Station26 is a team of filmmakers dedicated to creating imaginative, independent film. Our team’s respective work ranges from indie features and shorts, music videos, commercials and Off-Broadway Theater.
The cohort grows with each new project, but Station26 was founded by:
Born in Miami to Vietnamese immigrants, Phillip was raised by his parents to be kind to everyone and to always ask questions. Always willing to jump into any department in service of the director’s vision, he continues to feel privileged to be a part of the world of storytelling. He started off in production as a one-man band following journalists as they covered SXSW, Bonnaroo and CMJ, and has gone on to produce videos for CBS, TIME Inc., Maxim, VH1, and Audible. As a Unit Production Manager, he’s also produced multiple short and feature-length films. Along with freelancing and producing with Station26, he is also a post-production supervisor at Droga 5.
Clea is a writer, performer and producer based in NYC and Los Angeles. She’s performed and created work Off-Broadway, regionally and in the downtown theater scene. As a writer, she’s drawn to narratives that explore the bonds of friendship, the effects of grief, and questions of desire. As an actor and producer, she’s eager to bring stories to life that flip us on our backs (ideally with humor) and make us question our value systems. www.cleadecrane.com
Brendan Swift is a veteran of the camera department working as a freelancer in New York City and across the country. He’s had the pleasure of directing the photography on numerous short films and series. As a member of ICG Local 600 he works as a Camera Operator and First Assistant Camera with credits including Showtime’s The Desus and Mero Show and the upcoming feature Kingfish starring Molly Ringwald. To check out his work and contact him directly please head to www.brendan-swift.com