Logan McKennah Brown is an award-winning Director and Cinematographer. Her work has been female and LGBTQ+ focused. She aspires to create change with her films through representation. Logan’s work has been shown at various film festivals – including Virginia Film Festival and Washington West Film Festival.
Mackenzie Pendry is an up-and-coming Producer who has worked in production for Eye Productions (CBS), Firecracker Films (TLC), and Punched in the Head Productions (MTV), and with events such as the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song honoring Smokey Robinson, and the 2016 National Christmas Tree Lighting. She was the production manager for Filmsters Academy in 2016. Mackenzie was raised in Annapolis, Maryland, but born in Florida where her first amateur gig was portraying Baby Jesus in a Disney World Christmas parade.
Jordon Jones is an award-winning Producer and Director. She has produced and directed short narrative and documentary films, music videos, and web series while in the Film and Video Studies program at George Mason University. Jordon’s work has shown at various film festivals including Tampa International LGBT Film Festival and Virginia Film Festival.
James Mahon is a soon-to-be graduate of George Mason University’s Film Program, with a focus in cinematography. His work as the Director of Photography of Bunsó (2017) won the film a “Best Cinematography” award at George Mason’s 2017 Spring film festival. He often says that he likes his eggs like he likes his cameras, “Sony Side Up.
Camille Brayshaw is a freshman at GMU pursuing a FAVS major. Her main areas of interest in film are production design and video editing.
Khaya Fraites is a junior theatre major at George Mason University with a concentration in performance. She is also a member of the Iota chapter of the professional, cinematic arts fraternity Delta Kappa Alpha. Khaya has worked on a number of student films doing costumes, makeup, and acting. She currently works as a Teaching Artist for Acting For Young People.
Wyatt Unger is an actor/acting coach that has worked with actors of all ages for over a decade and has been recognized countless times for his work in the craft. His method acting training from Robert Smith, and Denny Myers has helped him to work on multiple award-winning films such as the major motion picture Bird Man, Alonzo Florence: Pet Whisperer, and The Pioneers of Fear. He has done acting coaching for both nominees and winners of “Best Actor” and was even published for his work in improvisation in the book “Serious Fun.” Wyatt combines his love for teaching and acting to create truly honest, memorable performances on stage, commercials, film, and voice-overs.
Maya Elby is an up-and-coming film editor who has worked on numerous projects within the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia area. In addition to editing, she has experience with script supervision and art direction. She is currently a high school junior and she hopes to be accepted into a good college.
Alessandro Gaiarin has been sound designing for nearly a decade. He has worked on numerous theatrical performances in the DC/NOVA area, as well as Mason Players productions. Credits include: Dark Times At Grimesville High (Sound design, stage Management), Who F*cking Cares? (Technical Director, Sound Design), The Threepenny Opera (Sound Design and Engineering), and Middletown (Sound Design). Film credits include foley artist for Joe Paquette’s, Skinner. This is his first time sound designing a film, and he couldn’t be happier about it. He studies theatrical design and tech at George Mason University.