Director & Co-Writer

Cinematographer, Editor, Producer

James H Lee is a creator of fantastic, funny films. A native of Los Angeles, he's a graduate of the University of Southern California School of Cinema & TV. His career started in TV production where he was immersed in comedy while working behind the scenes as a post producer on Joan River's Fashion Police series for E! Entertainment. He has since developed a directing style that combines an eye for unique visuals and laugh out loud comedy performances. His films range from a hyper-stylized sizzle, a political farce about misinformation, and an entirely self-shot iPhone pandemic comedy. He sets out to push boundaries and deliver a truly memorable viewing experience.



Writer & Producer

Mark Lesser is an artist and screenwriter living in Los Angeles.  After attending an artist residency in Morocco, Mark began painting and writing daily.  He wrote the comedic short, "A Bathroom on Drake" which won Best Short Film at the 2020 Big Apple Film Festival.  "Mumbly Peg" is a completed feature screenplay that is planning for an August 2021 production. Presently, Mark is writing a novel that will be adapted for the screen. Along with writing, Mark has 20 years of film and television production credits to his name, including one of his first credits, "Spaceballs"!  Mark has been an exhibited artist & painter for 25 years and has a doctorate in clinical psychology. He is married to Shellie, has an adult daughter Taylor, and a dachshund named Pablo.




Nika in an LA-based actress and producer. Nika's career started on the London stage when she was an adolescent. She has since worked across the world in film and television. Nika was born in Russia, with half-Lithuanian parentage. Bi-lingual in English and Russian, she moved to the UK as a child she spent her formative years in North London. She recently guest starred on NCIS: Los Angeles for CBS and her indie vampire feature Blood From Stone was released on demand.




Riley Bowes is a Los Angeles-based, trained actor from Pretoria, South Africa. After graduating from the University of Pretoria with an honors degree in Marketing Management, he moved to LA and began honing his craft at the Michelle Danner Acting Studio in Santa Monica and then at UCLA. Although a versatile and gifted stage performer in every sense, Riley has a passion for film and has been nothing short of impressive on screen in his burgeoning career. He starred in the film Stuck (2018), which is featured on Amazon Prime's Discover Indie Film anthology series and he received the Apollo Award at the 2018 Connect Film Festival for this performance. As a self-described cinephile he is interested in all things cinema and is writing his first short film.




Asia Lynn Pitts, a Las Vegas native, majored in both Theatre and Music at the College of Southern Nevada. She completed the two-year Professional Workshop at the prestigious Circle in the Square Theatre School in NYC. Upon graduating she completed her first Solo-actress play Mouthy Bitch by Dennis Bush at both the Hollywood and Las Vegas Fringe Festivals. Shortly after, Asia decided to make the move to LA after accepting the position as Producer/Company Member of Second Skin Theatre Company. She now holds the position of Associate Artistic Director. Following, Asia took on the role of Starr in the World premiere of Thanksgiving which won several awards at the Hollywood Fringe Festival including the Beyond Bechtel-Wallace Award and Unleashed Award. Asia took on the lead role as American Sports Executive Effa Manley in the premiere of Blackballed: The Rise and Fall of Negro League Baseball by Matthew Robinson, which took home two awards and was nominated for Best Ensemble. Asia is thankful to her Mother for passing down her strength, passion, and ability to endure.

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Logan Perkins moved from South Carolina to Los Angeles 5 years ago to become a great entertainer. He's a versatile actor who enjoys the process and can tackle challenging characters. If he can stay humble and invest in a character who he can morally support, he's good to go. He recently took a break from his entertainment career to focus on his faith at Calvary Baptist Church in Burbank. He is also known for All Aboard (2021), Dead or Alive (2017) and Once Upon a Time in 'Murica (2020).