EXECUTIVE PRODUCER / FOUNDER
Alan LaGarde started his career in broadcast news as a reporter and anchor after graduating from Northwestern University. After that he helped launch the hit show Forensic Files; beginning his career in documentary television. Al’s varied career path took another turn when he became a college professor and the director of the new TV/Film department at a university. He built that into the largest program at the school, then returned to television in leadership roles on shows like 30 Days and Paranormal State. Since launching PRP in 2009, Al has produced more than 300 episodes of television.
EXECUTIVE IN CHARGE
Dan Zarenkiewicz has degrees in Business and TV/Film from DeSales University. After graduation, he worked in production management on films with M. Night Shyamalan and on the Batman movie The Dark Knight. Dan joined the PRP team as production manager on Paranormal State. He worked on UFO Hunters and Ghost Lab and became a line producer on Brothers on Call and Yukon Men before moving up to Executive In Charge. Dan supervises production management on all current series and development shoots.
Ken Wonderland's television career started as an editor in broadcast news. He joined the Paper Route team working as an editor on the Buying franchise, Buying Naked and Garage Gold. Ken served as the Supervising Editor of Discovery Channel's Yukon Men before taking on the role of Co-Executive Producer. He is currently Co-Executive Producer of Travel Channel's Kindred Spirits and oversees the production of all current Paper Route productions.
James Gagliano's career started as a producer on America’s Most Wanted, where he produced and directed his own segments and reenactments. He joined the Paper Route Productions team five years later and worked as a supervising producer on the Buying franchise as well as DIY's Garage Gold and Attic Gold. James currently serves as the Co-Executive Producer of Travel Channel's Kindred Spirits and oversees all current Paper Route projects.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
Tim Disbrow started his career producing and directing documentaries as well as short films and branded content. He went on to produce a live nightly national news broadcast. Since joining Paper Route, he has worked as a producer on the Buying franchise as well as DIY Network's Garage Gold and Attic Gold. Tim helped develop Alaska Mega Machines and Kindred Spirits and currently oversees the diverse and ever-growing Paper Route development slate.
POST PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR
A graduate of SUNY Oswego, Kevin Dunbar built his television career at Paper Route working
on Discovery's Yukon Men. He took on the role of Post Production Coordinator on the Buying franchise and DIY's Garage Gold and Attic Gold. Kevin oversees all technical aspects of production from field equipment to final delivery. He currently serves as the Post Production Supervisor on all Paper Route series.