Packafoma LLC is the production company of cousins Dax Roggio and Shea Roggio.
Dax Mackenzie Roggio is a filmmaker with more than 20 years of experience as a director, photographer, and editor. He is also a commercially licensed drone pilot, voice-over artist, and managing director of Packafoma Philms.
Dax majored in communications at Wake Forest University in North Carolina and studied film at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. Dax moved to Los Angeles in 1998, where he lived and worked for 15 years. Dax has directed and/or edited a number of motion picture projects over the years, including documentaries, theatrical trailers, music videos, television commercials, and corporate event videos.
Dax Roggio’s commercial clients have included Hewlett-Packard, Crown Royal, CNN, Cozen O’Connor, 93.3 WMMR, Drexel University, EnTrust Capital, and the Billboard Music Awards. His non-profit clients include The Nature Conservancy, the Los Angeles School Development Institute, Horizons, The Connelly Foundation, and Heights Philadelphia.
Dax also served as Director of New Media for a Democratic U.S. congressional campaign in 2008.
Dax edited the theatrical trailer for the feature film, Jack of the Red Hearts, starring Famke Janssen and AnnaSophia Robb.
As a photojournalist, Dax documented the 2016 Democratic National Convention for the Hillary for America campaign, including the post-convention rally at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Dax directed the short documentary film series, Tangles in Time. Produced in collaboration with Thomas Jefferson University, the Tangles in Time films intimately explore the lives of people suffering from dementia and the life-altering challenges faced by their care partners.
Dax lives in the Philadelphia area with his son and daughter.
Shea Winter Roggio is a portrait, documentary, travel, and fine art photographer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After studying film in Los Angeles at the University of Southern California, Shea earned a BFA in photography from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He is an alumni of the Eddie Adams Workshop and the Center for Emerging Visual Artists, and a member of the American Society of Media photographers.
Shea has been deeply involved with international humanitarian efforts throughout his career. His assignments with non-profit organizations have taken him to Moldova, Romania, Guatemala, Uganda, and Argentina. Shea was also the Head of Photography for Digiphoto Entertainment Imaging (DEI), a souvenir photography company based in Dubai, UAE, with offices in 16 countries.
Shea counts Warner Bros. Studios, The New York Times, Philadelphia Magazine, ABC News, the Red Cross, Drexel University, and the Marriott Hotels and Resorts among his distinguished commercial and editorial clients.
Shea is also known for his celebrity portraits, including subjects such as Bradley Cooper, Ethan Hawke, and Danny Bonaduce.
Shea’s photos have been showcased on the social media accounts of National Geographic and Canon Asia. His work was also selected for the Lenscratch Better Days Exhibition and The Photo Review Online Galleries.
Shea Roggio’s fine art photography prints are available for sale along with other top artists at WinterMuseo.com.