Director and Producer Karen Loew is a journalist and artist who has also worked as a preservationist in the East Village, not far from the beach, and made one other dance short, Intersection: Babel. See more about Karen here.
Co-Director and Director of Photography Andrew Guidone is a producer at NYCMedia with extensive experience in many kinds of video shooting, editing and production. A native New Yorker, he immerses himself in projects that celebrate NYC like this one. See more about Andrew here.
Co-Director of Photography and Video Editor Cory Antiel is a photographer, videographer, teaching artist, and actor. He shot and edited Karen’s previous film, Intersection: Babel and has been shooting weddings, events, branding, nature, and self-produced short films for over 15 years. His students’ films have been screened at film festivals across the country.
Dancer and Choreographer Megan Nordle is a professional choreographer and figure skating coach. She holds a BFA in Modern Dance Performance and Choreography from the University of The Arts, and has danced in several NYC stage productions. See more about Megan here.
Assistant Producer Juliet Larsen is a student at Barnard College majoring in English with a concentration in Film Studies and minoring in psychology. She is an intern at the nonprofit cinema Film Forum, and is interested in film production and film curation.
For their advice, funding, and more, we thank:
Erik Bottcher, Christine Carlson, Dan Efram, Joy Garland, Richard Garland, Andrea Haenggi, Matt Kohn, William Kornblum, Rebecca Kriegman, Julie Gayer Kris, Gabrielle Lansner, Kathleen Lawrence, Brian Loew, Gloria Loew, Murray Loew, Solar One, Sara Romanoski, and Steven Sanders.
And thank you to the 14th Street Y for hosting the film and exhibit display, and Ronit Muszkatblit, Anne Pollack, David Stallings, Joe Walker, and Kryssy Wright for making it happen.