Skye Borgman is an award winning filmmaker who shoots both narrative and documentary films. Skye was cinematographer on “Quiet Riot: Well Now You’re Here, There’s No Way Back," a documentary, currently airing on Showtime. Skye received the “Best Documentary” for "Junk Dreams," a feature documentary that she shot and directed. Other notable cinematography credits include: “Nothing Like Chocolate”, “Intervention” “Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary” and “The People of the Galapagos" and "Science for Monks." Skye is the co-owner of Top Knot Films, a boutique production company producing thought provoking and challenging films.
Emily Kincaid is an award-winning Actress and Producer living in Los Angeles. With a background in Fashion, Public Relations and Creative Direction, Emily is a freelance consultant for brands in the greater L.A area, strategically growing their businesses through innovative branding and marketing. She was featured in two music videos for the artists Massive Attack and Bob Dylan, both Directed by John Hillcoat. Proficient in comedy and improv, Emily was recently a recurring Guest Star on "Little Italy, Los Angeles," a series developed by Adaptive Studios. She is currently a consulting Producer on multiple films. Emily is represented theatrically by Industry Entertainment.
Find her on instagram @kingdomkincaid.
Stephanie Tobey is a Los Angeles based actress and producer. Producing credits include the feature horror/comedy, “Killer Party”, which has world-wide distribution and was the recipient of numerous awards, including Best Horror Feature, on the festival circuit. She also produced the short film “The Games” and co-produced the comedy web-series “Dog Park”. As an actress, Stephanie can be seen on the TBS hit series, “Cougar Town”, as well as in “Killer Party” and the haunting web-series “Prove It”. She also works with the LA County Sheriff’s Department, as an actress for their Homicide School and Interrogation Training Program.
James Cude is an award winning editor with over 15 years of experience and has edited projects in 3 different languages (English, Spanish and ASL). Feature credits include “No Ordinary Hero” starring Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin; “I Do”, "Undocumented," and the award-winning doc “Pageant." James received a 2015 Daytime Emmy nomination as lead editor for “Got Your 6” (MTV). Television projects include “Tornado Alley”(Weather Channel), “Reunion” (HBO), “Booze Traveler” (Travel), “Haunted Highway” (SyFy), “Auction Kings” (Discovery),“Crime 360” (A&E) and more! Outside of the edit bay, in 2008, James qualified for the U.S.A. National Deaf Team. He competed in the Deaflympics in Taiwan, and has the distinction of being the oldest American ever to compete in that sport at the Deaflympics.