About Us

F O U N D E R  &  O W N E R

Alyssa Carroll grew up in the small town of Westport in upstate New York. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Emerson College in 2013 with a concentration in Visual Media Arts. After college, Alyssa headed out to Los Angeles, CA where she currently lives and works. She initially began her career in post production but has since discovered that her love of story-telling can best manifest itself in directing. Her directorial debut, This is She, a coming of age story set in Alyssa’s hometown, is currently submitting to festivals. Alyssa is passionate about creating media which champions women’s equality and explores the importance of true interpersonal communication.

Samples of her work and more information about Alyssa can be found on her website: www.alyssacarroll.com.

F O U N D E R  &  O W N E R

Ariana Sigel is a producer who currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Originally from Connecticut, she got involved with her middle school’s TV station at the age of twelve and she realized that media could be a career which would make good use of her imagination and organizational skills. This brought her to Emerson College where she co-produced Emerson Independent Video’s longest running entertainment television show, The Dish. Ariana co-pioneered Emerson Independent Video’s first international series, Beyond The Moat, which subsequently landed her an Emerson College EVVY Awards nomination and win. During her senior year, she produced a single-camera web series, the Green Room Diaries, which won her a second EVVY Awards nomination and win for Best Studio Television Series. Ariana is passionate about making media that focuses on women’s issues and LGBT voices.

More information can be found on her website: www.arianasigel.com.

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Emily Freund is an editor and motion graphic artist living in Los Angeles, California. She graduated from Emerson College in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Visual Media Arts, with a concentration in Post Production. Her work producing the 31st Annual EVVY Awards won 1st Place in Alternative Programming at The 34th Annual College Television Awards. Since moving to Los Angeles, Emily has continued working in post production on various features, shorts and television shows, including Birdman, Get Hard, and the upcoming Eye in the Sky. Emily most recently finished editing the short film This is She by director Alyssa Carroll, with whom she has collaborated on a multitude of projects.

Examples of Emily’s work can be found on her website: www.emilyfreund.com.