Adrian Elliot Adrian's personality and work often finds its focus in what it means to be human. He is a lover, pursuer, and builder of deep connections to nature, social movements, and people. As a filmmaker, he has written and directed narrative, commercial, and editorial that reflect his values.
Lamar+Nik Lamar+Nik are a design oriented director duo. They maintain a strange European popularity that even they can’t explain. From melting down sets made of ice, one-takes, handmade props, and practical effects, it’s hard to pin them down.
Liam IsaCool Liam Kaczmar is a multifaceted filmmaker and artist. He uses film to transcend reality by putting his audiences into better worlds through the use of art direction, color, and humor. Just like you, Liam is a vibration in the cosmic rhythm of the Universe and is riding on a wave of perceived reality.
Chuck Willis Chuck Willis cares about light, beauty, texture, balance, pattern, and movement. His music videos for artists like Sebell, Jaymes Young, LP, & Hayley Williams have millions of views. His approach to film-craft is rooted in aesthetic precision in art direction to create moving images that delight.
Rob Richert Rob is a not only a director, he is literally a film professor and graduate of Columbia University. We call him Dr. Film. Rob’s work has screened at places like the Palm Springs and Telluride Film Festivals. His study of the moving image informs how he approaches film-craft and story development from the long and diverse lens of cinematic history.
Izzy Acar Starting his career as a Supervising Digital Artist at George Lucas’ Industrial Light & Magic, Izzy quickly became a director bringing to life his own animations that are hilarious, charming, beautiful, and moving.
Brandon Tauszik Brandon's work as a filmmaker is informed by his work as a visual artist. His video GIF-based project Tapered Throne was celebrated as the best use of the medium in 2016. He works globally as a director, often capturing the stark contrast of humanity; both its light, but almost as often, its darkness.