About the artists
Tracy Ofosuhene (pictured left)
Born and raised in Northern Virginia, Tracy had a strong affinity towards film and television at an early age, hoping to one day pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Tracy's first hands on experience was working on her high school's news show, Stallion Spotlight as the show's very first producer. After high school, Tracy attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts completing a B.F.A in Film and TV with a minor in Producing from Tisch and a minor in Business Entertainment, Media, and Technology from Stern's School of Business.
While at NYU, Tracy interned at BBC, Lionsgate, MTV, and ABC, served on the committee of the 2012 Fusion Film Festival, and produced several short films and student television projects including Other-side Picture's Spin, which received an honorable mention at NYU's First Run Film Festival 2013. After graduating from NYU, Tracy moved to Los Angeles and worked as a production assistant on various television shows. From there she went on to work for a prestigious agent at Skouras and GERSH.
She now works for at a great production company while writing and producing projects with her creative partner, Carissa Pinckney.
Carissa Pinckney (pictured right)...
Bethany Koulias graduated Magnum Cum Laude from the University of California, Irvine with a BA in Drama. Since then, she has produced and starred in over a dozen independent films, pilots, webseries, and stage productions.
Timothy Guion Smith is an outer borough NYC native. Timothy created, produced and starred in [Un]afraid. an upcoming original series. He's in preproduction for his upcoming short Mahal Ko--which he's writing, directing and starring in. Previous NYC stage credits: Staged readings of Amazing Grace: The Musical, which recently bowed on Broadway. "Bridge Over Troubled Water" soloist in Nora York's Tried and True at Joe's Pub (music direction by Emmy Award-winning and Tony Awards composer Jamie Lawrence). After falling in love with Downton Abbey and The Walking Dead and auditioning for the lead role in a studio feature film (of the young adult Sci Fi dystopian ilk) and several series regular roles for network and cable tv pilots, Timothy became enamored with film/tv and moved to LA. He holds a BFA in Drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. www.TimothyGuionSmith.Biz
Evan Haigh is a filmmaker from Los Angeles. Some of the projects he has worked on are the feature film 13 Cameras, the Sundance Award winning short Thunder Road, and the music video Classic Male Pregame by Lil Dicky. While not working on various film projects, Evan has helped work on various web series and directed several of them. Having grown-up in Los Angeles, Evan has been interested in film since he was a teenager. After moving to the east coast when he was 15, he eventually went to NYU, where he majored in film and wrote and directed several short films. After graduation he has worked on a number of projects, and has continued to be part of the independent film community in Los Angeles.
Eric Durham originally hails from southern Arizona where he was trained as a professional archaeologist before chasing excitement as a live stunt performer in cowboy and rodeo shows. He moved to LA in 2012 to pursue a film career and has since worked as crew on various independent and commercial productions. He was recently given the opportunity to serve as Executive Director for a startup online entertainment hub, TheGrandGeekGathering.com where he oversees and manages all facets of video production from concept to post production. He also served as a producer and writer on independent projects Hoppiness and Rise of the New Order.
Doulos is a Chinese-American filmmaker who was born in Hong Kong but grew up in the great state of Texas. His love for film first blossomed when he accidentally stumbled into a film intro course his freshmen year at the University of Texas at Austin. After graduating, he has since moved to Los Angeles and started pursuing work in the industry. To date, he has directed multiple music videos and commercials and currently has a short film competing in the festival circuits. Doulos enjoys playing basketball, football, and snowboarding in his free time.
Naleeka "Nelly" Dennis is a Long Island, NY native and recent California transplant. She graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Film and Television production. She is a current MFA Screenwriting student at Chapman University. Naleeka freelances as a Production Sound Mixer and dreams of becoming a screenwriter for film & television.