Director + Producer
Merete Mueller is a writer and documentary director based in Brooklyn. Her work has screened at SXSW, Hot Docs, DOC NYC and other festivals, and has been broadcast on Netflix, Al Jazeera America, Canadian Broadcasting Channel, The New York Times' Op-Docs series, VICE and The Atlantic. She's interested in bodies and architecture, how our internal landscapes influence our external environments, and vice versa.
Dominique is a writer and educator based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is interested in and has written about issues of educational equity, oral storytelling, social justice, and exploring imagination-based activities in classroom settings. She has been able to teach and present about these topics in Boston, Atlanta, South Africa, and Japan. She is currently an elementary school teacher in Massachusetts and is facilitating a summer institute in which educators explore race, culture, and identity through writing. This is her first experience with filmmaking, and she is actively researching her next film project.
NASM certified Roz "The Diva" Mays has dedicated many late nights at the gym to becoming a stronger and healthier athlete. Pole dancing is her sport of choice, followed by TRX, strength & conditioning and flexibility. Among her finest contributions to the pole world has been creating Dangerous Curves: A Celebration of Plus Size Pole Dancers. She loves to teach obnoxiously loud classes at Body & Pole and IncrediPOLE, and trains clients at Brooklyn Fit Lab & Complete Body, all in New York City.
Jake Christopher (who also happened to attend high school with Merete, Dominique, and Roz) is a cinematographer based in New York.
Tony hale is an editor based in Brooklyn, New York. He is editor and co-director of the feature documentary, A Will for the Woods, which premiered at Full Frame Film Festival in 2013. He also recently edited the feature-length doc Charged.
Learn more about Tony's work on his website.