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Ramesh "Mesh" Flinders (born 1979)  is a screenwriter who, along with Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried, is best known for creating the lonelygirl15 video series which received international attention during the summer months of 2006.
Flinders grew up in northern California and studied film at Occidental College in Los Angeles and wrote about a home schooled girl who would eventually become the basis for lonelygirl15, and told fireside tales about her as a camp counselor in Maine.
Flinders' short film "Pond" won the Panavision Young Writer's award in 2004. "Pond" was premiered at the 2006 New York Short Film Festival, and was an official selection in many other film festivals including the 2007 Sacramento Film Festival  and 2006 Spokane International Film Festival.
In early 2006, Flinders was working as an assistant in the entertainment industry and maker of short films  when he met Beckett at a karaoke bar birthday party. Beckett had the idea to tell a story about a videoblogger on YouTube, and Flinders provided the character. Around the time the series began, Flinders and Beckett contacted Greg Goodfried for legal advice. The three eventually became known as The Creators. Flinders, Beckett, and Goodfried later founded Telegraph Ave. Productions to develop other web series and to marketing for movies and TV shows  which subsequently became EQAL in mid-2008.
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