, Molly lived in Boston and Richmond before making Philly her home. Before joining us at Wonderful Machine, she got her BS in Photography from Drexel University and interned in the photo department at Improper Bostonian Magazine. When she’s not bulking up her own photography portfolio, she’s heading up and down the East Coast visiting her family, wandering through museums, and beating her friends at Quizzo.

Cameron Sterling

Photo Editor/Creative Consultant
Cameron grew up in Connecticut and lived in every state beginning with C. After editing publications through high school and college, he served as editor of a mountain lifestyle website in Colorado before leaving to study commercial photography at Brooks. Since then, he has worked as a photo editor and creative consultant for Adobe Stock, Hiro, and The Avedon Foundation, to name a few. Outside of his dream job, Cameron loves playing with his kids and finding zen in busy places.

Thomas Lawn

Thomas grew up on a boat in Sausalito, California. After a childhood of fishing and Angel Island getaways, he studied photography on dry land at the City College of San Francisco. While living on the West Coast, he worked as a painter, café manager, photographer, and video game community manager. Thomas left the Bay Area startup scene for Portland, Oregon, and recently made the move to Philadelphia. When he’s not playing with his pet cats, he can be found cycling or baking his own San Francisco-style sourdough bread.

Katie Keller

Assistant Photo Editor
Having grown up in York, PA, Katie’s interest in video production manifested itself early. During her time at Penn State, she worked with the football team on video production and went on to earn her degrees in Marketing and Film/Video in 2016. After school, she followed her passion, working for the Steelers in the same capacity. In her free time, you might find Katie exploring the city, feeding her Game of Thrones obsession, or hitting the slopes. And although she really misses her German Shepherd, Cobe, Katie’s dream is to swim alongside sea turtles in the sparkling waters of the Caribbean.

Alex Philco

Assistant Photo Editor
After growing up in Peru, Alex attended Rollins College in Orlando, Florida where she studied International Business and Communication Studies. Alex is a world traveler and has lived in Mexico City, Miami, and Peru, as well as living in the United Kingdom while she studied abroad in college. She hopes to visit Asia in the near future. In her free time, you can find Alex exploring museums, doodling, painting, listening to music, and watching soccer.

Brey Ann Barrett

Brey Ann (like brie, not bray) grew up near Disneyland in Orange County, California, and she loves traveling and hosting dinner parties. She studied Theatre Directing with a minor in Film at The University of the Arts and has worked as an Assistant Director at the Arden Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Lantern Theatre and as Director of New Play Development at Theatre Exile. She was involved with the Broadway production of Dear Evan Hansen and got the chance to meet Jill and Joe Biden at last year's Tony Awards ceremony.

Adrienne Cramer

Business Manager
Adrienne keeps Wonderful Machine running smoothly by managing all of our billing and payroll. Before starting WM with her husband Bill, Adrienne was director of marketing for a nonprofit, and before that, she worked in scientific publishing. She's the proud mother of 16-year-old twins Sarah and Helen. She makes a perfect tart crust, is an NPR junkie and can sometimes read a good book in a day.

Bill Cramer

Founder & CEO
Prior to dreaming up Wonderful Machine, Bill spent 20 years working as a photographer - first as a photojournalist for newspapers and wire services, then later doing conceptual portraits for magazines, corporations, and institutions. When he isn't busy working with his staff or interacting with photographers, you can find him walking Tilly, reading biographies or relaxing with his family.


Branch Manager
Tilly is Bill and Adrienne’s lovable Labrador retriever. Her job description includes snoozing on the couch and inspecting trash cans around the office. At 3:30pm sharp, she walks to the 7-Eleven for her daily banana. Otherwise, you'll find her chewing on sticks, or playing fetch (she can carry three at a time).