SCOTT BROWN (Director, Co-Writer)
Scott Brown is an Emmy-Nominated Director and Writer who began working in digital. After creating numerous scripted independent web series to critical acclaim Scott was brought on to launch Larry King’s digital Venture with Carlos Slim: Ora Media. After directing over 750 episodes of the Hulu Show Scott was tapped to Direct and Produce Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Digital Empire: Seven Bucks Digital Studios. 100 episodes later, including a musical with Lin Manuel Miranda, Scott left to start his own digital production company Liquid Light, where he serves as Chief Creative Officer. This film feels like the culmination of all that, and that’s really exciting.
CHRIS COLLINS (DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY)
Chris is a Los Angeles based cinematographer who has been fortunate enough to film projects around the world. From remote villages off the grid in West Africa to favelas in Rio de Janeiro, each project has shaped his world view and shooting style. Chris’ films have won multiple awards and screened at BFI London Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, San Francisco International Film Festival, and many more.
JESSICA GOLDSTEIN (PRODUCER)
Jessica Goldstein has been in production for 9 years, her experience ranges from Emmy nominated documentary programs such as The Keepers for Netflix to Hyundai’s 2017 critically acclaimed “Operation Better” Super Bowl commercial. Jessica continues to love creating content that is breaks the mold and inspires an audience beyond their time in front of the screen.
DYLAN SACHSE (PRODUCER, 2nd Unit DP)
Dylan Sachse has a passion for creating engaging video that reaches the masses. After cutting his chops in the premium YouTube space with over 140M views and over 300 videos under his belt, Dylan continues to cultivate an audience both online and beyond.
MINER (ORIGINAL SCORE)
Miner is a folk-rock, family band based in Los Angeles, formed by husband and wife Justin & Kate Miner. On the success of their self-produced debut album Into The Morning (recorded in a spare bedroom with a single microphone) and their joyously enthusiastic live show, they got the attention of producer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, The Shins, Modest Mouse, Band of Horses), who signed on produce their sophomore album Tuanaki.