• Erica Arvold

    Erica Arvold


    Producer/casting director/educator Erica Arvold most recently developed story for the feature film Shoeless Wonders, cast the indie feature Permanent, served as location casting director for Jeff Nichols’ feature film Loving, the AMC series Turn: Washington’s Spies and two seasons of Netflix’s House of Cards. Erica produced and cast the indie film Josephine, served as associate producer and casting director on Coming Through the Rye, Wish You Well, Texas Rein, helped cast feature films Ithaca and Kicked by Grace, National Geographic’s Killing Kennedy as well as helmed the casting for Ridley & Tony Scott’s Killing Lincoln and Hallmark Movie Channel’s Lake Effects. She began her dual role as producer and casting director with the psychological thriller House Hunting. Erica has been nominated for CSA’s prestigious Artios Award four times – for the films Loving and Elemental in 2017, Big Stone Gap in 2016 and Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln in 2013. Over the past 28 years, Erica has contributed to and participated in the making of over 130 films, 80 television projects and numerous short form and commercial projects.  In 2012, Arvold was inducted into the First Lady of Virginia’s Opportunity Hall of Fame for contributing to the economic growth in the state. As an educator, Erica travels across the country to speak, co-teach and lead master classes for film artists. She is a member of the Casting Society of America and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Erica is grateful to the many writers, filmmakers and actors who have entrusted her to collaborate over the years.

  • Christian Trew

    Christian Trew


    Christian Trew began as a summer intern at arvold. in 2013 and never left. She served as casting associate for the third season of AMC’s Turn: Washington’s Spies as well as the indie feature Permanent. As Erica’s assistant, she helped with location casting for Jeff Nichol’s feature film Loving. Other film credits include Josephine, Coming Through the Rye, Texas Rein, Ithaca and Big Stone Gap. She has also worked on searches for series regulars on Netflix’s Stranger Things and a leading role in Disney’s A Wrinkle In Time, Christian worked as production coordinator and location manager on the short film Elemental.

  • Meghan Apostoles

    Meghan Apostoles


    Meghan Apostoles is arvold.’s very own Renaissance Woman. She works as a casting associate on film and television projects, acts as production manager on arvold. productions, assists with education events and helms the arvold.atlanta office. She is also arvold.’s unofficial I.T. guru and key grip.

    Meghan developed a passion for film and television at a young age, pouring over titles ranging from His Girl Friday to Bicycle Thieves to Pushing Daisies. After a brief tenure as a nationally ranked youth race walker, a “zenzational” turn as a cashier at Zaxby’s, an intrepid summer teaching flyboard on the James River and a stint ordering iced coffees for legendary broadcaster Larry King, Meghan landed an internship at arvold.

    She then became an extras casting assistant on Meg Ryan’s Ithaca. Two days after graduating from the University of Virginia, Meghan began working full time at arvold. She’s since worked on the AMC television series TURN: Washington’s Spies, Jeff Nichols’s Loving and many features, commercials and short form multimedia projects. She loves educating young actors and has taught at the Virgina Repertory Theatre’s TRAIN Pre-Professional Actor Training program and DMR Adventures. 

    Most recently, Meghan relocated to Atlanta to serve as “boots on the ground” for arvold. in the Southeast. She loves working at arvold., where she gets to collaborate everyday with the most brilliant, creative and hilarious people in the biz.

  • Eileen Siebken

    Eileen Siebken


    Eileen Siebken hit the ground running at arvold. in May of 2016 and has been having a blast ever since. Since joining the arvold. team she has had the pleasure of working on everything from short form projects and searches to film and television.

    She attended Washington & Lee University where she graduated cum laude with a B.A in Theater and Printmaking and a minor in Dance. During her time at Washington & Lee, she held numerous leadership positions in the arts and established and served as the Executive Director for (540) Productions, a site-specific theater company dedicated to fostering the performing arts in Rockbridge County, VA. She also worked with many talented individuals off-campus at Moscow Art Theater School, The Open Jar Institute and Rhode Island School of Design.

    Following her sophomore year of college, Eileen spent a summer in New York City interning at Telsey + Company. She immediately fell in love with casting and has felt as if she’s found her perfect niche ever since.

    Her most recent credits include AMC’s TURN: Washington’s Spies and Netflix’s House of Cards. She is proud to work with a team of such kind, creative, intelligent and extraordinary women every day.

  • Madison Landis

    Madison Landis


    Madison Landis is the Charlottesville casting assistant for TV and Film. Having worked in theater and film in various roles over the years she is thrilled to dive into the exciting world of casting. When not working with the arvold. team, she can be found directing, writing, and producing short films around Virginia and NYC.

