CHARLOTTE MARTIN (writer, co-director, co-producer)
CHARLOTTE MARTIN (writer, co-director, co-producer)

Charlotte Martin is a New York City-based writer, director, and actress. The First of Our Friends to Get Married is her first feature script, which she wrote directly after graduating from Tisch School of the Arts (BFA '13, Drama). She continues to write and direct in the wake of First of Our Friends being completed, and plans to write roles for herself until someone else is interested in casting her, too.

JULIA KENNELLY (co-director, producer)
JULIA KENNELLY (co-director, producer)

Julia Kennelly is a New York-based actress and filmmaker. After starting her first theater company at the age of ten with her best friend (a Mamet-heavy summer season in the Off-Off-Off Broadway sphere of her backyard), Julia went on to graduate from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts (BFA, Drama). "The First of Our Friends to Get Married" marks her first time directing a feature film. She could not be more thrilled to be producing this project alongside a team of extraordinarily talented people.

PHILIP SIEVERDING (co-producer, production designer)
PHILIP SIEVERDING (co-producer, production designer)

Philip Sieverding is a designer, actor and producing artist who currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. He received a B.F.A in Drama from Tisch School of the Arts with a double major in Architecture & Urban Studies, thus leading him to pursue both performance and design professionally. Over the past year, Philip co-produced and designed the feature film 'The First Of Our Friends To Get Married,' developed two original series titled 'Selfish' and 'Who Killed Frankie Miller?', and independently produced a short film titled 'Joyous'.

NICO SAHI (co-producer, director of photography)
NICO SAHI (co-producer, director of photography)

Nico is currently avoiding homelessness thanks to the kind generosity of his friends and their respective floors, futons, and hard wood floors. He graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts where he earned a BFA in Film/TV Production, as well as a major in art history and minor in the business of entertainment, media, and technologies. While he navigates the high seas of his early 20s with the grace and skill of a blind, drunken sailor, he is also writing, and recently served as a creative director for the TriBeCa based show, "Bottled Up."