Cole Payne (Downloading Nancy, Errors Of The Human Body, Casual Encounters) launched his own film production, distribution, and talent management company Traverse Media in 2013. He recently premiered their most recent film, AntiBirth, at Sundance 2016 co-producing it with Traverse Media partner Roger Mayer.
Meera Menon's feature directorial debut, Farah Goes Bang, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival; as the film's co-writer/director, Meera was awarded the inaugural Nora Ephron Prize for a groundbreaking woman filmmaker by Tribeca and Vogue. Her second feature, Equity, premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics.
Nathan Ruyle (It Felt Like Love, This Is Martin Bonner) is the founder and principle designer, supervising sound editor, and re-recording mixer at This is Sound Design. He has an MFA in Sound and New Media Design from California Institute of the Arts, where he is currently an adjunct professor in the School of Film/Video and Center for Integrated Media.
Andrew Somers has over 30 years of experience in production and post production, with major television and feature film credits ranging from film editing, color grading, and visual effects supervision to sound design, mixing and editing (for which he received three Emmy awards.). He is presently the VFX and Title Supervisor for General Titles, a Hollywood-based title design and visual effects studio.
Amit Davé is Director of DI Operations at Light Iron, where he uses his strong background in problem-solving and business intelligence to oversee the Digital Intermediate team. Amit ensures smooth handoffs between the many post production artists and technicians working on each client project - such as Baskets, Ride Along 2, and Pride & Prejudice & Zombies.
Nami Melumad is an LA-based film composer and music producer whose credits include films, video games, commercials, and theatre. Naama's documentaries have screened worldwide, claiming multiple international awards. Naama has also worked as a symphonic arranger and her works were performed by the Revolution Orchestra, Be'er Sheva Orchestra and Haifa Symphony orchestra (Israel).