Jay Worth is a Southern California native who grew up with dreams of performing on stage before realizing producing was what he was truly passionate about. Though he got a BFA degree in acting from UCSB, he cut his production teeth on producing theater for 4 years before venturing into movies and television. And after a brief sojourn into seminary at North Park in Chicago, where he got a Masters in Theology with an emphasis in Art, Worship and Theology, he finally found his groove in Visual Effects. Jay has spent the past 13 years working on such shows as FRINGE, PERSON OF INTEREST, LOST, REVOLUTION, 11.22.63, COUNTERPART, THE MAGICIANS and most recently, he won an Emmy in 2017 for his work on WESTWORLD. Jay and his family have been privileged to call Vintage home for 3 years. He resides in the heart of historic Los Angeles with his wife and three children.
Alec McNayr is the SVP of social media at Fullscreen, a next-generation content and marketing company, where he runs a 200-person creative team that works with clients like AT&T, Disney, Paramount Pictures, Netflix, Char-Broil, Mattel and Timberland. Previously, he founded the advertising agency McBeard (acquired by Fullscreen in 2015), co-authored the top-selling humor book Historical Tweets and sold a pilot script to ABC. Last year, he was included in Ad Age's "40 under 40" list (he barely made it). He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three daughters.
Kathleen Doyle has a passion to see people grow and heal as they encounter the active work of God in their lives. She’s worked at Rock Harbor and Saddleback Churches in Orange County as the Pastor of Counseling, Prayer, and Leadership Development. She’s also committed to the healing work of the global church and has spent time training local leaders in South Africa, India, and Sri Lanka. Currently, she is the Chief of Staff for Vintage Church.
Jay and Liberty both grew up in LA, we are locals. Liberty grew up on the freeways and avoids them like the plague now. They spent the first 5 years of their marriage in Chicago and moved home with one baby and one surprise on the way! They now have 3 kids -two in middle school and one in preschool. They've chosen to live their life in the heart of mid city and have found a very diverse area where they are committed to their neighbors and neighborhood.
When she's not wrangling kids or driving, she can be found sewing modern quilts, and making or teaching art. In her pre-kids era she was a textile designer and entrepreneur (that part never really goes away).
Ger is from England and was raised in a dynamic Christian home, with a father who was a pastor, church planter and missionary. After college, Ger felt a strong call to be a ‘missionary in the workplace’, and so pursued law school and then a legal career in London for five years in London followed by five years in brand management with Procter & Gamble in Geneva, Switzerland.
God began to stir Ger’s heart towards full time ministry, and at the end of 2004, Ger and Lizzie moved with their two small children to seminary at Regent College, Vancouver where Ger could complete his M.Div and prepare for ministry. Ger first pastored in Raleigh, North Carolina and in 2010 Ger was invited to move to Los Angeles and plant a new 'word and spirit' church. The Jones family moved in January 2011 to Santa Monica and launched a new church, Vintage Church. Vintage was planted with a commitment to word and spirit ministry, intimacy with God, loving mission and deep community.
Dylan grew up in South Africa and has lived in LA for the last 3 years with his wife Tasmin and recently added daughter Noelle. He is an Engagement Manager with McKinsey & Company, a global consulting firm, in the Los Angeles office and services clients that are undergoing large scale transformations. Dylan has been fortunate to have been involved in churches in South Africa as God transformed and grew their reach and influence. He is amazed at how God is doing the same thing in LA - growing the reach and influence of Vintage across Los Angeles and the world.