Jay Espinal is a graduate of The art institute of philadelphia. A cinematographer and director who's work ranges from films, music videos, as well as promos and commercials. Jay's clients range from MTV2, Kurv Magazine, AOL, VH1 and Eone Ent, just to name a few. Most notably, Jay created the visuals for two of neo-soul singer/songwriter Eric Roberson's "Summer Time Anthem" and "Picture Perfect". Most recently his efforts as Dp and editor on the film Father’s Day premiered on Magic Johnson’s new network Aspire.
Derrick L. Savage is a graduate of Howard University school of Communications in Washington, DC and a graduate of the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, California.
Within the last 15 years he has written, produced, and directed a myriad of film shorts, and has participated in many projects that were well received in film festivals and networks around the world. He has worked in network television as a writer and associate producer, he has taught film to filmmakers in Nigeria, and has written, produced, and directed documentaries and music videos for Grammy award winning, and Grammy award nominated musicians.
He has traveled to and worked with filmmakers throughout the Caribbean, Asia, Africa, and Australia. In addition to personal projects, Derrick currently teaches film and television production at one of Philadelphia’s premiere creative and performing high schools. Also, in partnership with the Philadelphia school district Derrick has constructed a summer film program for inner city high school students that launched summer of 2012.