Co-creator, Writer, Director and Executive Producer
Tracy Akua Agyeiwah Ofosuhene is a New York-based producer, writer, and director. Born and raised in Northern Virginia, she knew at an early age she wanted to pursue a career in the entertainment industry as she always had a strong affinity towards film and television. She received her B.F.A from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a major in Film and TV, a minor in Producing, and minor in Business Entertainment, Media, and Technology from Stern's School of Business.
While at NYU, Tracy worked at BBC, Lionsgate, MTV, ABC, served on the selection 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 to work at various entertainment companies, films and television shows. Films and tv shows include American Idol, East Los High, Spin, Next of Kin, Call to the Pen, Eighth Grade, and Creed II.
After moving back to New York in late 2017, Tracy has worked on Living With Strangers along with various other projects with other filmmakers and currently working on developing other projects with Carissa Pinckney.
Co-creator, Producer, and Writer
Carissa Lee Pinckney is an actor, writer and director armed with a B.F.A from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She began acting professionally in 2010 and has been casted in such productions as Aleshea Harris' "What to Send Up When It Goes Down" at Boston Court and at A.C.T in San Fransisco, and the opera "Iceland" at Ford Amphitheater She has also written, directed, and starred in her own one woman/one act show entitled "The Belt Titans" which highlighted her personal experiences growing up in North Carolina.
Costume Designer and Associate Producer
Christina was born in Kazakhstan and grew up in Germany. She moved to Los Angeles in September 2011 to study Fashion Design at The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising.
After graduating with an Associate of Arts & Merchandising degree in 2013, she started working in the wardrobe department on student films and quickly moved on to assisting costume designers on feature films and TV shows. Projects she has worked on include Interns, Kings of the Nerds, Summer of 8, Black Widows, Unafraid, Strings of Hope, and others.
In September 2014, she went back to school to pursue a business degree. Having graduated in August 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree, Christina now has her own business that offers sewing, pattern making, styling, and custom design creation services to the public and the entertainment industry. www.christinaviktorowna.com.
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.
Roland is a cinematographer based in New York City. His work has taken him to places such as the Philippines, Taiwan, and Scotland for shorts, music videos, and commercial spots.
Primarily focused in commercial and fashion films, he seeks to bring humanistic, narrative elements to his images.
Evan 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.
Make-up Artist and Hair Stylist
Molly is a NY based Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist. She was born and raised in upstate New York and dreamed of going to school in NYC, which came true when she attended Make-Up Designory to receive her professional makeup artistry certificate. While in school she realized that fashion and print was her favorite kind of work. She has worked with several top modeling agencies in NYC and looks to further enhance her skills as a makeup artist by working on a variety of film and television projects. You can keep up her latest work by visiting her website. www.mollyreedbeauty.com
Rebecca is a Latina director, writer, photographer, and assistant director who has been working in the film and theatre industry in Hollywood for the past several years. Her training includes the esteemed Meisner technique at the Elizabeth Mestnik Acting Studio, working with One Axe Plays and the Women's Center for Creative Work, and participating in monthly show at Upright Citizens Brigade's Sunset Inner Sanctum with the Women of Color Anonymous organization. www.rebeccaaranda.com
Victoria resides in Los Angeles and is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. Her love of international travel, diverse cultures, and the human connection inspired her to achieve her dreams of telling people's stories all over the world.
A graduate of Spelman College and DePaul University, Victoria's BA in Economics and MA in Broadcast Journalism helped her fortify and build a successful career in the entertainment industry. After finishing her graduate internship with CNN's Entertainment/Showbiz Tonight bureau in Hollywood, Victoria has continued her ever-evolving journey in the world of entertainment production.