Briin Bernstein is a JUNO and MMVA nominee whose work has appeared on MTV, VH1, MuchMusic, and BET. Getting his first break working for The Colbert Report's Pete Dominick, Briin has written for shows on Comedy Central, CNN, Headline News, Fuse TV, and (oddly enough) Fox News Channel. An honours graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Briin has directed and produced several music videos for major recording artists such as Kardinal Offishall, D-Sisive, Kristina Maria, K'Naan, and Rich Kidd. click here to see work.
Daniel AM Rosenberg.
Daniel AM Rosenberg is a MMVA award winning director, writer & producer from Toronto. He got his start directing music videos, where he won the 2016 Much Music Video Award for Rock Video of The Year, as well as a 2014 JUNO Video of The Year nomination, and multiple MMVA nominations. Daniel’s music videos have aired and premiered on MTV, Much Music, BET, Billboard and Entertainment Weekly, and he has worked with artists such as The Strumbellas, Classified, Kardinal Offishall, D-Sisive, Kristina Maria, DVBBS, and Pharoahe Monch. Daniel has directed both scripted & non-scripted programming airing on A+E Networks (UK), FYI, HGTV, Much Music, and CBC Gem. He recently co-created & directed the CBC digital series “The Ninth” as well as developed & directed the IPF digital comedy series “Cam_Girlfriend”. click here to see work.
Jason is a result-driven film and television professional with over a decade of producing experience. In addition to an impressive client list ranging from Sony BMG to ESPN, he has also repeatedly served as Field Producer for VH1, MTV, Telus Mobility, and The Sundance Channel. In the last year, Jason has continued to oversee big budget projects, from a feature film, to major label music videos, and several commercial spots, including two for The Fight Network. As a Senior Producer at Artcraft, his experience and vision is a tremendous asset in coordinating production teams for corporate projects, big-label videos, independent productions and all points in-between. click here to see work.
Celeste cut her teeth on a Steenbeck before mastering the star wipes and pond ripple effects of Final Cut Pro. She has edited music videos for artists such as Janelle Monae, Esperanza Spalding, The Internet (OFWGKTA), Jully Black and Dru. Her television credits include 'Buying and Selling with the Property Brothers', 'Design Wars' and 'World's Worst Mom', shows that have aired on HGTV and TLC International. click here to see work.
Micah has a vision of a world where editing is done on the beach. He tried to make this vision a reality for a couple of years in Australia but ended up in a small windowless room just staring at beach footage for Channel Ten's Docu-Baywatch series Bondi Rescue. His other failed attempts at bringing the edit suite to the beach can be seen in documentaries and docu-series on ABC, SBS, Smithsonian, Discovery, Travel Channel, Access, and Ovation.
When he's not working on documentaries, you can find him cutting music videos for DVBBS, Kardinal Offishall, JD Era, K'Naan and The Darcys, or sneaking in star wipes on commercials for the likes of Google, Unilever, IBM, Mazda, and Warner Music. click here to see work
Michael has written and produced a number of projects with The Artcraft Zoo, ranging music videos (The Darcys, DVBBS, The Strumbellas) to commercials (Ivanhoe Cambridge). He was also the writer/host of CBC Children Television's pilot Action Agents and his short films have screened in several international film festivals. While based in New York, he worked for the acclaimed off-Broadway theatre ensemble The Bats, and as a literary assistant for Manhattan Class Company (MCC). Michael has also written several full length plays; his first, Gwen Powers, was produced by Toronto's WORKhouse Theatre, of which he is an associate member and writer-in-residence. Upcoming works inlclude the plays Give and Take and Bible Study, and a collection of short stories. Michael has his BA in Theatre and Philosophy from Kings College, as well as an MFA from The New School. click here to see work