Founder & CEO
Executive Producer, Head of Development
Founder of Think Again Media LLC, Debbie has been a creator, producer and entrepreneur for the last thirteen years. Growing the regional production company from a little-known entity producing brand films and corporate content to a million dollar creative film company with a national reputation for crafting cinematic and emotionally driven narratives. Her clients value her creativity, leadership and relentless pursuit of excellence as well as her keen sense of story. Under her executive producer leadership, Debbie formed partnerships with Fortune 500 companies including T. Rowe Price and nationally known agencies in higher education marketing. With Feats Inc., the creative groups produced high-profile, campaign launch films for multi-year, multi-million dollar university fundraising events including those for the Harvard Business School, Duke and American University. The HBS film enjoyed a premium showing at Sony Studios as HBS and Sony Entertainment's CEO alum, Michael Lynton, gave the opening remarks. Debbie is a consummate professional, known for her easy-going but high-standards leadership style that transitions easily between client presentation meetings, creative brainstorming sessions, negations and on-set productions. Debbie has led her productions across the US working in mostly every state and Canada and around the world as far west as Tokyo, south to Nigeria and east to Kyrgyzstan.
In 2015, Debbie and her husband moved to Los Angeles to pursue their passion to produce inspirational and family entertainment. Under a newly formed TA Media Group, Debbie will helm an originals division that will pursue development of stories that inspire and those the whole family can enjoy. She is currently in development on a TV movie with Michael Polish, Director/Writer of 90 Minutes in Heaven as well as a dog-centric animated series with her husband Glenn; director/writer of it's narrative. Save A Hound will continue to actively pursue the creation of mainstream media that combats shelter pet misperceptions and encourages adoptions.
Partner, Writer/Director: www.glenndreher.com
With hundreds of television commercials, movies of the week, episodic television series and motion pictures to his credit, this ranching cowboy transplant, brings a fresh, authentic approach to his craft that is noted as heartfelt and moving. A true lover of a carefully crafted narrative, and ever-curious observer, Glenn has a gift for slowly unfolding a story that draws the viewer in through beautifully executed imagery and unexpected discoveries. His experience in the film and television production industry spans twenty years. As a former member of the Directors Guild of Canada Glenn worked as an assistant director on productions for Subaru Japan, Canon, Hasbro, Heineken, Ford, and Sony, as well as for numerous feature films and episodic productions such as Shanghai Noon, Air Bud, The Net, Seven Days and Dead Like Me. Moving to Baltimore in 2002 to direct and edit for Think Again Media, Glenn has since led large-scale, epic sized productions for the Harvard Business School, Duke University, University of Kansas and T. Rowe Price and partnered with his wife Debbie on the launch of Save a Hound , a national, shelter pet media awareness initiative that encourages adoptions. Through the creation of his viral short "Suzie Gets Adopted," they launched the effort and watched in delight as the PSA was shared over 10M times, featured on the Huffington Post and licensed by Hulu's show Casual.
Glenn attended USC where he learned how to hone his gift of script writing. An avid writer over the years, Glenn has penned two feature films and is now in development on his third along with a number of other projects in television as a creator and writer. Glenn and Debbie currently reside in Los Angeles with their three rescue hounds.