Originally from Louisville, KY, Elizabeth Olin began her career co-starring in the 2011 Academy Award Winning Short Film “God of Love” (Dir. Luke Matheny). Since her move to Los Angeles, Elizabeth has appeared in major national commercials and is the new face of Garnier’s BB Cream campaign. Along with “Lay in Wait”, Elizabeth starred in the Robert De Niro, John Travolta feature film “Killing Season”, released in 2013.
Born and raised in suburban Washington, DC, Jonathan Ade began making movies at eight years old. Since that time, he began his commitment to creating uniquely-held cinematic narratives.
He attended Emerson College in Boston, where he earned his BFA in Film Production as well as a minor in Creative Writing. His senior thesis film, "Through and Away", premiered at the National Film Festival for Talented Youth in 2008, where it won the Jury Prize for Best Feature. It went on to numerous festivals all over the country. Additionally, in the field of comedy, Jonathan was the co-creator of the hit mashup trailer "Brokeback to the Future", now on view at the Museum of the Moving Image.
From 2010-2013, Jonathan wrote and directed a series of short films entitled "Meditations", in which each short focuses on a introspective moment of everyday life. The series has received numerous laurels from dozens of film festivals across the country.
His latest film, "Lay in Wait", starring Elizabeth Olin ("Killing Season", Academy Award-winning "God of Love") and Michael Stahl-David ("Cloverfield", "In Your Eyes") was completed in October of 2014 and will begin its festival run next year. The short is Executive Produced by Lucas Neff, star of Raising Hope on Fox.
In 2014, Jonathan was selected for Hub-Bub's Artist-in-Residence program in Spartanburg, SC. In 2015, he will attend Kimmel Harding Nelson's Residency Program in Nebraska City.
Award-winning cinematographer Alexander D. Paul’s love for all art has lead him to strive for innovative ways of expressing meaning within the proscenium of the motion picture. After leaving his hometown of New London, CT to study film at Emerson College, Alexander moved to Los Angeles to begin working as a union camera assistant on television shows, including, “My Name is Earl”, “Raising Hope” (FOX) and currently “American Horror Story” (FX).
He has worked under the guidance of cinematographers such as Walt Fraser, Jamie Thompson and Michael Goi, recent President of the American Society of Cinematographers. Under their leadership, Alexander has been exposed to a wide range of technique and skill, providing him with a full pallet that he uses to create imagery rich with meaning.
From commercial pursuits such as ad spots and music videos to experimental shorts and thoughtful narratives, Alexander has always approached his art form with both monastic discipline and comic touch.