Who we are


Who we are

Our team draws from years of experience working on features, television and commercial films. We bring the same level of expertise and craftsmanship to each of our projects large or small. Some of our recent credits include work on features such as Steve Jobs, directed by Danny Boyle and The Conspirator, directed by Robert Redford, as well as blockbusters like San Andreas, Chasing Mavericks, and indie films like the upcoming Dirt, Howl and Big Sur. 

Some of our commercial projects include work for clients like Chrysler, Toyota, Dove Soap, Jack in the Box, google, Skype, Evernote and others.


Will Weprin

Will Weprin is an IATSE LOCAL 600 cinematographer and director with experience on big and small features as well as high profile commercials and short films. Will is a big cinephile and lover of the art and craft of filmmaking and films from all over the world including films by Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni, Wim Wenders and Terrence Malick.

In his work, he draws strong inspiration from master filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for his epic style and perfection on a grand scale; Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai for his romantic visual style; and American auteur Francis Coppola for his strong, character driven storytelling.


Tien Pham

Tien Pham is a producer, actor and founding partner. 


Nilgun Bayraktar is an actor, director, and film scholar specializing on European cinema and character acting. She received her PhD in Theater, Dance and Performance Studies at UC Berkeley, where she directed and acted in several plays. Bayraktar also studied acting at the acclaimed Studio Players conservatory in Istanbul as well as at the School of Theater at Berkeley Rep, working with theater and film professionals in San Francisco and Bay Area. Currently, she is an assistant professor in the Film & Visual Studies Program at California College of the Arts, teaching a variety of courses on cinema. She enjoys working with actors and directors from diverse backgrounds who appreciate the art of character-focused acting and cinematic storytelling.


Nancy Robinette

Nancy Robinette is an actor and teacher who has made her career mostly in the Washington D.C. area for over 30 years.  She most recently appeared on Broadway in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, and is currently playing in Three Sisters/No Sisters at the Studio Theatre in Washington.  She is an Affiliated Artist with the Shakespeare Theater there, and is teaching Contemporary Scene Study and a course in Comedy.  She has also taught acting at the Signature Theatre in Virginia, the Woolly Mammoth in DC; and George Mason University in Virginia.  Favorite recent roles include Ann in Well and Bessie in Ah Wilderness! at the Arena Stage, Nancy in Frozen and Florence Foster Jenkins in Souvenir at the Studio, Mrs. Malaprop in The Rivals at the Shakespeare Theatre (Helen Hayes award), Maria in Twelfth Night at the McCarter; and Winnie in Happy Days for Scena Theatre, with whom she toured Stakeout at Godot’s in the former Yugoslavia and Italy.  Nancy appeared at the Old Globe in The Savannah Disputation.