Whitney Ransick ’87
A founding member of NYC’s former indie filmmaking studio, The Shooting Gallery, Rasnick worked on such films as Sling Blade, You Can Count On Me, and Croupier. It was there, working with his Purchase College friends and colleagues, that he would wrote and direct his first feature film, Handgun, starring Treat Williams.
Rasnick is a member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA). He has directed over 40 hours of episodic TV including ER, Homicide, Cracker, Smallville, and Supernatural, as well as Steven Spielberg’s Hight Incident, and Jerry Bruckheimer’s Soldier Of Fortune.
He has developed a number of original projects, including a spec script Thieves at RKO, an original police procedural The Precinct at CBS, and the book adaption of The Intruders at Focus Features. Rasnik was a segment producer on Intervention for A&E and recently directed/produced the indie documentary Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery. He is currently developing the documentaries The 12th Victim.