João is a Brazilian-American director and producer born in Chicago and a graduate of Wesleyan University’s College of Film and the Moving Image, where he received honors for his film Galinha.
João has worked in Paris on Gabe Klinger’s Porto as a post-production assistant and in Jerusalem as an assistant to director Avi Nesher on his upcoming film The Pilgrim. João’s favorite films include Chungking Express and Young Girls of Rochefort.
Noah is a director and cinematographer raised in the woodlands of Western Massachusetts and currently living in New York. He graduated in 2018 from Wesleyan University’s College of Film and the Moving Image with a second major in computer science that he is putting to good use in with a career in the film industry.
Most recently he wrote and directed the short film What Remains which received the Steven J. Ross Award for best undergraduate film and high honors from Wesleyan. He was also the Director of Photography on the short film Moving Day which received honors and the award for best screenplay from Wesleyan.
Jack is a freelance photographer/cinematographer based in Brooklyn, NY with a diverse range of skills including screenwriting, fashion photography, and graphic design. He currently creates content for companies like Brevite and Dimanche CREATIVE.
He’s written two television pilots and a feature screenplay that received honors recognition from Wesleyan University. That same year he was Director of Photography for Noah and João on their short films, Galinha and What Remains.
With a background in film photography and a passion for narrative, Jack strives to create frames that convey their own story.