Traveling Light Partners, LLC.
Light Partners "TLP" is a joint, cooperative
fusion of seasoned entertainment professionals
pooling their creativity, resources,
experience and wisdom to develop, produce and
market a wide range of exceptional quality
entertainment for all forms of mainstream and
new media. TLP is proactive, inspiring and a
nurturing work environment, where
innovative actors writers directors,
producers and other creative artists are
supported and encouraged to cross conventional
career lines and realize passion projects.
Producing partners at TLP participate in all
aspects of a project, from development thru post
Stephen Buchsbaum is a producer, director and writer for film and television.
Stephen has more than 30 years of production and post-production experience. After a successful career as a television and commercial director, he moved to post production in 1980.
Stephen worked on such TV and Film projects as Star Trek, the next generation, Pee Wee's Playhouse, Quantum Leap, Law & Order, Beverly Hills Ninja, 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag. He has run post production companies, such as: The Post Group, Lightning Media, NovaStar Digital Sound, Runway Edit and iO Film.
In 2006, Stephen and Jeff Sherman joined up to produce the documentary "the boys" for Walt Disney Studios and together formed Traveling Light Partners in 2008.
Stephen lives in Century City, CA and has two
wonderful children Samantha & Maxwell.
Jeffrey C. Sherman is a writer, producer, director and composer for film and television.
Since attending U.C. Berkeley and graduating Magna Cum Laude from UCLA Film School, Jeff has written the features "The Soldier" and "Up the Creek." He wrote the features "Vine Street" and "Revenge of the Nerds III" for Interscope, "Summer Job" for Universal, "Teen Tour" for Paramount, "Respectable" for Norman Lear and Disney, "Rest Stop" for Hollywood Pictures, "The Late Robert Hampton" for Fildebroc (Paris), "Hot Deliveries" for ABC Motion Pictures, "Film School" for Rastar and many others.
In television, Jeff created, produced and wrote one of the first Disney Channel series, "The Enchanted Musical Playhouse" which featured songs by his father and uncle, the Sherman Brothers. Jeff has produced and written several network television series including ABC/Touchstone's "Boy Meets World" and "You Wish," UPN/Jim Henson's "Family Rules" and Buena Vista Partners' "Stick With Me, Kid." Jeff's television pilots include "Turner & Hooch," "The Secret Life of Girls," "Post Game," "Virtual Dad," "Family Tree" and the independently produced comedy "Katie Sullivan" starring Larisa Oleynik, Will Friedle, Alex Desert and Orson Bean. Jeff wrote "The Spike Girls" for the Disney Channel and his ABC Family films "Au Pair" and "Au Pair II" are among the highest rated programs to ever air on the network. Jeff penned and is Co-Executive Producer on "Au Pair 3" which premiered in 2009.
With his cousin, Jeff recently directed and produced the Walt Disney Pictures feature documentary, "the boys: the sherman brothers' story." The theatrical film chronicles the unparalleled career of the sibling songwriting team while taking an intimate look at the brothers’ influences, differences and secret family rift. The film premiered at the 2009 San Francisco International Film Festival and has been selected for several major international festivals in Glasgow (Scotland), DocEdge (New Zealand), Shaw Festival (Toronto), Newport Beach (USA) and the Annecy International Animated Film Festival (France) the Animac Festival (Spain), the Melbourne International Film Festival (Australia) and the Biografilm Festival (Italy). In 2010, “the boys” was chosen as the opening night screening at the first-ever Disney D23 Expo. For more information, go to
In 2008, Jeff and Stephen Buchsbaum formed Traveling Light Partners, LLC. Jeff lives in Los Angeles with his wife, comedian Wendy Liebman, and his two amazing sons, Alex and Ryan.
Wayne Carmona is a producer for film and television.
Accolades: Danny Thomas Comedy Producer of the
Year, 2006 for HBO’s “Entourage,” Season 2.
Nominations: 4 Emmy Nominations; “Entourage,”
Seasons 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Innovations: Wayne conceived of in-car mapping
system at age 14. He also conceived the portable
book reader. Wayne created the concept of
A.I.C.P. (Association of Independent Commercial
Producers) and the High Speed Ferry System
between New York City and Atlantic City, New
Jersey. He started a talent repping service for
commercial directors of photography, created an
auto-record system for motion picture cameras
and holds three patents for motion picture
hardware, including carbon fiber precision
track. Wayne is currently developing software
for entertainment industry.
Wayne is producing musical tribute concerts on
behalf of Fathom Events. He’s contracted to
produce a video series for the Rock and Roll
Hall of Fame. Wayne is in development on three
features and 4 television shows.
Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts from Art Center
College of Design. Wayne graduated with honors,
having been awarded a scholarship to complete
studies within an accelerated program.
Work Experience: Art Director; Doyle, Dane,
Bernbach. First A.D., Production Manager,
Partner in Peter Corbett, a Visual Effects
Company in New York. Wayne served as producer
for 5,000 commercials and hundreds of music
videos including Prince’s “Diamonds and Pearls.”
Multiple feature portions shot in New York City
as well as Production Manager, Producer (uncredited)
for Jerry Bruckheimer’s “Con Air.” Wayne’s been
involved in several pilots and series for
television and has been the Producer for 90
episodes over 7 of the 8 seasons of HBO’s
Married with five children, Wayne presently
resides in Beverly Hills, California
Andy Levin is an experienced entertainment industry executive, most recently serving as Executive Vice President and general counsel of Clear Channel, one of the world's largest producers of radio, television, and live entertainment events.
At Clear Channel, Andy closed media deals of all shapes and sizes, valued from the millions to billions, around the world. From the spin off of Live Nation, to the IPO of Clear Channel Outdoor, Andy ultimately helped sell the company to private equity in 2008 in a $24 billion go-private deal, then the third largest deal of its kind in history.
For many years, Andy also worked on the political front for the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, and is an expert on both the business and public policy issues affecting entertainment programming and distribution companies. Andy helped write many of the key laws affecting broadcast media, including cable and satellite television, and later, the Internet.
In addition to serving as a Managing Partner of TLP, Andy is President of Norton Media Investments, an LA-based firm that provides business development expertise and deal brokering services to media and entertainment firms.