Daniel B. Levin is a cinematographer and Director that lives and works in New York City. Captured (2008) is Levin's first feature documentary. He was the Director of Photography for the second season of the Emmy Award nominated Sundance Channel docu-series Brick City (2011). He recently shot and co-directed his first feature narrative Dirty Old Town (2011).
Ben Solomon was born and raised in downtown Manhattan. A child of the Eighties, son of a poet father and photographer mother, he grew up surrounded and inspired by the arts and the streets of New York. CAPTURED (2008) was Ben’s first feature film, and since then has continued to express himself in a multitude of mediums, working as a filmmaker, a DJ, and always resourceful member of the local and international creative community.
Jenner Furst began making narrative films in his early teens. His first feature documentary Captured (2008) received international attention for it's historical account of Drag, Punk, Heroin and Gentrification in New York's Lower East Side. Soon after the film's release, Furst began collaborating on Brick City (2009). His early work helped elevate the vanguard concept and the series went on to garner a Peabody Award, an Emmy Nomination and critical praise around the world. While Co-Producing the second season, he directed his first feature narrative: Dirty Old Town.