Brian Schulz [director]
Brian Schulz is a national Emmy Award winning producer and cinematographer. He previously served as a DP on Amazon's University of Michigan football docu-series and Showtime’s, “A Season with Notre Dame Football.”
His 2012 film, “Brooklyn Castle”, [producer + DP] was a South by Southwest (SxSW) Audience Award winner and has since been optioned by Scott Rudin/Sony Pictures for theatrical remake. The film was also nominated for a national Emmy. In his sixteen years at Major League Baseball Productions, Brian created co-branding content for Gatorade, Scotts, Pepsi and MasterCard. The Sports Business Journal honored him with a “Forty Under 40” award in 2014.
Brian has also been a guest speaker at Harvard University, Publicis Kaplan Thaler, The US Embassy in Kiev, The Neag School of Education at The University of Connecticut and has moderated several panels at SxSW.
Since 2001 Brian has been a weekend youth volunteer at the Lower East Side’s Grand Street Settlement as well as a co-chair at their annual fundraiser, The Taste of the Lower East Side.
MATTHEW C. MILLS [producer]
Matthew C. Mills is an Emmy and Webby Award-winning Director, Writer and Executive Producer. He founded Spacestation in 2007 after many years at MTV and VH1 as a production and development executive.
Matthew’s diverse range of credits have found him working in features, commercials, music, television and web series. Highlights include “MTV Unplugged,” “We Always Lie To Strangers” (SXSW 2013), “This Is A Show For Parents of Gay Kids,” “The World Series of Video Games” and “Fodder,” a sketch comedy show for the Cooking Channel. Clients and partners include HBO, PBS, MTV, CBS, Nickelodeon, Food Network, Young & Rubicam, Razorfish, Wunderman, VML, Ulive, Turner Broadcasting and more.
Matthew has been front and center at the launch of two different television networks - mtvU, Viacom's foray onto college campuses, and College Sports Television which went on to be bought by CBS Sports. Matthew is an alumnus of the University of Missouri and Stephens College, and teaches an annual producing workshop at the Hot Docs Film Festival. In 2015, Matthew was invited to participate in Forward/Story, the experimental storytelling lab sponsored by Columbia University School of Professional Studies.
Will TAYLOR [DP]
Will Taylor is a sports cinematographer for NFL Films, NBA Entertainment, and CBS Sports. He's captured some of today's most breathtaking moments which have been distributed across a multitude of national media platforms. Starting his professional career with NBA Entertainment in 1998, Will has filmed the NBA Finals, USA Basketball, NBA All Star weekends, and the Global Games.
In 2012 Will became a freelance cinematographer for the industry leading NFL Films. Along with shooting games each week, he has also collaborated on NFL Film's top documentaries: "Four Falls of Buffalo", "All or Nothing: A Season with the Arizona Cardinals", "Football Life Series", "The Timeline: Jersey Guys", and "Together we Make Football". He has also filmed Superbowl 48,49, and 50.
Sharika Ajaikumar [editor]
Sharika Ajaikumar is an Associate Producer and Editor at Spacestation. Drawing inspiration from her global experience living and working in the UK, China, India and the UAE, Sharika brings an international perspective to productions. She holds a Masters in Television, Radio and Film studies frm the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and aBachleors' Degree in International Managment from the Univeristy of Warwick. Sharika's credits include "IFC Comedy Drop," "1440: New York Liberty," "Throwback Bravo" and several other projects for web and television.
Katharina StroH [editor]
Katharina Stroh is an editor with experience in short films, television and web series. She received her undergraduate degree from Stuttgatt Media University in Germany and completed her Masters of Arts at Syracuse University's prestigious S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications where she was a Fulbright Scholar. Credits include "Circle," an award-winning short film directed by Alexander Heringer, "1440: New York Liberty," "Throwback Bravo" and "Signing of the Stars: University of Michigan Football."