The Team

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Vinnie Singh is the Head of Production for Critical Role.  He has worked in digital video since YouTube was almost exclusively cat videos and Twitch was just a twinkle in your eye.  He previously produced for companies such as Maker Studios, Buzzfeed, and the Walt Disney Company. Vinnie specializes in producing for brands on the […]

Brittany Walloch-Key is an event coordinator, professional geek, and cat enthusiast.  It was difficult for her to find a head shot in which she wasn't in costume, which says a lot about what she likes to do with her spare time. She's been working behind-the-scenes in the event industry for years and becoming the Director of Events for Critical Role is a literal dream come true. If you see her in the wild, be sure to give her a hug. If you have a cat, also be sure to tell her about your cat.

Aaron Monroy is the Art Director at Critical Role. Before joining our merry band he was an Art Director at a multi-cultural advertising agency, where he worked on brands such as Honda, Dole, Jack in the Box, and more. After a successful 8-year multi-award-winning career in advertising, Aaron came to Critical Role newly inspired to […]

Maxwell James is the Senior Producer at Critical Role. Previously he worked at Legendary Digital Networks and freelanced as a producer for music videos, commercials, and sketches. In his early life he was a touring musician and bartender. He originally went to college to be a 2nd grade teacher, but dropped out and left his […]

Chris Lockey is the social & content producer at Critical Role. He is a writer, filmmaker and occultist who hails from the black woods of the North Carolina badlands. Lockey began playing D&D at the impressionable age of 11-years old, and has been in search of high adventure ever since. He currently lives in Los Angeles […]

Dani Carr is the Lore Keeper at Critical Role and the host/writer of Critical Recap. Previously, she was the Production Coordinator at Critical Role and at Geek & Sundry. She was also the Interim Musical Arts Coordinator at Rhodes College. But, since the inception of Critical Role, Dani has been a Critter, and isn’t that the […]

Adrienne Cho is the Product Design & Development Manager at Critical Role. She has spent her life on the move, growing up in Korea, Japan, and Canada before moving to Seattle to start her career in licensing and merchandising. Moving to Los Angeles to work at Critical Role is her latest and greatest adventure, and […]

Christina Farber is the Marketing Coordinator at Critical Role. Previously, they served as the Online Operations Coordinator before being lured away to the Marketing team. Prior to joining in on the fun at Critical Role Land, they worked in the rock climbing world, first running the climbing gym at their university and then as a […]

Steve Failows is a producer at Critical Role involved in the development and execution of most all programming on the channel. Before joining the team at Critical Role Land, Steve was directing short form branded content for Maker Studios, gaming content for Polaris and feel good shows for Soulpancake, with a focus on human connection. […]

Kyle Shire is a producer at Critical Role. In the past, he worked as a producer for Machinima Studios and Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment. While attending Columbia College Chicago’s Television Program, he discovered his three greatest passions: writing, comedy and D&D. Kyle spent 10 years working on terrible reality shows by day and doing stand […]

Surena Marie is the Marketing & Community Manager at Critical Role. She has worked within the gaming space for over four years, wearing many assorted hats (voice talent, writer, illustrator) before making her way to sunny Los Angeles. Previously, she was a cast member on official D&D Twitch stream Rivals of Waterdeep (where she played […]

Stephanie Benjamin is an Online Operations Coordinator at Critical Role. Originally from the Bay Area, Stephanie has since found a home in Los Angeles. After college, she aspired to enter the legal field but quickly realized that was not her calling. Instead, she went on to work in the retail industry as a merchandise planner. […]

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