BRIAN CHIN (Editor)
Brian is the rare breed who understands the 0s and 1s behind the screen and knows how to make beautiful pictures on it. He’s sorta like a modern-day da Vinci—which makes sense considering the year he spent studying in Italy while a film student at Brown. Brian’s time abroad also led to an appreciation of the finer things in life: espresso, Ducati, and Lil’ Wayne.
Brian makes up one-third of the core crew of p3 (Portland Post / Production), a full-service video content studio that turns raw elements into inspiring and engaging brand stories. p3 writes, directs, shoots, edits, and, as the only Autodesk Smoke facility in Northern New England, can also throw down some nasty titling, coloring, and graphics.
AM ZICK (Sound Designer / Sound Editor / Foley Artist)
Born and raised in Cleveland, OH, Aaron began studying piano at the age of ten, enrolling in St. George's School in Middletown, RI, for high school, where he expanded his musical interests to playing drums and percussion, performing in the school's annual musical, singing in the choir, and studying organ. Aaron matriculated to Brown University in 2007 and continued his organ studies over the course of freshman year, but slowly and painfully realized his temperament wasn't suited for taming such a powerful instrument. He turned to composition and electronic music as an outlet for his frustrations while continuing to play percussion in bands. During his last year at Brown, he focused his attention on sound design, working on one play and two short films. Upon graduation (that very day) he flew to Berlin for six weeks to study composition with Samuel Adler. Upon return, he was torn about whether to pursue further study in music or sound design, his two passions. He decided to attend Vancouver Film School's Sound Design program, graduated in December 2012, and is relieved to say that he absolutely made the right decision! Since attending VFS he cofounded Good Baby Films, a loose film collective committed to producing character-driven, visually daring, and narratively nuanced films. He moved to Manhattan… okay, Brooklyn… well… New Jersey, and is seeking work in the sound and music for visual media realm. http://www.amzick.com/
JOSH WALLACE (Sound Mixer / Boom Operator)
Josh Wallace is a senior theatre concentrator at Brown this year. He has acted in over half a dozen plays and nearly 20 short films while on campus. In his free time, he takes singing lessons and trains with the Brown Aerial Arts Society. After graduating in the spring, Josh will relocate to Los Angeles. joshwallace.org
BECKY BASS (Art Director / Property Master / PA)
Actress, Musician, Vocalist. Tour: Yermedea (directed by Kym Moore). Stage credits: Pippin (Berthe), Aida (Aida), Into the Woods (Witch), A Perfect Wedding (Ariel), June’s Blood (Layla), The Bluest Eye (Claudia). Trained at the London Dramatic Academy. Born and raised on the island of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. A soon-to-be 2013 graduate of Brown University with a Theatre Arts degree. Presently performs in two a cappella groups: Brown’s Tones and Shades of Brown. Also, in the process of recording her first vocal and steel pan album. www.linkedin.com/in/janettbass
SHRUTI PAREKH (Director of Photography)
Shruti Parekh is a freelance filmmaker, editor, and multimedia artist from Atlanta, currently living in Brooklyn, NY. For the past year she has been directing, shooting, and editing music videos for independent music artists, producing fashion pieces, and working on independent films and documentaries including Mira Nair's The Reluctant Fundamentalist and the award-winning indie film David. Her personal projects range from documentaries to animation to narrative shorts. Shruti graduated from Brown University in 2010 with a BA in Modern Culture and Media and focused on visual art, film production, and media theory. Her artistic interests cover a wide range, from drawing and painting to film, design, and new media. Her non-artistic interests cover an even wider range and are what inspire her to create art in the first place. http://cargocollective.com/shrutiparekh || http://www.vimeo.com/shruti
JARED BELLOT (Line Producer)
Jared Bellot is an actor, writer and educator from Brookline, MA (by way of Orlando, FL and St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.) currently living in Providence, RI. Jared recently graduated from Brown University where he received a B.A. in Theater Arts and American Studies. At Brown he worked on over 25 theatrical productions, filling a range of roles from actor to director to producer, and wrote his first full-length solo piece; When Icarus Fell, which he produced and performed in the spring of 2012. After graduating, Jared decided to take a brief break from performance and can currently be found teaching 8th grade English at a middle school in Fall River, MA.
KORAMA DANQUAH (First Assistant Camera / PA)
Korama Danquah is an actress who dabbles in writing and production. Originally from Los Angeles, CA, and finishing her bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts at Brown University, she hopes to move back to L.A. once she has her degree and write, act, and sing for a living. Catch her new cultural commentary blog, A Degree and a Laptop, and follow her on twitter @koramadrama.
JONATHAN KEY (Set & Press Photographer)
Jon Key is a senior at the Rhode Island School of Design where he will receive a BFA in Graphic Design. He thoroughly enjoys the act of making/designing books, poster design, photography, painting, theatrical light design, musically directing a capella and producing theater . He is interested in exploring the boundaries between typography, theater, theater performance, and music intertwined with personal narrative.
Website: http://www.jonathangkey.com/ || Email: email@example.com
Co-Producer: Liz Morgan
First Assistant Director: Helen Diagama
Script Advisors: Nick White & Liz Morgan
Costume/Wardrobe: Nick White & Liz Morgan
Music Supervision: Lauren Neal
Hype Team: Justinn Harris, José Samuel Clair, Ralanda Nelson, Anthony Urena