About Us


Co-producer Paul Molina lives in St. Paul, Minnesota and has been producing multimedia for over 25 years, including documentary productions, corporate media, and news. His corporate clients have included  3M, the U.S. Postal Service, the U.S. Department of the Interior, and Allina Health in Minneapolis, and he has worked as a field producer for E! News. His documentary film Iwo Jima: 50 Years of Memories aired nationally on PBS stations, The Learning Channel, and Netflix. Born and raised in Anaheim, California, Paul is a 1981 graduate of Katella High School, where he earned All-Empire League honors as a defensive lineman on the Katella Knights football team, was elected to the Katella “Knights of the Round Table”,  and was awarded the Scholar-Athlete Award by the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame, Orange County Chapter. Paul is a graduate of the UCLA Department of Theater, Film, and Television.


Co-producer Lash Stevenson grew up in Downey and graduated from Downey High School in 1957.  Along the way, he developed a love for cutting hair and started his own haircutting business in the seventh grade.  Lash was an All-Coast League center for the Downey High Vikings football team in the “Dream Season” of 1956, culminating in a CIF co-championship with Anaheim High School. Lash served in the U.S. Navy, after which he enrolled at San Diego State University and then began a career in sales. In 1976, he started his own business, “A Haircutting Experience” in San Mateo, California, where he and his family still reside.  Lash has organized Downey Vikings sports reunions almost every year since 1985, with many more to come. His website –  www.lashsplace.com – features many links to Downey High sports history. Lash was inducted into the Downey High School Hall of Fame in 2010.