Steven Carnuccio graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2014 with a degree in film and media. While studying, he worked as a freelance writer and producer, notably creating a short documentary and music video for McDonald's Australia that was featured as part of their e-learning modules.
Immediately after graduating, Steven began working with Bluesteel Films, where he wrote and produced the comedy-drama television pilot, "Sidewalks". He has since gone on to co-found another company, Highlight Pictures, which headed up the new comedy-drama series, "Made For This", which is expected to be released in late 2018; as well as having Morning Starr Productions co-produce his horror feature film, "Cinema Club", which is currently set for cinema release in 2019.
As well as writing and producing films, Steven has also starred in an array of projects that include, Uber short film "The Dinner Party", television pilot "Nancy in Hell" and mockumentary series "Academy", which he also wrote and produced.
Rachel Lauren Baker graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2013 with a degree in performance. During her time studying, she was involved in a variety of theatrical productions, while working under the guidance of some of the industry's best on the theatre front.
Soon after graduating, Rachel moved to Sydney to venture away from her theatre background and learn the ropes of film and television production. She hit the ground running; writing, producing and starring in her first series "Mosman Now". She has just wrapped work on her own Tropfest short film contender "Behind Closed Doors", which is now competing in festivals around the globe.
In addition, Rachel has also starred in a range of TVCs for brands such as Neutrogena Australia and Sprite Australia, and can be seen in the upcoming feature films "Cinema Club" and "Kick Ons", as well as the mockumentary series "Academy", which she also produced.