Chloe Jury-Fogel (Writer, Director) is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Chloe grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area as a feisty little tomboy, and has always loved stories about unique and powerful young women. She feels like she has been writing this script since before she was born, which is why some of the words might be misspelled. Chloe loves collaborating with musicians, cinematographers, writers, actors, dancers, nice people, and people with no specific talent at all, and loved collaborating with some of her closest friends and most talented peers on Stevie.



Isaac Hughes Green (Director of Photography) After graduating from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and spending his freshman year at Duke University, Isaac Hughes Green moved to New York to pursue a career in cinematography at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Isaac takes pride in his ability to combine an engineering background with skills gained from professional experience in Film Production and Photography in New York. Isaac has been hired to shoot all over the world for short and feature films, magazines, and documentary research projects using Digital Cinema, 35mm and, 16mm cameras. While undeniably technical, Isaac fully understands that technology is a tool to be used as necessary to tell a story.



Paul Head (Assistant Director) , hailing from both Indiana and Texas, is a filmmaker and writer. Passionate about helping his friends’ artistic dreams come to fruition, he’s excited to stand by Chloe’s side throughout this artistic journey. As the Assistant Director, Paul plans to bring his dedicated, calm, passionate spirit to the set everyday and “can’t wait to see Chloe in all her glory!”



Emily Dalmas (Producer) is a recent graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where she majored in Film & Television and produced several shorts during her time there. She doesn’t wear glasses but she thinks it makes her look more hire-able. She likes Bernese Mountain dogs, 60 degree weather, and peppermint-flavored chocolate. She loved producing Chloe’s film Stevie and can’t wait to share it all with you.


Melanie Ward (Producer, UPM) is a senior at NYU studying acting and film production. Her first film was Chloe’s Fish Lips and since then she’s been a part of many projects large and small including Alex Schaefer’s Little Seahorse, Marlee Roberts’ Little Miss Perfect, and most recently Night Bell with Sabrina Jaglom. In her spare time, Melanie Irish dances and watches copious amounts of Frasier. Melanie also has a background in veterinary medicine and wants EVERYONE to know that she worked at the Cincinnati Zoo. In the future, Melanie would like to both pursue her acting career as well as a career as a producer/UPM.