Born in Miami to Vietnamese immigrants, Phillip was raised by his parents to be kind to everyone and to always ask questions. Phillip just wrapped his first feature as Unit Production Manager in 2017 on the feature 'Kingfish.' Always willing to jump into any department at 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 he has gone on to produce videos for CBS, TIME Inc., Maxim, VH1, and Audible.
is a seven year veteran of the camera department working as a freelancer in NYC and across the country. His Director of Photography credits include a long and varied list of online series, short films, music videos, and the documentary 'Big Bad Art.' He works as a commercial Camera Operator and First Assistant Camera with credits including the upcoming feature Kingfish, BET late-night talk show The Rundown with Robin Thede, as well as innumerable product and political advertisements.
Andy Do is an actor and writer based in NYC. Tired of auditioning for roles that often pigeon-holed Andy into a certain type, he founded So La Do Productions as a creative outlet for him and his friends to tell the stories he wanted to tell. He's currently in pre-production for Searching for the None, a short comedic film he wrote and will star in.
Often wearing multiple hats as producer, writer and actor, Clea's ultimate goal is to create engaging work that wrestles with the prismatic nature of human relationships, the parts of ourselves we hide from most, and who we are because or in spite of the environment around us. She has produced multiple narrative short films, acted and assisted theater at The Brick, Rattlestick, EST, The Pearl, Primary Stages, The Flea, The Lark, and more. www.cleadecrane.com
is a Founding Member of The Nola Project, a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, a current Time Warner Producing Fellow at Women’s Project Theatre, and Producing Director and Co-Founder of Lesser America, which recently wrapped an inaugural company residency at Cherry Lane Theatre. Ramadei also currently serves as the Director of Creative Development for the American Playwriting Foundation. A graduate of Denver School of the Arts and NYU, Tisch, she's performed and worked behind the scenes at The Public, HERE Arts Center, Theater 80, EST, Rattlestick, Fault Line, The Barrow Group, and with LAByrinth, among others. She is currently one of two lead producers on Station26's production of Bitter Greens at 59e59.
Jean Louis Droulers was born in Venezuela, raised in Miami and has now crash landed in Brooklyn. He is an actor, director, editor, illustrator and rapper -- now gaining headway with his band Cook Thugless. You can check out his expansive ouvre of visual work, films, and music videos here: http://cargocollective.com/jldroulers and listen to his music at