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Tim French

Artist bio Born in NYC, Tim moved from Brooklyn to Santa Fe New Mexico at the age of two. He developed a passion for storytelling starting in elementary school and his favorite subject was always English. While writing was Tim’s true love, reading wasn’t. When Tim was in the third grade he was diagnosed with […]

Jim Picariello

Artist bio Jim’s a screenwriter/filmmaker who is trying to break into the industry from rural, coastal Maine. It’s a surefire plan! He is a 2018 Stowe Story Labs alum. His dark romantic comedy screenplay, The Cult of Us, was a Quarter-Finalist in the Nicholl Fellowship, his short script, Ninja Chiropractor, was a Semifinalist in the […]

Damon O’Steen

Artist bio A graduate from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, the Texas-born filmmaker has directed three feature films, including the apocalyptic thriller DEADLAND, starring Brian Tee (CHICAGO MED), winning best picture and director awards on the film festival circuit. He spent five years directing marketing content for Relativity Media, working with […]

Jonathan London

Artist bio Born in Austin, TX, Jonathan (or as his mother still calls him: “Juanito”) has been writing and directing professionally for over a decade. His extensive music video and commercial credits include popular international acts such as Reel Big Fish, Reggie and the Full Effect, Coca Cola, Johnson & Johnson and Nickelodeon. In 2004, […]

Kiki Tsakalakis

Artist bio Kiki Tsakalakis, writer & director, earned a Film Production Certificate from The New School, having a background in graphic design and writing. In 2019 was accepted into the Yale Writer’s Workshop, where she focused on her novel. Kiki worked in New York City as a graphic designer, holding positions at Time Inc. Publishing […]

Cameron Logan

Artist bio Cameron Logan was born and raised in Augusta, GA and currently lives in Aiken, SC. He has directed multiple award-winning short films including ‘Teddy’s Party’ and ‘Bryn Gets a Job’. He recently completed his first feature film, ‘Bryn Gets a Life’, an 80’s comedy about family, friendship, and the search for a missing, […]

David Donar

Artist bio My art career spans different venues, industry, and medium. I started out as a political cartoonist in college. I professionally drew for daily and weekly newspapers in the early 1990’s until I discovered the technology to pursue my satire into the animation realm. I moved to the west coast to pursue my animation […]

Max Rogoff

Artist statement The story of Elise stems from my background and my experience with the holiday season. As a Jewish person, the holiday season has been long filled with Christmas spirit. Though the term “Happy Holidays” has been a popular substitute for most businesses, there’s no doubt that come the month of December, Christmas is […]

Cameron Thuman

Cameron is a Park City raised, Los Angeles-based filmmaker. Growing up creating videos for professional skiers, Cameron fell in love crafting each project towards an athlete’s unique personality. Built upon the values of tonality, style, and aesthetic, his filmmaking staple is to craft a nuanced cinematic representation for every individual and product he captures.
Cameron’s latest film Iron Head, sponsored by Panavision, was most recently nominated for the Young Director Award, associated with the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Cameron has directed talent like Ally Ioannides (Into the Badlands), Magnus Walker (Porsche collector), and Valentin Chmerkovskiy (Dancing with the Stars). His work has been featured on Porsche Newsroom, Entertainment Tonight, and Automobile Magazine.

Jordan-Paige Sudduth

Artist bio Jordan-Paige Sudduth is a young and ambitious creative who always turns to the arts when the real world gets boring. In high school, she often wondered how she’d react if crazy scenarios took place. Like, how would her classmates react if a zombie apocalypse started in the middle of algebra? Despite her daydreaming, […]