Eamon Downey has produced several advanced level productions for film and television at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Most recently, Eamon’s original television pilot Spin was one of two selected for production at NYU and is entering the festival circuit. He’s additionally produced music videos for Dead Panda Comedy and regional singer Amy Allen. During his time at NYU, Eamon has interned with The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Emmy Award winning Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and with multiple Emmy and Academy award winning HBO Documentary Films.
Stephen Scott Scarpulla began his professional career as a young actor, most notably in the Broadway productions of Les Miserables, Oklahoma, Gypsy and A Christmas Carol. Graduating valedictorian from The Professional Performing Arts High School, Stephen went on to attend NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he wrote and directed several award-winning short films including his intermediate narrative “Reaction,” which screened at the Chicago International Film Festival. His thesis film, “How It Is,” was the NYU's sole nominee for the prestigious Princess Grace Award and was the recipient of the Malcolm Ross Memorial Film Production Award. At Other|Side he's written and directed major music videos, commercials and other short form content. His most recent feature, A New High, which he co-directed and edited, premiered at the Los Angeles International Film Festival and went on to play festivals large and small throughout the country. With two new documentary features currently in post production, he's excited about expanding into more narrative based material.
Sam Miron started making documentaries while studying abroad in New York University’s Tisch Havana, Cuba program. Since then he has directed and produced many films including science documentary Oldfish, which was funded by a National Science Foundation grant. Sam has worked for Academy Award winning producer, Fisher Stevens, (The Cove), SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner, Jay Bulger (Beware of Ginger Baker), and BBC America in the Motion Gallery Department.