Chiara Bressa is in the web series scene since 2013. Bachelor in Communication, Innovation, and Multimedia at the University of Pavia, she graduated with a final thesis titled “If Walt Disney was alive, would he produce web series?” and she went forward with the analysis of the web serial phenomenon founding the blog World Wide Webserie, of which she is editor in chief and social media manager. She is also a digital specialist, digital trainer, and writer. In 2015 she wrote her book “Making web series – the new way of the independent filming: theory and practice” (available only in Italian), published by Audino Editore.
Nicole is actress, author and producer with roots in the Odenwald. She came to film over detours, first she worked for several years as a nurse, a time that had a strong impact on her and on the authenticity of her film material and figures. 2009, she successfully graduated at drama school Charlottenburg in Berlin. In 2015 she won the award for the best German web series with her web series "Emmas Welt", which she wrote and also played the lead role in. In 2016 and 2017 awards for “Best Actress”, at "Dub Web Fest" in Dublin and "Sicily Web Fest" in Italy followed. At "Seoul Webfest" in South Korea, the series won the "Best Dramedy".
Christian Stadach (BA "Digital Media", MA "Media Direction" at the University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt) was born in Pforzheim, Germany in 1982. His professional journey began in school where he attended multiple internships at local production companies, as well as first jobs as camera assistant and assistant director. During his studies he worked as a compositing and motion graphics artist for Pixomondo, where he was involved in projects like "Hugo Cabret", "Game of Thrones", and "After Earth", as well as numerous ad-campaigns. Aside from his passion for visual postproduction, his focus is on directing own projects like the web-series "MEM" or projects of his company "Tag & Nacht Media", which he founded with Thomas Meudt and Stephan Zimmermann.