Erin Doyle Cooper
Writer, director, EP
Erin Doyle Cooper is a writer, director, and creative director who is passionate about telling stories and creating opportunities for women and people of color. She has created award winning work for some of the world's biggest brands, including Budweiser, Johnson & Johnson, MasterCard, and Pepsi. She began her career as an actress, having studied classical acting the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA), and improv and sketch comedy at the UCB. She holds a BFA from the University at Buffalo. Her instincts as a writer and director are informed by her classical training, and rooted in a profound respect for the actor and the text. She currently resides in Brooklyn with her husband Will Cooper and their travel-sized Norwich Terrier, Mimsy.
director of photography
Idil Sukan is a cinematographer, photographer and creative director based in London.
Most recently she has worked in the art departments of Julian Fellowes’ feature adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Crooked House and the Amazon/Channel 4 adaptation of Philip K Dick’s short stories, Electric Dreams, created photographic work for London’s West End and videographic work for the National Poetry Society.
Her retrospective exhibition of her photographic portraiture of comedians in 2015 gained rave reviews and her work has been acquisitioned by The National Portrait Gallery in the UK. She has worked with Disney, Universal, Sony, Penguin Random House and many more.
Her passions lie in empathetic visual story-telling and the representation of women in the media.
“The Sukan style is distinctive, gorgeously lit, intimately composed and atmospheric” - The Independent newspaper, UK.
She is a prolific speaker and teacher in improvisation, feminism and creative direction and has herself studied at the London Film Academy & the London College of Printing (now Communication).
Sarah Wolff picked up her first camera at age 11 and hasn't been able to put it down since. Seeing an idea take shape and executing it to the highest quality is what drives her. Sarah spent the first few years out of college running her own production company, Peace Belt Productions, which specialized in managing bands, touring, and producing music videos. She owned a non-profit theater company and produced an Off Broadway Play, The Love Letter You’ve Been Meaning to Write New York. Sarah helped build a production company for Vaynermedia, and produced over thirty television commericals while there. Now she is an Executive Producer at 247 Laundry Service and Cycle Media, where she oversees the execution of authentic story telling. Her love of music, culture, and making awesome content is what drives her every day!
When she's not producing amazing art you can find her taking photos of her awesome rescue dog, Ella Fitzgerald, seeing live music, and hunting for rare vinyl.