• Luke Asa Guidiciwriter/director

    Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Luke studied cinema at San Francisco State University. After moving to Los Angeles, he’s worked as an extra, grip, editor, falconer, writer and director. For this film he drew upon his love of Calvin & Hobbes, his fascination with monsters, and a life long fear of creepy basements.
  • John Wynnproducer/vfx superivsor

    John’s road to filmmaking started at medical school in Virginia. But a trip to LA, helped him realize his passion lay in entertainment. After several years in front of the camera, he moved to producing & directing. Recently, his short “The Passing” was a finalist in the YouTube/Legendary Pictures competition.
  • Nico van den Bergdirector of photography

    Born and raised in Baltimore, Nico traded coasts to study filmmaking at the Art Institute of California – San Francisco. He turned his passion from videoing friends skateboarding to being a cinematographer for short and feature length films. Nico still sprints up the basement stairs in fear of whatever childhood creatures lurk in the shadows.
  • Nathaniel Smithcomposer

    After growing up in Madison, WI – Nathaniel moved to Chicago to pursue DJing and obtain a master’s degree in music composition. His work has screened at film festivals around the world and on MTV, CBS, and ABC. Recently, he’s been seen outside movie studios with a sign reading “will compose for food.”
  • Pike FXVFX

    The creators of the monster vfx, PIKE FX is a high-end animation & visual effects boutique located in Studio City specializing in Visual Effects, CGI, 2D Animation, Motion Graphics, and Compositing. They strive for the highest quality of work in a relaxed, creative environment.