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Crew Positions

  • Actor
  • Lighting Technician – Set Electric
  • Post Production
  • Editorial
  • Sound/Music
  • Producers
  • Writer

Production Credits


“Pillow Talk” Short Film

Directed by Sherri Urann / Written & Performed by Jeremy Urann / Featuring Conner Peirson


“Alright” Music Video

Artist: Sean Patrick / Directed by Sherri Urann / Produced by Jeremy Urann


Globe’s “You Belong Here” Promotional Spot

Directed by Sherri Urann / Produced by Jeremy Urann

Additional Links

Instagram: @fatgratitude


SHERRI URANN is a dynamic multi medium artist and healing arts practitioner. Throughout her life she has worked as a painter, musician, wilderness guide, kayak instructor, filmmaker, yoga instructor, mental health counselor and expressive art therapist. Sherri completed her BA in Broadcast Film Studies and Art (2008) as well as MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (2016) at Gonzaga University. During her time at Gonzaga, she created interdisciplinary programming to offer wilderness art retreats for students and faculty and served on Earth Day Spokane’s Executive Planning Committee. Currently, she is working to bring “Yoga for Mental Health” to the Spokane Community through her work as a Mental Health Counselor at CHAS (Community Health Association of Spokane) and Yoga Instructor at the YMCA. Independently Produced Films include “Haiti: Small Beginnings” (2011) Merit for Storytelling, and Patagonia’s Advocate Event Filmmaking contest in (2011) featured on Patagonia’s website and blog. To experience Sherri’s art and film work, you can visit her website at

JEREMY URANN is an interdisciplinary artist working in theatrical, film, and new media platforms. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre (Acting and Dramatic Writing from Western Washington University), Jeremy has worked across the Pacific Northwest as an Actor, Model, Director, Choreographer, Playwright, Songwriter and Artist in Residence for CHARISMA Robotics at Oregon State University. Recent Theatre credits include Assistant Directing and Choreographing the regional premiere of mainstage musical, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, and directing Mother’s Day, voted people’s choice script, as part of Playwright’s Forum Festival in 2019 at Spokane Civic Theatre. At Stage Left Theatre, Jeremy directed in the Fast and Furious Playwright festival. In all artistic mediums, Jeremy Urann seeks to ask questions that cultivate positive and productive discourse.

SEAN PATRICK URANN, Spokane-based artist and Civil Engineer, has been playing the local music scene since 2010. Professional performances include local coffee shops, restaurants, concert venues and hotels, as well as weddings and outdoor festivals. Sean Patrick has played official Sierra Club, Gonzaga, and Avista events. Sean Patrick developed the Music Corner Program for diabetic youth at Camp STIX in 2015 and led the program through 2018. As opener for American Idol Winner, Lee DeWise, and featured artist in the soft opening of the Terrain event space (Energize Spokane), Sean Patrick has continued to build his musical presence and brand. Sean Patrick performed five original tracks on KHQ’s morning artist series, “Good Day, Gotta’ Hear This.” In 2018, Sean Patrick released his first album, “Good Energy,” via streaming platforms iTunes and Spotify. This release will be followed by a second album in 2021; including featured single “Alright” by Sean Patrick.