Jared Peraglia | Director, Producer, Editor
Jared Peraglia is a Student Academy Award-winning news and documentary professional born and raised in New York. His undergraduate thesis from New York University Tisch School of the Arts won a Student Academy Award in 2022. Jared's films have screened at Oscar-qualifying festivals across the country and received competitive artistic grants like the Alan Landsburg Documentary Fund. For his day job, Jared is an Executive Administrative Assistant at CNN in Program Development. Throughout college, he found his love for news and documentary by interning at leading unscripted companies such as Part2 Pictures, Ark Media, and McGee Media. Jared is a 2022 graduate from New York University Tisch School of the Arts, holding a B.F.A in film and journalism. He graduated Magna Cum Laude and was awarded the Excellence in Documentary Award.
Samantha L. Garcia | Producer
Samantha L. Garcia hails from the San Bernardino Valley as a two-time HSF Scholar. Garcia received a B.F.A in Film & Television with a double minor in Producing and Business of Entertainment, Media, & Technology from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. Throughout her college career, she found herself wrapped up in every aspect of film blooming in a camera house and following through to the cutting room floor. Concentrating on producing, she dedicates herself to telling stories with authentic and nuanced perspectives.
Nick Muhart | Associate Producer
Nick Muhart is an actor and creative based in New York City. Graduating from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, studying drama with the Stella Adler Studio, his goal is to generate work that is purposeful and inspiring. Growing up gay, he never saw himself fairly represented in movies and television. And because of this, Nick now aspires to work on projects that elevate all voices. He believes that artists need to understand all sides of the creative process. In addition to his drama background, Nick received a producing minor from NYU’s Kanbar Institute of Film and Television. Working as a producer, production assistant, and intern on multiple projects, he learned about what it takes to develop, produce, and distribute projects from the ground up. All these experiences continue to influence his journey as an actor and inform the choices he make on stage and the screen.
Deborah Shonack | Associate Producer
Deborah Shonack (they/she) is an up and coming filmmaker based in New York City and Los Angeles. They are a recent graduate from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, double majoring in Film and Television and Spanish. Primarily a writer and director, she greatly enjoys working as a producer and helping directors logistically bring their stories to life. Deborah is a Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar at NYU and is passionate about stories that center communities who’ve been underrepresented in film, especially Latine and queer communities.
Eliza Beltz | Director of Photography
Bio coming soon!
Aurélie Webb | Composer
Aurélie Webb is a British composer based in the UK and New York. In 2022 Aurélie completed work on her original score for the hit podcast What Happened In Skinner which has been nominated for the Best Indie Podcast award at The Ambies, the awards for excellence in audio. In 2022, the documentary Here To Stay, scored by Aurélie, was awarded a Student Academy Award. Following its Manhattan premiere in March 2019, Consonance, a collaboration with choreographer Chaery Moon with original score by Aurélie, was selected to be performed at the Dumbo Dance Festival, Brooklyn and at the Your Move Modern Dance Festival, New Jersey. The animated film Today We Are, scored by Aurélie, received Honourable Mention at the Fusion Film Festival and was a finalist at the New Visions and Voices Festival, ASIFA Festival and the Dublin International Film Festival. In September 2019 she was featured in the first composer spotlight feature in the Women Composers’ Forum (now Europe’s Alliance for Women Film Composers) newsletter. She is honoured to have been selected for the 2020 ASCAP Columbia University Film Scoring Workshop and the BMI Composing for the Screen Workshop. Her new track Life can be heard on Isolation Textures, the debut album by Sister X. Upcoming releases in 2022 include her orchestral piece Nova, recorded with the Trackdown Studios orchestra in Sydney, and her official original score for What Happened In Skinner. Aurélie is represented by Carolynne Wyper of SMA Talent.