Pati Currie is an award-winning makeup artist who has been working in the music and film industry for over 20 years. In addition to constant portrait and print work, she has also worked on exciting projects such as award-winning short comedy western film “Javelina Run” and the proof of concept TV series “White Talon City”. Additionally, she has worked on a variety of television, print ads, commercials, music videos, and a large number of short films. Her passion is in customized makeup looks. Pati is always working to step up, and loves to look upon new challenges taking her to the next level.
Sanju Jacob is a UXI designer and an independent screenwriter. His passion for fine arts and filmmaking led him to screenwriting. In screenwriting, he found an avenue to study the world around him, express himself, and just let his imagination run wild; telling tales and painting pictures with words. His work includes several short screenplays, two of which have been recognized at film festivals and competitions– BAD HABITS (2020) Official Selection – Austin Micro Film Festival, and DEAR MAE! (2022) Quarter Finalist – Bluecat Screenplay Competition.
Lydia Isnanto began her creative journey in Singapore in photography and video production. Later moving to the US, she wrote, directed, co-produced, cinematographed, and edited the short film – THE CALLING (2018), in the San Francisco Bay area. Filmed entirely on an iPhone, THE CALLING won five awards, including the Best Phone Made Film award from Olympus Film Festival Los Angeles. Her latest project was the short film which she wrote, directed, co-produced, cinematographed and edited – THIS IS ME (2019), filmed in Austin, Texas. The short film which was dedicated to mental illness survivors and warriors, to date, has been screened in San Francisco Bay area, Los Angeles, Texas, with more than 20 accolades and has won nine awards, including a special Mental Health Community Award from the Los Angeles Silicon Beach Film Festival.