  • Morgan Landers

    Morgan Landers


    Morgan Landers, a bonafide Georgia peach, started her career as a casting assistant at Tyler Perry Studios where she worked on multiple films and tv shows (sometimes simultaneously). Morgan has also worked as a casting director on several projects including web series, independent short films and theatreMorgan is the newest member of arvold. and ½ of arvold.atlantaShe is also a restaurant connoisseur and can recommend the perfect brunch or dinner spot in seconds

  • Denise Stewart

    Denise Stewart


    Denise Stewart, who joins us as Senior Client Liaison, has been coaching organizations, adults and teens on public speaking skills as well as developing ritual and discipline for health, creativity and productivity for many years.  A past speaker for Charlottesville Tedx and a current Tedx speaker coach, her corporate clients and events have included Crutchfield Corp., MicroAire Surgical, Martha Jefferson Hospital, Kluge Children’s Rehabilitation Center, CFA Institute, Martin Horn, Inc., Real Estate III, the UVA Women in Leadership and Philanthropy Conference, the Women’s 4-miler Training Program, Blogville, CASA State Conference, NRV Cares Annual Conference, and the Jefferson-Madison Regional Libraries.  Denise is also playwright and actor.  She’s toured her one-woman showDirty Barbie and other Girlhood Tales, at Assembly Hall at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, the 59E59 East to Edinburgh Festival in New York City as well as The Corner Store in Washington, DC, the Diana Wortham Theatre in Asheville, NC, among other venues.  Acting credits also include:  Baskerville:  A Sherlock Holmes Mystery, Shear Madness, The Odd Couple, Almost, Maine (Heritage Theatre Festival) The Matchmaker, Eurydice, Chemistry of Change (Live Arts), Swamp-hatched Butterfly (Louisa Arts Center) and recently appeared in a Funny or Die sketch.  Her plays have been produced by the Lee Street Theatre, Whole Theatre, Live Arts, Louisa Arts Center, Offstage Theatre, the Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga, and the Northwest Actors Studio.  She has a BA in Theatre from Catawba College, and an MFA in Playwriting from the University of Virginia where she is currently a lecturer in the Department of Drama teaching courses in acting, improv, and public speaking.

  • Richard Warner

    Richard Warner


    Richard taught acting at the University of Virginia for 30 years where he had the honor of coaching, among many others: Tina Fey, Ben McKenzie (Gotham, The O.C.), Sean Patrick Thomas (Cruel Intentions, Barbershop), Jason George (Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19), Sarah Drew (Grey’s Anatomy, Everwood) and Emily Swallow (Supernatural, The Mentalist). He was awarded the UVa’s Outstanding Teacher Award, the Mayo Distinguished Teaching Professorship and was selected as an inaugural member of the University Academy of Teaching. As an active member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA, Richard studied In New York City with Michael Howard and performed at Manhattan Theatre Club, Chelsea Theatre Center, W.P.A. Theatre and Douglas Fairbanks Theatre. He has acted regionally in over one hundred roles in many prestigious regional theaters. Film credits include: Homer Benson in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln; Dr. Ezra Abbott in Ridley Scott’s Killing Lincoln; Chester Bowles in National Geographic channel’s Killing Kennedy; Vic LeClue in Patriot Son, winner of the 1998 LA Film Fest’s independent short category and selected to show at the Telluride Festival. In 2014 Richard played the lead opposite Grey’s Anatomy’s Sarah Drew in the short film, Waking Marshall Walker. This film was selected for viewing at over 40 film festivals. He created the role of L.P. Everett in the episode, “The 20% Solution” for the television program, Homicide, Life on the Street. As a director, he has staged Hamlet, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie, Hedda Gabler, Hay Fever, A Raisin in the Sun, Cloud Nine, Fuddy Meers, The Foreigner, A Man for All Seasons, Misalliance, Suddenly Last Summer, Six Characters in Search of an Author, Laramie Project, Lend Me a Tenor, Lost in Yonkers, Driving Miss Daisy, The Last Night of Ballyhoo and True West.

  • Shirley Spencer

    Shirley Spencer


    After working in the accounting field for over 25 years in the Tidewater area, Shirley & her husband retired to the beautiful mountains of VA. Now she is busier than ever as our bookkeeper & with several other clients here in the Charlottesville area.

  • Daniel Vorlet

    Daniel Vorlet


    Daniel Vorlet is the cinematographer & editor of our arvlogs as well as a freelance photographer and music video director. Even though he has been a part of the arvold team since he was 9 years old he is often mistaken for an intern.