Amy Scatliff is a filmmaker and artist based in Mt. Berry, Georgia, USA. As an early-career director and cinematographer, she has created two short biographical documentaries on good friends with engaging stories.
Currently, Amy is in post-production for a short pilot film for a web series she wrote and directed in Finland, Adult Life Lab, about a group of co-workers who create inventions to solve their 'adulting' challenges.
Director, Cinematographer, Producer
Aaron Michael always had a passion for fashion, which was nourished by his grandparents who raised him after the loss of his mother. He started by designing for drag queens, regional theater actors, and Rupaul's Drag Race contestants. His unique style caught the attention of pageant winners, and he soon began designing for them as well. In 2017, Aaron launched his first label, Aaron Michael. The following year he opened the Aaron Michael Costume Shoppe. These two labels are his primary focus, and he continues producing unique and stylish designs.
Aaron appeared on Season 19 of Project Runway.
Miles Painter is a graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism graduate program with a background in post-production and documentary filmmaking. He has worked on feature films and Emmy-award-winning television content. Miles has edited numerous documentary projects, including, Not in My Lifetime, a documentary exploring the institution of marriage, and the after-effects of marriage equality legislation on community activists, artists, and politicians.
Sinjin Thomas is a filmmaker, editor and instructor based in Oregon. Sinjin also contributes his time to filming with New Hope Grief Support Community, an organization dedicated to helping bereaved children and families find hope and healing through connection and support.