Editor / Shooter / Director

Sean Nalaboff is a film director and screenwriter from Oyster Bay, New York and a graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. As a protégé of commercial director Matthew Rolston, Sean got his start directing campaigns for a mix of clients in the editorial, advertising, and entertainment fields including Time Inc., ESPN, and Amazon.

Sean is a contributor to MovieMaker Magazine and his work has been featured in The New York Times. His videos have collected over ten million views on Youtube. In 2016, Sean made his feature film directorial debut, "Hard Sell," starring Kristin Chenoweth which was acquired by Entertainment One and given a theatrical release. He is currently in post-production on his next film, "Kingfish" starring Molly Ringwald and produced by Yellow Cote Productions.



Jared Greenman is a producer from Oyster Bay, NY. Jared spent his early career in the New York City tech scene focusing on company growth and expansion. He started on the original team at SaaS technology firm SinglePlatform where he helped to quickly expand its business across the U.S. He was considered an instrumental part in its $100 million acquisition by Constant Contact. He later joined StellaService, another venture backed firm with over $35 million in funding from notable investors including Comcast, Battery and Norwest Ventures. He built strategic relationships with some of the largest eCommerce companies in the world. 

In 2013 Jared entered the film and production space. He teamed up with Yellow Cote Co-Founder, Sean Nalaboff, and began developing his first feature film Hard Sell starring Kristin Chenoweth. Jared was responsible for fostering the project from start to finish, from financing and running the production, to its ultimate sale to leading independent distributor Entertainment One (Released Spring 2016). Next up on his producing slate is the feature film "Kingfish" to be released in 2019. 

Jared is a graduate of Trinity College in Connecticut and has completed advanced programs at Harvard's Graduate School of Design.