Daniel is a Director/Writer/and Director of Photography with more than 18 years of notable credits. His accomplishments include writing and directing the short film, Memories of a Failed youth, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival's Short Film Corner, and his camera work for many major networks including Discovery Channel, TLC, MTV and many more.
Daniel's filmmaking inspiration comes from an unorthodox childhood in Miami Florida, where an economy influxed by cocaine made a film worthy war zone that set the mood for many stories to tell.
Kevin Sharpley’s range of work includes film, television, documentary, commercial, music video, multimedia and video production. He has produced and directed projects including the documentary Sove Nou narrated by Danny Glover and Download for Good for the David Lynch Foundation, wrote, produced and directed the multi-platform project “The Beach Chronicles”, which features Tommy Flanagan, Michael Chiklis and Daryl Hannah and debuted as an official selection of the Miami International Film Festival.
Other documentary projects include Red Ribbon, White Party”- a documentary about the largest AIDS fundraiser in Florida and the documentary in progress Purvis Young, Young Purvis selected for the Sundance/Knight Miami story development workshop. "Purvis Young, Young Purvis" is currently under development. Mr. Sharpley was asked to write an article about the experience by the Sundance Institute (www.sundance.org/ blogs/from-the-labs/ ask-yourself-these-question s-when-developing-your-documentary).
Kevin Sharpley holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami with a dual major in motion pictures and psychology in addition to an Associates of Arts degree from Miami Dade College. He was inducted into the Miami Dade College Alumni Hall of Fame in 2014. He is President and CEO of Kijik Multimedia, a full-service production company with specialties in integrated, branded and convergent media.
Gianfranco Bianchi is a visual artist specializing in still and animated storytelling. He started his first company "Rolling Square Productions" to work in architectural visualizations, web design and motion graphics. Since then he's been focusing on art installations, illustrations, video projections, photography, filmmaking and VFX under his new alias "Graphographics." His work has taken him around the globe mainly working in Tokyo, Switzerland, Atlanta and Miami with 2 of his shorts making it in various film festivals and partnering with the David Lynch Foundation. He is also a published photojournalist for Adventure Bike Rider and has had many of his fashion editorials published on various online platforms.
His latest ventures have given him a new focus on traditional 2d animations and the various ways that they can be combined with modern tech.
Storyboard Artist/Concept Art
Scott has managed an impressive list of names and alter egos throughout his career, though he is best known for his absurdly gifted artistic talent & being a somewhat tall white guy from Miami. Over the past 2 decades his work has been featured on many legal & illegal walls, has had paintings exhibited in galleries across the country & has had his body of work subsequently nearly completely obliterated in a house fire. Current projects include cultivating a budding local artist collective, freelance illustration & creative consulting and various legit street art projects in and around Miami.
Sound Design and Mix
Joel Someillan is a Grammy-winning, Emmy-nominated music producer, songwriter, and post-audio engineer. Over the last 25 years he has worked with the top Latin artists in the industry; Gloria Estefan, Jon Secada, Thalia, Chayanne, Obie Bermudez, Carlos Ponce, etc...and designed sound for prime-time television shows such as Nickelodeon’s “I Am Frankie” series and scored original music for numerous indie films including HBO’s “The Acting Lesson” and 2016’s Horror/Comedy “Attack of the Killer Donuts” out on Prime Video now.
He is currently directing the first-ever Spanish audio books of the Harry Potter series for Audible by Amazon and sound designing the film “Death of a Fool” for Rabbit Hole Pictures.
For over 15 years Enrique Shogun Diaz has been involved in the music and cinema industry as a sound engineer, song writer, director, and film maker. Recent work includes directing the music video, "Zombies Ate My Neighbor" and producing the album, "Kite Crusifix Beyond, Valium 1". Enrique also shares many notable credits wearing various hats for major TV shows aired nation wide.
Mauricio has been performing live improv comedy in front of an audience in nyc for more than a decade. His voice has been used in an array of indy films, and notably in GTA: Liberty City Stories. He dabbles in music, comedy, and drama, and is also a seasoned street artist.