Abby is an Actor/ Artist born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her love of filmmaking and theater began very young, constantly telling stories with any camera or stage she could find. Soon, Abby started working on major networks in-between her school studies. She booked a Broadway Tour right out of high school, and later moved to NYC to continue pursuing her career. Over the course of quarantine, she realized how much she wanted to write/direct her own film. She then wrote 'Dig The Bones', and knew in her heart, this was the movie she had to make. Abby was lucky enough to find amazing artists to help her bring her vision to life. She cannot thank everyone enough for their support on the project, and the incredible collaborative effort put forth so far.
Carol is an actor and writer based in Los Angeles, California. Recent work includes; White Walls (Short, Dumbo Film Festival), On a Roll (Short, Top 50 @ 72 Hour Film Shootout) and Marcy Learns Something New (Short, Short of the Week). Carol was cast in a feature in july called Jacqueline which films in NYC in December. When she's not on set you can find her focusing on her circus skills, movement art, the coral reef and re-reading Stephen King books.
Carol is interested in art that challenges social norms while capturing slices of life in new and spectacular ways. Carol couldn't be more thrilled to be on the DTB team.
Adrian is an LA-Based Filmmaker with a degree in Film and TV Production from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, where he graduated with an emphasis in directing and cinematography.
Adrian has shot and directed narrative, documentary, and broadcast work for clients such as LAFC, Fox Sports West (San Diego, Prime Ticket), Los Angeles Metro, the National Association for Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), and the Bridge Art + Science Alliance.
He has also served as a cinematographer for six independent feature films, as well as dozens of music videos, short films, and promotional shorts.
His personal work focuses on the disconnection and estrangement of misfits and outsiders from dominant cultures.