East Point People


Travis Beauchamp - Producer

For most of his conscious life, Travis has been writing stories, producing videos and creating digital media projects. He has produced numerous short films and recently started East Point Pictures as a studio dedicated to producing high-quality work for all manner of clients. After graduating from UCSC with a Bachelors in Film and Digital Media, Travis worked for InCA Productions as a production assistant and associate producer. In Boston since 2010, Travis has produced videos for Patagonia, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and AccesSportAmerica. 


Jesse Beauchamp - Composer

A magna cum laude graduate of Berklee School of Music in 2012, Jesse has collaborated with leading producers at Sony Music to help create the soundtracks for "God of War: Ascension" and "The Last of Us". He has also written tracks for HP, Groupon, Audi, Google and Cisco. Recently, his compositions have garnered critical acclaim, including Nevermind The End (written for Brooklyn singer/songwriter Tei Shi) featured on Line of Best Fit. He also acted as music supervisor for The Smash Brothers mini-series.


Amy Ingersoll - Voice Over

Since working in classical theater, television and film with the likes of George Romero, Tom Hanks, Tim Rice and Ed Harris (to name a few), Amy has taken to voice over acting in a big way. She has worked for Hewlett-Packard, Oracle, InMobi and played roles as diverse as a 22 year old New Orleans sorceress and a British documentary narrator in an advertising campaign for Pac-12 TV Networks. Recently, she gave voice to Joyce in The Walking Dead video game and narrated sections of The Smash Brothers mini-series.


Roy Beauchamp - Consultant

Former Creative Director of Time Inc. and co-founder of Grey Direct Advertising, Roy has written and produced media for nearly every company imaginable including CNN, National Geographic, Time Warner, AOL, Popular Mechanics, Atari, Cisco, HP and eBay just to name a few. His considerable experience and talent make his advice priceless and well worth the ten billion dollar retainer.