Philip Neel graduated from UCLA in 1973 with a B.A. in Motion Picture/Television production. He started working at the CBS Television Network in various capacities. He eventually landed a position as an editor on the detective series Remington Steele. During this time, Neel met Glenn Gordon Caron, who hired him as the Associate Producer on the television series Moonlighting, an experience that honed Neels producing abilities. Neel has taught advanced editing for the Cinematic Arts Department at USC. He has three Emmy nominations for editing, five A.C.E. nominations, two A.C.E. Eddy awards, one CINE Golden Eagle Award, a Telly Award, as well as one Peabody Award. Neel is a member of American Cinema Editors, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Producers Guild of America and the International Documentary Association.
An honor scholar graduate of NYUs famed film school, Mr. Jeffery is currently the Producer of the hit series BONES for Fox Broadcasting Company. A veteran post producer and post supervisor, some of his other credits include AMERICAN FAMILY: JOURNEY OF DREAMS, WALKER, TEXAS RANGER, MILLENNIUM, VIP as well as countless television movies and miniseries. In addition, Mr. Jeffery is an award winning Writer/Producer/Director, most recently having made THE LAST STOP CAFE, a short that garnered several prestigious awards on the festival circuit, including four Tellys, three Aurora Awards, and a CINE Golden Eagle. In 2003, he post produced Tap Heat for famed Producer/Director Dean Hargrove. Mr. Jeffery is a proud member of the Producers Guild of America, having served as a member of the qualifications committee.