Emmett is a California-based Director and Producer with experience bringing two feature length films to completion: To The Moon (a film about cyclists and cooperatives) and Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective (a film about the ecological redesign of today’s agriculture). Both films have received critical acclaim, with Inhabit winning multiple awards, including: ‘Best in Theme’ at the Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival and ‘Audience Choice Award’ at both the Princeton Environmental Film Festival and the Environmental Film Festival at Yale. Inhabit has been screened and been viewed in over 80 countries around the world, translated into 8 languages so far, available on Itunes, Amazon, and Vimeo on Demand.
Cailey Clark is an ecologist, permaculture designer, and wildlife photographer passionate about social transformation. She has traveled worldwide working with passive water storage systems with Sadhana Forest in India, and studied agricultural methods for water conservation in Loitokitok District, Kenya. After graduating from Dickinson College, with a degree in Environmental Science, she has been on a journey of self-discovery rooted in the exploration of cultural beliefs that stagnate systemic change.
Nicholas Brennan is a New York-based documentary filmmaker and journalist. He has worked for major news organizations including ABC News, The New York Times, CNN and VICE. Born and raised in New England, Brennan is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where he was a Willard T.C. Johnson Fellow and recipient of the prestigious Chris Columbus/Richard Vague Film Production Award. He is also the director of "Hard Rock Havana," a documentary about Cuba's most popular heavy metal band (world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival) and "A Marine's Guide to Fishing," a narrative film and nation-wide advocacy campaign based around a young veteran's experience returning home (profiled on the front page of the New York Times).