CAMILO QUIROZ-VAZQUEZ was born in Los Angeles, California to two wonderful communist parents. At a young age Camilo was introduced to Boal’s Theater of the Oppressed and began creating theater for social change. Camilo followed his passion across the country to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts earing a BFA in Drama.  After being underemployed for a year and realizing that theater for social change was not going to pay anyone’s bills Camilo developed an interest in film for profit and if there’s time left over, for social change.  

ELLPETHA TSIVICOS is a Greek Cypriot.  Her name means

Hope and she recently graduated from New York University with

a degree in drama (she's mastered the drama) and a minor in Art and Public Policy (hahahaha!). She currently  works as a personal stylist, thinks all the time, and dreams of changing the world- she also dreams of retiring to a potato farm so she can eat potatoes every day, in every way, for the rest of her life. She's a funny lady (Camilo thinks so). She has performed at the MoMa, PS1, the Smithsonian Institute, and Art Basel.