Ivaylo Getov is an Interactive Producer and Media Artist. He specializes in Creative & Technical Direction and Interaction Design for public experiences using technology to bring people together and have a good time. He is the cofounder and Technical Director of Creative at Luxloop. Ivaylo works with artists and creators to enable explorations in to new media and technology projects, including recent work with Pierre Huyghe at Sculpture Projekte Munster, and Ian Cheng at the Serpentine Gallery. Across both his personal and studio work, Ivaylo has created tech-enabled art and experiences that have showcased at festivals, galleries and museums around the world and been featured by The Verge, Creators Project, Tribeca Interactive Playground, and the New York Times.
Amelia Steely is an artist and designer based in Los Angeles. She specializes in designing sets, sourcing props, and fabricating objects which set the scene and tell a story. She has worked with artists and organizations including Leon Bridges, Odesza, Google, Rachel Comey, Air Jordan, Motorola, Sony Playstation, and The New York City Ballet. Recently she production-designed the short film Lucia: Before and After which was featured in the South by Southwest and Hong Kong International Film Festivals, and won the Jury Prize for US short at the Sundance Film Festival.
Caro Rossdale is a London-based artist and textile designer. She trained at Central St Martins, specialising in weave. She combines stitching and printwork to produce artworks that deal with notions of freedom, movement, structure and fragility in both an abstract and figurative manner.
Caro has been Assistant Production Designer for a number of short films. RELEASE (2017), a short drama, was in the official selection for the London Short Film Festival. She is Head Production Designer for a forthcoming short drama, MOTTO (2018), shooting this summer, and will be working closely with Bafta-nominated cinematographer, Arturo Vasquez.
Establishing Weavers Productions on the Sussex coast to make short form film and video. Our location has opened up many creative opportunities from the inspiring places to the amazing local film crews, artists and collaborators.
Our work centres on the cinema of attractions and the desire to create visual spectacle. Primarily achieved through in camera techniques and practical effects. An interest in theatrical staging inspired by magic shows and Vaudeville. Creating images in this manner, has resulted in productions that are more textured and organic then would be achieved, if generated solely in a computer.