top of page
Screen Shot 2022-02-04 at 11.53.04 PM.png



Rianne Pyle is a writer and director who has directed three short documentaries. Rockstar, Producer, TankGod, Studio Session (2017) a 10 min doc about Tank God a 10 x Platinum hip hop producer, she debuted the film at the Ways of Seeing showcase. Rianne also directed the documentary Vic Barrett: Youth Voice  about Vic Barrett, a climate change activist, who is suing the United States government over their climate change policies which premiered at the School of Visual Arts’ documentary showcase, Someone You Know. Additionally Rianne has directed three short narrative films entitled Unfolding a Memory (2020), Burning (2019), and Mask (2017), ranging in length from 4 - 10 minutes. 


Pyle worked as an Assistant Director on YSN Flow's music video, ILLEGAL GUNS which garnered 4M+ views since its release in October 2019. Rianne has also had the pleasure of working with music stars Justine Skye and Jay Critch among others. Rianne currently works as a Production Coordinator for Our Time Projects run by Oscar nominated and Emmy winning director, Matthew Heineman. B.F.A. SVA Film 2021.



Born and raised is Glasgow, Scotland, Kirsty moved to New York to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Film at the School of Visual Arts. While still living in Glasgow, Kirsty attained a BA joint honors degree in Marketing and Business Law from the University of Strathclyde. She has used both of her degrees while writing, directing and producing a variety of projects and she firmly believes knowing how to target the audience is half the battle. Kirsty has interned at the International Emmys in New York City as well as the television show Family Pictures USA and Braven Films. Kirsty's narrative films We'll Always Have Williamsburg (2020) and Millie Moon (2021) have screened as official selections in Dakota Independent Film Festival, The Sunshine City Film Festival, and The Montreal Independent Film Festival. 

Screen Shot 2022-02-04 at 11.46.15 PM.png
Screen Shot 2022-02-04 at 11.58.25 PM.png





Ryan DeVita is a cinematographer/editor on his way to Los Angeles. As a documentarian, Ryan is a passionate activist for Women’s Rights, the Black Lives Matter movement, and those communities he is apart of, including the Latin and LGBTQ+ communities. He has experience producing, shooting and editing short documentaries, reality, and promotional material for clients, as well as large events, such as DragCon and even as one of the official videographers of the 2019 Women’s March in NYC. Ryan has also worked as a gaffer, electric rigger, and grip on union television shows.

Ryan’s favorite part of working in this industry is collaborating with a team of creatives that share the same passions and making content that gives everyone a sense of pride, while looking forward to the next project!

 Jay Murray is a Maryland / New York cinematographer. Jay has shot four short films. Two of the short films, ‘Floss’ and ‘I’m Yours,’ were screened at the Student Film Festival and the Undergrad Sight and Sound Showcase. Jay also often works in the G&E department as a Gaffer and Key Grip.  the font. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.

Screen Shot 2022-02-05 at 12.03.59 AM.png



​​An editing aficionado, Charlotte, is a skilled editor from New Jersey. Since her early teenage years, Charlotte has been perfecting her editing skills. Charlotte's recent film projects as an editor are highly praised for their fluidity and effectiveness in telling the story. Charlotte previously for CBS Sports creating catchy edits for CBS’ website and social media platforms. Currently, Charlotte works as an editor for VOX media in Sports. Her most notable works include: Momentary (2018), Tank God: Rockstar (2018), and Vic Barrett: Youth Voice (2019), We We'll Always Have Williamsburg (2020), and Millie Moon (2021). 

bottom of page