We’re Video People.

The Good Kind.

All That’s Good is an Emmy award-winning full-service production company. That means we work a lot. Like, all the time. Like, weekends haven’t existed since college. It’s great, because that just means we produce a lot of high-end content; Content that stems from 40 years of collective experience from every facet of the film, television, and marketing industries.

From creative to pre-production to distribution, we do it all, and we never stop. Whether it’s a docu series, a branded entertainment series, event coverage, a music video, or an interview, you name it, we give you what you need and then we step it up a notch. The best part is we do it all IN-HOUSE. Basically, we have a really big house, and there’s room for everyone. You get the picture.

Our Team

Tap the photos for individual bios.

Gabriel Spitale

Producer / DP / Director

Gabriel is a visual and multimedia professional with more than a decade of experience as a Director and Producer. Professional highlights include television shows, documentaries, commercials, and digital advertising content. He has worked with clients such as Esurance, PBS, NBC Universal, Food Network, DIY Network, A&E, Comcast, and the Golf Channel.

Vince Damiani

Producer / Director

Vince believes that everyone has a unique story to tell, and has made it his life’s goal to put as many compelling and interesting stories on screen as possible. After studying at Drexel University, Vince worked as a producer for reality shows, such as Island Hunters (HGTV) and The Bachelorette (ABC). With years of coordinating and producing on-set, Vince has learned to handle logistics like a pro and stay calm under pressure. He simply loves the exciting filmmaking process.

Vince takes great pride in his ability to turn an idea into a cinematic experience that conveys a story and calls audiences to action. He thinks it is important to put yourself in the viewer’s shoes and always consider what they will find interesting and engaging. His attention to storytelling and his ability to target audiences is obvious in his work, including brand films for Major League Baseball, Bacardi, and Lowe’s Home Improvement.

When he isn’t traveling for production or preparing to travel for production, Vince likes to spend time with his family. He also enjoys working with charities that benefit animal rights and breast cancer awareness.

Michael P. Lucas

Producer / DP / Director

Michael has over 10 years of experience producing commercials, documentaries, and feature films.   Along with experience in producing, Michael has produced several social media and marketing campaigns for companies of all sizes. Some of the notable clients Michael produced commercials for are Honeywell Corporation, Keystone Industries, Wholefoods, Wellshire Farms, and several others.

Michael’s career began in television working for HBO and eventually moving on to Twentieth Century Fox. His desire to create notable content and produce high quality work led him to producing at “All That’s Good.” Michael prides himself on customer satisfaction and delivering a production in time and on budget.

Brandon Gulish

Director

Brandon is a guy.

Jocelyn Tarquini

Producer / Editor

Jocelyn’s is currently an Emmy nominated editor for her work on the National Geographic show, Weird but True. With her extensive experience in both television and film as well as her numerous awards ranging from the Key Art Award and the Hollywood Foreign Press’ “Achievement in Editing,” Jocelyn has worked on award-winning campaigns for Spider-Man 2, March of the Penguins, and The Aviator and edited over 125 shows such as The Real Housewives of New Jersey and Paranormal State.

An author and teacher, Jocelyn is also an executive producer of Dragon Productions, which is a production company at Drexel Westphal that employs only students in key production positions. Her most recent documentary, “The Human Element,” which she directed in Thailand, won the Award of Merit at the Impact Doc Awards.  To all this, Jocelyn also finds time to run a non-profit called Redeeming Waters International that brings food, clean water, and medical supplies to Africa and Haiti.

Frank A. Lazar

Director of Photography

Frank is an Emmy Award Winning Cinematographer with 25 Years Experience. He spent 17 years learning to visually tell stories from NFL Films, starting his career as an intern in 1992 and eventually working his way to the top camera at many Super Bowls. Frank has filmed the past 15 Super Bowls.

A Temple University graduate with a wealth of experience, Frank loves create images that enhance the story. Frank is a true people person, married to Jolene, a son Frankie and a daughter Marisa, he loves spending time fishing & camping when not behind the lens.

Derek Falen

Associate Producer

Before graduating from Rowan University with a BA in Radio/TV/Film, Derek was already an award-winning documentarian for his film Double Drop – the story of revolutionary dubstep DJ Joe Nice. Now, Derek considers himself a jack-of-all-trades in the film industry. He has been a committed member of the All That’s Good team since long before ATG came to full fruition, not just as a producer, but also as an editor, writer, director, camera AC, sound-mixer, DIT, and beard brusher. He has a really great beard.

Darren Dobroski

Editor

Darren has edited content for The Hershey Company, The Food Network, Armstrong, IWI, Alouette, and more. He’s also produced content for non-profits, documentaries, and indie films.
Darren believes that editing is just like writing, and every video should flow like visual poetry. It’s his goal to give each project a voice that’s unique and effective, and expand his vocabulary along the way.
When he’s not in the edit suite, Darren loves an excuse to help out on set. He also plays the violin and enjoys training for a good mud run.

Rich Mach

Field Audio

Rich Mach concentrates in all things production sound. From pump-up ads for the Eagles to documenting the Pope’s Philadelphia visit in 2015 to commercials for clients such as Weis, Comcast, and Nemours DuPont Hospitals, Rich has made it his pride to always deliver the best possible audio.

