Pradeep Katasani is a filmmaker based in Los Angeles. He is interested in telling stories about people on the fringes of the society and has a passion for historical fiction.
Amar was born in India and moved to the United States in 2008 to attend graduate school in aerospace engineering. After finishing his doctoral studies, he moved to Los Angeles for work. Having been fascinated with movies from an early age, moving to Los Angeles gave him the opportunity to see the process of film-making more intimately.
Eliana Carmona is a writer and communications professional with a Bachelors in English from Stanford University. By day, she helps startups in the technology and gaming space to find their voice; by night, she blogs about disability and writes dreamy, impressionistic short fiction.
Marc Cohen is an Emmy nominated editor who has worked on studio and independent features, scripted and unscripted television and commercials. He has a passion and enthusiasm for molding characters and story and finding the best pace, rhythm and performance for every project. He is an editor who enjoys the collaboration of the editing room and is always willing to explore ideas to their fullest.
John Orphan is a cinematographer with over twelve years of experience in the industry. He has worked on many tv shows pilots (Johny Day, Save Your Ass, Characters), national commercials, shorts (Backpages, Blessed, Count to Five) and features, including a recent one starring Frankie Muniz.
Mellanie Urquiza is a professional designer based in Los Angeles. She works on building/designing various creative aspects for film and T.V. shows. She loves building things, hand moulding, creating, painting and sketching.