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Amy DePaola is a producer, writer and performer with a background in public relations and production. Amy has studied at The Atlantic Theater Company, The LABryinth Theater Company, The American Repertory Theater, and the historic Moscow Art Theatre. She has been seen on stage in both New York City and Boston and has appeared in numerous short ﬁlms, two features and several webisodic shorts. Amy’s producing credits include: Ordinary Man, Chocolate Chip Cookies, 617 The Series, The Rookie Bartender (Season 2), Bootstrapped as well as the independent features Blessid and A Life Not to Follow, both due out on the film festival circuit in 2014. Amy is currently a second year graduate student at Emerson College where she is receiving her M.F.A. in Media Art. Amy is a producer and will is also a cast member (“Allie”) on Unsure/Positive.
Christian Daniel Kiley is an actor, writer, director and producer. A television fanatic, he began to produce sketch comedy for the screen in 2006, eventually taking a position as the director of the film division of ImprovBoston, and working as the show runner of A Show About Us, a hybrid live sketch and web series, which played to a sold out audience at the Brattle Theater in Cambridge. He studied acting and directing for the theatre at Bard College (B.A. 2005) and then moved back to Boston to pursue his acting career, performing in various roles at the Boston Center for the Arts, and appearing in national commercials for Subway and Dunkin Donuts. Currently, Christian is a candidate for an M.F.A. in Media Art at Emerson College, where he produced the short film The Hot Date, and is the showrunner and cast member (“Kieran”) of Unsure/Positive.
Ashanti Mason-Chambers is a Michigan native pursuing a M.F.A. in Media Art from Emerson College. With a B.A. Mass Communications from Tennessee State University, she comes to our team with a background in news production, public relations and event planning. Ashanti is currently developing a body of work that focuses on untold stories and social issues that plague minority communities across the nation, making her a perfect addition to Unsure/Positive.