About Backslash Bomb Productions Owner/Creative Director Producers

Kevin Rogers (Writer/Director)  native Staten Islander, Kevin has been working in film in the New York City area since 2006. Recently awarded Best Documentary Editing Award from Colorado International Film Festival for his work on the feature documentary "Mount Lawrence", which is an award winning documentary currently traveling the festival circuit and represented by Circus Road Films.


In 2009 Kevin started Backslash Bomb Productions and has been creating original creative content for brands, companies, and artist. They’re currently in production of a pilot for a new docu-reality series called "In:Vision".

Backslash Bomb Productions focuses on narrative and documentary style projects. With a background in production, development, post, and web-driven content, the company strives to bring strong, engaging stories to life. Their most recent film, "Mount Lawrence", is an award winning documentary currently touring the festival circuit. Mount Lawrence has been represented at film festivals including the Austin Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Cincinnati Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, SOHO International Film Festival and Hoboken International Film Festival, among others.

Keith Lambe is a New York City producer and editor. Since 2008, Keith has been providing production services to Backslash Bomb Productions’ innovative projects. In 2015, he produced “Some Guys are Bigger Than Others”, which was recognized as an official selection at the San Antonio Film Festival. He has worked with Cipriani’s Stargroup Productions in conceptualizing and assembling high-end functions. Keith is currently focused full time on being a story producer for Backslash Bomb, as well as providing post-supervision on its various projects.

Christina Hurtado-Pierson (Producer) is a New York-based producer and dramaturg, and serves as the in-house producer for Backslash Bomb Productions. She is one of the creators of the award-winning television pilot "Sox News", and recently made her directorial debut with the documentary "TransMilitary", which has played in festivals around the world and will soon receive online distribution. She served as a co-producer on Mount Lawrence and helped produce a national commercial campaign for GLAAD. She is the executive producer of the upcoming web series, "Kate + Date”. Christina also works as a dramaturg in theaters across New York, developing new plays and enriching classical productions.