MEET THE TEAM
We are a bilingual & bicultural couple that continually embrace and celebrate their unique differences. Two poops in a pod, sprouting flowers.
- Austin and Maia
Maia hails from Paraguay and she's a writer and actor based in Brooklyn, NY. Before diving into the creative world, she was a flight attendant for Emirates Airline and earned her BA in Marketing. She speaks fluent English, Spanish and German. She graduated from the prestigious Stella Adler Acting School in Los Angeles, known for its focus on script analysis and character work. Her debut as a writer, producer and lead is with the Spanish-language feature film Original Sin, a first time co-production between the US and Paraguay. The film premiered at Austin Film Festival and went to over 20 international film festivals in the US, Europe, Asia and Africa. The film had its theatrical release in Paraguay and is now available on streaming platforms. The Rise of Elisa Lynch is her first TV show in development. It has been selected at SANFIC’s Lab series, The Gotham TV Lab Series and market, at Episodio 0 at the Guadalajara Film Festival and at the NALIP Latino Media Market. The pilot script was a Second Rounder at the Austin Film Festival and rated 8/10 at FilmmarketHub. Maia’s directorial debut is with the short film The Grey in Between premiering at the New York Shorts in October 2022. Brace for Impact! is Maia’s first theater piece and is currently in development.
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Austin is a NYC-based actor, writer & producer. His latest work as an actor is in the Showtime series LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, now streaming. Before that he can be seen as a convict hacker in NBC's THE BLACKLIST, as well as the young Cooper Huckabee in NCIS, among many other television roles. A graduate of the STELLA ADLER ACADEMY OF THEATRE & ACTING in Los Angeles, his formative years were spent working in the LA theatre scene. There he acted frequently with THE VAGRANCY, an award-winning not-for-profit theatre company, as well as originated roles in works by LA playwright Timothy McNeil and UK transplant Ché Walker. He co-founded the Stella Adler Lab Series, Dark Fridays, and volunteered as performer, director and producer for A LIGHT IN DARK PLACES, a short play series associated with The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, an organization and cause dear to his heart. Austin is currently preparing the role of Solomon Gedney in Karin Abarbanel's new play, THE DUST of EGYPT about the life of Sojourner Truth, to be performed at Teatro LATEA on the Lower East Side in November 2022.