ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Randy Sinquefield grew up in Pacific Palisades, Ca. and, at an early age, developed a passion for music and the performing arts. He served as lead tenor for his high school's choir and earned lead roles in the school's plays and musicals. Afterwards, he majored in theatre production and performance at the University of Missouri before returning to southern California.
Upon graduating Cum Laude from Brooks Institute of Photography, Randy began working in Los Angeles in film production, postproduction and live broadcast. He worked in L.A. for five years and then moved back to the Midwest to build his own production company. He founded Spectrum Studios in 2009 which specializes in commercial production, feature film production and live web broadcast.
Randy continues to work in broadcast and production but has recently turned his attention to more philanthropic endeavors, following in the footsteps of his parents, Rex and Jeanne Sinquefield.
In 2018, Randy created the Lost In America foundation with founding members Rotimi Rainwater and John Teotico. The non-profit organization works to create awareness of our nation's youth homelessness crisis.
Randy and his wife, Laura, have two boys and continue to support numerous non-profit organizations. Randy enjoys surfing, tennis, and chess and is a proud Eagle Scout.