The creative team

Primarily raised by a mother attending med school full time, James spent a lot of time messing around with cameras and software. He makes his living as an actor, most recently recurring on this season of AHS. Graduate of USC's SCA. More info at www.JamesMorosini.com 

Primarily raised by a mother attending med school full time, James spent a lot of time messing around with cameras and software. He makes his living as an actor, most recently recurring on this season of AHS. Graduate of USC's SCA. More info at www.JamesMorosini.com 

James morosini

Director, Co-writer, Editor + Producer

Sam grew up in New York, where as a kid he loved chess, jazz, and photography -- not exactly the most badass kid on the block.  He studied theater and film at USC (David Dukes Memorial Scholarship).  Upcoming acting appearances include indie films Wonder Buffalo and Dating My Mother, Freeform's Switched at Birth, and Showtime's I'm Dying Up Here.  He also has an extensive background in theater, including assistant directing Jesse Eisenberg's The Revisionist at the Wallis Annenberg Center.  He's always on the lookout for a good chess partner.   Visit www.SamSonenshine.com

Sam grew up in New York, where as a kid he loved chess, jazz, and photography -- not exactly the most badass kid on the block.  He studied theater and film at USC (David Dukes Memorial Scholarship).  Upcoming acting appearances include indie films Wonder Buffalo and Dating My Mother, Freeform's Switched at Birth, and Showtime's I'm Dying Up Here.  He also has an extensive background in theater, including assistant directing Jesse Eisenberg's The Revisionist at the Wallis Annenberg Center.  He's always on the lookout for a good chess partner.   Visit www.SamSonenshine.com

Sam SonenshinE

Co-writer + Producer

Emily is an actor, producer, and frequent Morosini-Sonenshine collaborator. Since graduating from USC's BFA Acting program, she’s worked on her friendship with James, as well as Adult Swim's "Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories," and indie films Departure, We, The Odd Essay, and Giselle (Vimeo’s Short of the Week). With a background in theatre, she’s worked regionally with Williamstown Theatre Festival, Malibu Playhouse, and IAMA Theatre Company, where she serves as Assistant Literary Manager. She also dates Sam but is her own realized person.   www.emily-rowan.com.

Emily is an actor, producer, and frequent Morosini-Sonenshine collaborator. Since graduating from USC's BFA Acting program, she’s worked on her friendship with James, as well as Adult Swim's "Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories," and indie films Departure, We, The Odd Essay, and Giselle (Vimeo’s Short of the Week). With a background in theatre, she’s worked regionally with Williamstown Theatre Festival, Malibu Playhouse, and IAMA Theatre Company, where she serves as Assistant Literary Manager. She also dates Sam but is her own realized person.  
www.emily-rowan.com.

emily rowan

Producer

Chase Baldocchi is a musician and songwriter whose bluesy and funky style reflects his San Francisco upbringing. He achieved early success as the lead singer for The Bob Hill Band ultimately signing a record contract to Seattle label Rouge Island Entertainment and releasing a thirteen song album in 2009. In the same year he moved to Los Angeles where he continued to play and collaborate with The Bob Hill Band debuting a music video and headlining several California tours. Some of his musical credits also include working with Johnny Cola of Huey Lewis and the News, producer Narda Michael Walden, Glenn Frey and Carlos Santana. In 2015 he earned a Bachelor of Music from the University of Southern California’s Popular Music Program and since then has continued to play and collaborate in the LA area. His most recent work has been in film, contributing original soundtrack to Jim Hansen’s “You’re Killing Me” (2016) and currently collaborating with producers James Morosini and Sam Sonenshine to compose music for their film “Threesomething” to be released in 2017. 

Chase Baldocchi is a musician and songwriter whose bluesy and funky style reflects his San Francisco upbringing. He achieved early success as the lead singer for The Bob Hill Band ultimately signing a record contract to Seattle label Rouge Island Entertainment and releasing a thirteen song album in 2009. In the same year he moved to Los Angeles where he continued to play and collaborate with The Bob Hill Band debuting a music video and headlining several California tours. Some of his musical credits also include working with Johnny Cola of Huey Lewis and the News, producer Narda Michael Walden, Glenn Frey and Carlos Santana. In 2015 he earned a Bachelor of Music from the University of Southern California’s Popular Music Program and since then has continued to play and collaborate in the LA area. His most recent work has been in film, contributing original soundtrack to Jim Hansen’s “You’re Killing Me” (2016) and currently collaborating with producers James Morosini and Sam Sonenshine to compose music for their film “Threesomething” to be released in 2017. 

Chase Baldocchi

Composer

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Allison Gehrke

Graphic Designer