Maya Tepler resides in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, but she was born and raised in Topsham, Maine. She is currently a segment producer at Zero Point Zero Productions on a new Netflix documentary series about crimes in the food industry. Previously at ZPZ, she was a segment producer on the CNN television show “The Hunt with John Walsh.” She has worked as an associate producer at Show of Force, working on CNN’s “Soundtracks”, and at Ark Media for “Finding Your Roots 3, with Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr.” Maya holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Natalia Warchol is a co-producer with Ark Media in Brooklyn, New York. She currently works on season 5 of Finding Your Roots, a ten-part genealogy series for PBS. Most recently, she was an Associate Producer on School of the Future, a 2-hour NOVA special for PBS. Natalia holds a BA in Film Production from Brooklyn College, City University of New York. Natalia was born and raised in Poland and currently lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
Andrés Arias is a New York based editor and filmmaker. Born in Quito Ecuador and raised in Puerto Rico, Andres graduated with two bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Theory and History and a minor in film studies. He then received an MFA in Social Documentary at the School of Visual Arts on 2013. In addition to his own work, Andres has worked on the PBS series, "The Latino Graduates," and the Oscar-nominated documentary feature "Cartel Land."
Brooklyn-based guitarists Brett Parnell and Geremy Schulick compose predominantly instrumental songs, incorporating elements of post-rock, folk, minimalism, and Baroque classicism. Threefifty was recently featured on WNYC's Soundcheck with John Schaefer. Performance highlights include BAM’s Crossing Brooklyn Ferry festival and BAMcafé Live, TEDx Carnegie Mellon University, The New York Guitar Festival, The Ellnora Guitar Festival, The Englert, Le Poisson Rouge, SubCulture, and multiple tours of the UK, Austria and Bosnia. Threefifty is proud to be a part of the D’Addario artist family.