Elena Ordille

Production Coordinator

In the short time since graduating from Rowan University in Television and Film, Elena has worked hard to tackle the various aspects of film and television professionally. Her experience producing, directing, and writing for several short films and commercials has prepared her for her current role as production coordinator for ATG. When she’s not in the studio, Elena is a freelance photographer and videographer. In her free time, Elena explores her own personal art while working on several video-art projects, taking uncomfortable photos, writing films about extremely uncomfortable people, and eating lots of bread.

Gabriel Spitale

Producer / DP / Director

Gabriel is a visual and multimedia professional with more than a decade of experience as a Director and Producer. Professional highlights include television shows, documentaries, commercials, and digital advertising content. He has worked with clients such as Esurance, PBS, NBC Universal, Food Network, DIY Network, A&E, Comcast, and the Golf Channel.

Vince Damiani

Producer / Director

Vince believes that everyone has a unique story to tell, and has made it his life’s goal to put as many compelling and interesting stories on screen as possible. After studying at Drexel University, Vince worked as a producer for reality shows, such as Island Hunters (HGTV) and The Bachelorette (ABC). With years of coordinating and producing on-set, Vince has learned to handle logistics like a pro and stay calm under pressure. He simply loves the exciting filmmaking process.

Vince takes great pride in his ability to turn an idea into a cinematic experience that conveys a story and calls audiences to action. He thinks it is important to put yourself in the viewer’s shoes and always consider what they will find interesting and engaging. His attention to storytelling and his ability to target audiences is obvious in his work, including brand films for Major League Baseball, Bacardi, and Lowe’s Home Improvement.

When he isn’t traveling for production or preparing to travel for production, Vince likes to spend time with his family. He also enjoys working with charities that benefit animal rights and breast cancer awareness.

Michael P. Lucas

Producer / DP / Director

Michael has over 10 years of experience producing commercials, documentaries, and feature films.   Along with experience in producing, Michael has produced several social media and marketing campaigns for companies of all sizes. Some of the notable clients Michael produced commercials for are Honeywell Corporation, Keystone Industries, Wholefoods, Wellshire Farms, and several others.

Michael’s career began in television working for HBO and eventually moving on to Twentieth Century Fox. His desire to create notable content and produce high quality work led him to producing at “All That’s Good.” Michael prides himself on customer satisfaction and delivering a production in time and on budget.

Brandon Gulish

Director

Brandon is a guy.

Jocelyn Tarquini

Producer / Editor

Jocelyn’s is currently an Emmy nominated editor for her work on the National Geographic show, Weird but True. With her extensive experience in both television and film as well as her numerous awards ranging from the Key Art Award and the Hollywood Foreign Press’ “Achievement in Editing,” Jocelyn has worked on award-winning campaigns for Spider-Man 2, March of the Penguins, and The Aviator and edited over 125 shows such as The Real Housewives of New Jersey and Paranormal State.

An author and teacher, Jocelyn is also an executive producer of Dragon Productions, which is a production company at Drexel Westphal that employs only students in key production positions. Her most recent documentary, “The Human Element,” which she directed in Thailand, won the Award of Merit at the Impact Doc Awards.  To all this, Jocelyn also finds time to run a non-profit called Redeeming Waters International that brings food, clean water, and medical supplies to Africa and Haiti.

Frank A. Lazar

Director of Photography

Frank is an Emmy Award Winning Cinematographer with 25 Years Experience. He spent 17 years learning to visually tell stories from NFL Films, starting his career as an intern in 1992 and eventually working his way to the top camera at many Super Bowls. Frank has filmed the past 15 Super Bowls.

A Temple University graduate with a wealth of experience, Frank loves create images that enhance the story. Frank is a true people person, married to Jolene, a son Frankie and a daughter Marisa, he loves spending time fishing & camping when not behind the lens.

Derek Falen

Associate Producer

Before graduating from Rowan University with a BA in Radio/TV/Film, Derek was already an award-winning documentarian for his film Double Drop – the story of revolutionary dubstep DJ Joe Nice. Now, Derek considers himself a jack-of-all-trades in the film industry. He has been a committed member of the All That’s Good team since long before ATG came to full fruition, not just as a producer, but also as an editor, writer, director, camera AC, sound-mixer, DIT, and beard brusher. He has a really great beard.

Darren Dobroski

Editor

Darren has edited content for The Hershey Company, The Food Network, Armstrong, IWI, Alouette, and more. He’s also produced content for non-profits, documentaries, and indie films.
Darren believes that editing is just like writing, and every video should flow like visual poetry. It’s his goal to give each project a voice that’s unique and effective, and expand his vocabulary along the way.
When he’s not in the edit suite, Darren loves an excuse to help out on set. He also plays the violin and enjoys training for a good mud run.

Rich Mach

Field Audio

Rich Mach concentrates in all things production sound. From pump-up ads for the Eagles to documenting the Pope’s Philadelphia visit in 2015 to commercials for clients such as Weis, Comcast, and Nemours DuPont Hospitals, Rich has made it his pride to always deliver the best possible audio.

Elena Ordille

Production Coordinator

In the short time since graduating from Rowan University in Television and Film, Elena has worked hard to tackle the various aspects of film and television professionally. Her experience producing, directing, and writing for several short films and commercials has prepared her for her current role as production coordinator for ATG. When she’s not in the studio, Elena is a freelance photographer and videographer. In her free time, Elena explores her own personal art while working on several video-art projects, taking uncomfortable photos, writing films about extremely uncomfortable people, and eating lots of bread.