About

Our Team

Chris Cebollero
Dr. David Tan, M.D. EMT-T, EMD, FAAEM
Steve Whitehead, NREMT-P
Chris Cebollero
David K. Tan, M.D. EMT-T, EMD, FAEMS
Steve Whitehead, NREMT-P
Content Developer, On-Camera Host
Chris Cebollero is an Internationally Recognized Leadership Specialist, Best Selling Author, Coach and Motivational Lecturer. His dynamic and energetic speaking style has entertained, motivated and educated individuals, groups and teams for over 2 decades. Chris is currently the Senior Partner of his own consulting firm specializing in Leadership Development, Individual and Executive Coaching, and Organizational Process Improvement. Chris has been seen on ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. Chris has spent 30 years in the EMS career field and continues to be an advocate for delivering the best care possible.
Chief Medical Consultant, Content Developer, On-Camera Host
Dr. David K. Tan, a native of St. Louis, is residency-trained and double board-certified in Emergency Medicine and EMS Medicine. He is Associate Professor and Chief of the EMS Section at Washington University in St. Louis. He actively practices EMS Medicine as a medical director and field responder for a number of police, fire, EMS, and US&R agencies. Additionally, he is a Sr. Vice President at EMS Compliance, LLC, Chairman of the Metropolitan St. Louis Emergency Transport Oversight Commission, Vice-chair of the Missouri State Advisory Council on EMS, and President-Elect of the National Association of EMS Physicians.
Content Developer, On-Camera Host
Steve Whitehead, NREMT-P, is an educator, author and Firefighter/Paramedic with the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority in Colorado. He is a life long student of emergency services. Steve hosts the popular educational web series "Remember Two Things" and is a primary instructor for South Metro's EMT program.
Chief Rob Wylie, ret.
Ray Kemp
Chief Rob Wylie, (ret.)
Ray Kemp
Audrey Schroeder
Content Developer, On-Camera Host
Chief Wylie has been in the fire service for 29 years serving first as a volunteer firefighter and then as a career firefighter, rising through the ranks to become the fire chief of the Cottleville FPD in St. Charles County, Mo. in 2005. Chief Wylie has served as director of the St. Charles/Warren County Haz Mat Team and as president of the Greater St. Louis Fire Chief's Association. Additionally, he is member of the governor's homeland security advisory council, and of the State of Missouri's Fire Education and Safety Commission as well as immediate past chairman of the St. Louis Area Regional Response System.
CEO/Producer
Ray Kemp has worked as a video producer specializing with EMS and Fire video productions for the past 8 years producing over 1000 video productions. Prior to that his work was focused in photography with spot news photojournalism for the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the Associated Press as well as producing images for EMS and Fire publications. His work has appeared in dozens of major EMS texts book and magazine publications including Pearson, Elsevier, Jones and Bartlett, Mosby, JEMS magazine and EMS World magazine. His EMS and firefighting career spanned over 20 years in which he spent his last seven years as director of public relations for a large ambulance district in Missouri.
Producer, Editor
Audrey Schroeder is an editor and producer for Triple Zilch Productions. After studying web design and digital cinema at Lindenwood University, Audrey worked as a web and graphic designer, as well as doing freelance video production. She joined the Triple Zilch team in February of 2016.
Aaron Stolze
Aaron Stolze
Isaac White
Steve Cakouros
Motion Graphics Editor, Camera Operator
Aaron is our Motion Graphics Coordinator and post-production specialist. Utilizing a suite of programs and media libraries, Aaron constructs visual assets such as title graphics, lower 3rds, and brand-specific materials. His experience with motion design is also what gives TZ3's productions their unique, scientifically accurate animations.
Director of Photography
Isaac White grew up surrounded by art, theology, and science. His love of mechanical tinkering and philosophical thinking created a solid foundation for the technical and artistic demands of the photographic professional. Realizing his dream early, he opted for the same self-made path of his father; holding only a hnadful of jobs under traditional employers before striking out on his own under the name isaacwhite.tv. Since his departure from the regular workforce, he has worked for local St. Louis companies and talent as well as for the likes of internationally recognized artists, creating album art, music videos, promotions, and films. He prides himself in simple compellilng imagery in any situation, with any subject.
Audio Technician
Originally from New Jersey, Steve Cakouros in an internationally recognized editor, producer, and audio engineer. In 2014 he won a Telly Award for his video work during the Ferguson riots and has been nominated twice for a prestigious Maggie Award. Steve graduated Summa Cum Laude from Lindenwood University's School of Film and currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
Kelly Grayson
Content Developer
Kelly Grayson is a Critical Care Paramedic and EMS Educator in southwest Louisiana. A popular blogger, conference speaker and award winning columnist for EMS1 and EMS World Magazine, Kelly is also president of the Louisiana EMS Instructor Society and board member of the Louisiana Association of Nationally Registered EMTs, and is the EMS Education Coordinator for the Louisiana Ambulance Alliance Center for Education in EMS.