COURTNEY ECK, DIRECTOR
Courtney Eck is the co-owner and creative director for Two Penguins, a creative production agency with offices in New York City, Portland, and Chicago. Courtney was also the co-writer and producer of the award-winning and Webby-honored short film “A House, A Home”, which has been accepted into 90+ film festivals including SXSW and Raindance, garnering 30+ wins. She served as a co-writer and producer on the award-winning short film Denmark, which has accumulated more than 350,000 web views and has been featured in 36 film festivals worldwide while garnering 6 wins including “Best Music Video” award. She has worked as a writer and creative director for two GQ Magazine stories series, and is in pre-production as writer and co-director for a six-part mini-doc series for the New York Times' T Magazine.
JORDAN FIRSTMAN, DIRECTOR
Jordan Firstman is a Los Angeles-based writer and director. Jordan worked as a staff writer and actor on TBS' Search Party, and wrote, directed, and acted in the short film The Disgustings (2014) as well as the comedy short Sold (2015). He recently wrote, directed, and acted in 2016's Call Your Father, currently in post-production.
JAMES STRAYER, PRODUCER
James Strayer began his career as assistant to Gus Van Sant, before moving on to become co-owner and head producer at the creative production agency Two Penguins. James was co-producer on the award-winning “A House, A Home”, which has won 30+ awards in 90+ film festivals, including SXSW and Raindance. James has also worked as a producer for clients such as New York Times, GQ Magazine, and Time Magazine.