Heyok is from South Korea. She received her B.A in Directing from Seoul Arts University, and a graduate degree in Media Storytelling, which focused on both directing and scriptwriting, from Chung-Ang University. As director, her short films are 'White Sneakers on Her' and 'Handmade.' She is also a producer at MBC, one of the biggest broadcasters in Korea. Her credits include 'Idol TV,' 'Lucky Box,' 'Romance of the Week 4,' and 'Beauty Crush'.
Da Young is from South Korea. She received her master's degree in producing at Chung-Ang University. She is currently getting her Ph.D. in multimedia producing at Dongkuk University. She is also a producer at Rookiest Entertainment, which is one of the top production companies in Korea. She produced the web series 'Sweet Tips for Life,' 'Written as Love,' and 'Advertising.' She was also a colorist for the short films 'Super Power' and 'Business Trip.'
Director of Photography in NewYork
Sam Chung is a filmmaker born in Seoul and raised in Los Angeles, CA. He began his career at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and began working as a freelance photographer. He transitioned to become a producer at Huge Studio, where he worked for four years creating digital content. Sam now works as a freelance producer so he can pursue filmmaking on a more regular basis. Sam lives and works in Brooklyn with his wife, Grace.
Chriz Naing's upbringing and education in Burma, Australia and America have shaped him into a multicultural artist. He is always drawn to tell stories that connect people regardless of their backgrounds. He graduated from New York University Film & TV in 2014. His first film Zayar won Best Student Film at the 2016 Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival and had successful premieres at Oscar-qualifying festivals such as Hollyshorts Film Festival and Cinequest Film & VR Festival. His recent work as a film editor and a cinematographer has been screened at Student Academy Awards, Tribeca Film Festival, LA Shorts Fest, Austin Film Festival, Edmonton International Film Festival and Santa Barbara International Film Festival, among many others.
Minjoung is originally from Korea and received her MFA from NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, where she was also a recipient of the Tisch Achievement Scholarship. She wrote the music for The Fantastic Musical Adventure of Kira Starcloud, and Let Her Kick with Brandon Michael Lowden, The Secret with Younga Kim and Self-Portrait, Six Month Club, and Mother Mom with Andrew Lim. She is currently working as a composer and music director in New York and South Korea.