Rachel Cohen grew up in Buffalo, NY she fell in love with shooting photography and film in Middle School. While she was in high school she started to direct shorts at The New York Film Academy. Rachel then pursued her passion for film by attending The New School where she earned her degree in Film & Media Studies. While studying at The New School she produced, directed and edited a documentary based around the stages of her father’s cancer. Also highly active as a production assistant outside of the classroom as she worked on features, fashion editorial and shorts. After graduation, Rachel moved to Los Angeles to work at Starz Network and Production Coordinator on various production sets. In 2015, she worked for William Morris Endeavor as a Coordinator in the Production department for two years. In 2017, she worked for the CEO/Co-Founder of Bloom Media working in International Film Sales.
Born and raised in Miami, FL, Nicole Taylor Franzen moved to NYC to pursue a career in Film. While majoring in Film & Media Studies at The New School University, she freelanced for various production companies one being Zoomari Films and worked under director Henry-Alex Rubin. Shortly after, she moved to Paris, France to collaborated with a music media company called OFIVE. After college, Nicole was hired by Univision in Miami, FL to edit and produce a documentary-series called OUTPOST. OUTPOST premiered on HBO Latino with executive producer Pharrell Williams, Nicole was given the role to lead OUTPOST's social media team. After three years of working with the OUTPOST team, Nicole decided to moved to Los Angeles to produce for the content team of Airbnb Experiences. After a year and a half with Airbnb, Nicole moved on to work with Tastemade where she produced and edited for their HQ in Los Angeles.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Vivi Rojas moved to New York City to attend the The New School University. Vivi majored in Sound Engineering and Design while interning in both the New York as well as Los Angeles branches of Interscope Geffen A&M Records. After college, Vivi moved back to Los Angeles where she worked as the Assistant Sound Engineer for The CW’s hit TV series “My Crazy Ex Girlfriend”. She later explored a different department in sound and worked as a Foley Editor for Sinc Sound Productions, where she worked with Geordy Sincavage on award winning films like “The Revenant”, “Nocturnal Animals”, and “The Witch”. Vivi was a Freelance sound designer during this time and worked on numerous Feature Films and Documentaries found on IMDB. After two years Vivi began working at Beacon Street Studios in Venice, California, where she was one of three sound designers.