Roman Chimienti is a Director & Sound Engineer based in NYC. His early experience as a Casting Director and Recording Engineer for TV and Radio advertising has allowed him to work with some of the industry's most recognizable talent. Additionally, his extensive audio work has been featured in numerous festivals worldwide with film productions like "Happy Birthday To Me" (starring Whoopi Goldberg), "Spell" (featuring Jackie Tohn), "Gold Star" (starring Robert Vaughn), "Last Supper" (starring Jim Parrack and Sam Hazeldine), "30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story” (featuring Adam F Goldberg), the upcoming documentary "Wrinkles The Clown" and the highly anticipated feature docudrama “Madonna & The Breakfast Club”
Tyler Jensen is a director and editor based in NYC. His month long filmmaking endeavor of publishing a new short film for 30 consecutive days and won the audience award at the Minneapolis Underground Film Festival. He’s created original music videos for the likes of CHVRCHES, Big Dipper, The Carry Nation, Matracia, Skeleton Head, and L’Assassins. He was director of photography on Big Freedia Queen Of Bounce for Pitchfork TV and edited the award winning music video Dirty Boots for Holopaw. He has shot and edited for Dress Code and produced original content for The MacDowell Colony. His work has been featured on The New Yorker, Vice, Pitchfork, Boiler Room, TPT channel 2 and The Walker Art Center.
Matthew Chojnacki is an American writer on film and music. His books include Put the Needle on the Record: The 1980s at 45 Revolutions Per Minute, a collection of vinyl single record sleeves from the 1980s, coupled with original commentary from over 125 musicians, graphic designers, and photographers. Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters wrote the book's foreword, and Nick Rhodes of Duran Duran the afterword. Put the Needle on the Record won several awards, including overall second prize in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, as well as two silver medals (Best Performing Arts Book, Best Book Marketing) at the Independent Publishers Book Awards.
Joey Gelfand is a Multi-Disciplined Graphic Designer concentrating in Motion Graphics and Video FX. He is a two time award winning recipient at the Vertigo Media Digital Awards and a Content Marketing keynote speaker for educational seminars, trade shows, and networking events. Joey has built brands from the ground up for small to medium sized businesses across Long Island, Manhattan, Connecticut, and New Jersey in the realm of design, digital marketing, video production, and advertising. Joey’s commercial work has been featured on The Donna Drake Show, which airs on national cable channels such as CBS and WLNY.
Cecil Baldwin is the narrator of the hit podcast Welcome To Night Vale. He is an alumnus of the New York Neo-Futurists, performing in their late-night show Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind, as well as Drama Desk-nominated The Complete and Condensed Stage Directions of Eugene O’Neill Vol. 2. Cecil hasperformed at The Shakespeare Theatre DC, Studio Theatre (including the world premier production of Neil Labute’s Autobahn), The Kennedy Center, The National Players, LaMaMa E.T.C., Emerging Artists Theatre, and at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Film/TV credits include Braden in The Outs (Vimeo), the voice of Tad Strange in Gravity Falls (Disney XD), The Fool in Lear (with Paul Sorvino), and indie film Billie Joe Bob.
Alexander Taylor is a film composer, writer and producer. Born and raised in Cincinnati Ohio, Alex attended Wright State University studying film production while simultaneously working on his passion for music. Upon graduation, Alex moved West to pursue a career as a music composer for film and is currently the music supervisor/composer for WonderGrove Kids, a children's animation studio located in Encino, California. He was the recipient of the 2016 Marshall Hawkins award for Best Musical Score at the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema for his work on the short film THREE DAYS and he is responsible for the outstanding score for Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street.