Inaya Graciana Yusuf (Director/Producer/Editor) is an Indonesian-American filmmaker and founder of Slow Your Roll Films. She has worked on short documentaries to feature length projects such as Miriam, Amplify: The Story of Synesthetes, Dhalang, The Realization of Not Being, Right of Way and Minding Our Own. Most recently, she worked under David Tedeschi on Martin Scorsese’s documentary The 50 Year Argument. She also acted as additional camera to the upcoming documentary, Seed: The Untold Story by Taggart Siegel and Jon Betz. She was previously the production manager for STEREOTYPES, a web-based series directed by Rae, which aired on Pharell Williams’ channel, I AM OTHER. Prior to working in the film industry Inaya worked in multiple galleries and museums in New York and Chicago. She also spent a couple of years as a freelance graphic designer for design and advertising agencies. Inaya is currently working on her first feature, The One & The Many.
Erik Spink (Additional Sound Recorder) is a documentary filmmaker based in New York City. He is a producer at Vacant Light, a production company specializing in non-fiction content. Erik has worked in the industry over the last decade in film, television and digital media productions. His work has screened at film festivals internationally.
Kyle Oppenheimer (Sound Designer/Composer) is an audio engineer and musician living in New York. He has previously worked in London assisting multimedia artist and electronic musician Scanner with art installations, TV ads, music for the 2012 Summer Olympics, and Maria Marshall's feature film Startled. Independently, Oppenheimer has worked in music and audio-post on a variety of films and web series. Kyle currently works as lead engineer at EpandMedia, an audio-post facility, where he has engineered numerous voiceover sessions (including NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio), produced radio ads, and sound designed national television ads. He is also a member of the New York based band Infinity Girl.