top of page




Jonah Greenstein

imdb-edited web.jpeg

Jonah Greenstein is a freelance filmmaker.


In 2019, he wrote a short scene for BREAKTIME's "Parting Glass" to be delivered in the dark, light provided only by flashlight. The scene was performed at the Jack Crystal Theater, Threes Brewing and Teatro LATEA.


With Praxis Films, he recently edited Triple Chaser, in collaboration with Forensic Architecture for the 2019 Whitney Biennial.  The previous year, he was the technical supervisor on the multichannel video installation Signal Flow for Manifesta 12 Palermo.  He worked as co-producer and additional editor on 2017’s Risk, and as motion graphics editor and post-production supervisor on 2016’s Astro Noise.


He frequently works in post-production with Art21, Visual Country, and Field of Vision, including the FoV-backed Crime + Punishment, which was shortlisted for the 2019 Academy Awards, and recently won an Emmy for Social Impact Documentary.


Earlier, he edited music videos, fashion, branded content, and independent narrative features, and assisted the edit of Richard Mosse’s The Enclave for the 2013 Venice Biennale.


His first feature film as writer/director, Daddy, premiered at NewFest in 2018, where it won a special mention from the U.S. Narrative Jury.  More about his collaborations can be found here.



Maddie Schimmel

Maddie Schimmel is a performer, choreographer, and costumer. Since moving to New York City, Maddie has performed for Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Reiner, Jeremy Nelson and Luis Lara Malvacias, Netta Yerushalmy, and Justin Faircloth. Maddie’s choreographic work has been presented at Triskelion Arts, Dixon Place, ROULETTE Intermedium, Alchemical Studios, Cathy Weis' Sundays on Broadway, Access Theatre Gallery, and NYU Tisch Dance. Maddie has also designed and produced costumes for Jessie Young, Proteo Media + Performance, Teddy Tedholm, and BREAKTIME. 

Dave Hannon

Dave Hannon, based in NYC, is an artist, teacher and most recently aperformer.  He is interested in work that blends the digital to physical, through projection based 3-D animations and video.  He has exhibited in Western Massachusetts; Kansas City, MI; Portland, Oregon;New York City and Boston; his work can be seen here at

bottom of page