Jenna grew up outside of Boston, MA and attended Harvard University where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. A member of both the swim and track teams at Harvard, she found a natural transition to a professional career as a triathlete. As a member of the US National Team, she finished 2nd at the 2009 US National Championships and represented the US at the 2012 Olympic Trials. After 10 years competing professionally, she retired in 2013 to pursue a career as an actress.
While navigating the difficult transition out of sport, and being told to “write what you know,” Jenna became aware of the brain health epidemic in the sports world. Wanting to understand why, she started researching the topic, and from there the idea for IDENTITY was born. She hopes the series will help to end the stigma around brain health, push the large governing bodies to better support athletes both during and after their careers and change how we place value on ourselves and understand our own personal identity.
Writer. Creator. Director. Producer.
Founder of 9ONE8 Pictures.
JUSTIN TREVOR WINTERS
Justin attended the University of California at Santa Barbara and majored in Film Studies with an emphasis in screenwriting and production. He began his career working in the Literary Department at Innovative Artists Talent and Literary Agency. He later joined Creative Artists Agency, and after assisting in launching numerous projects, decided to focus on his own screen-writing career.
Killing Winston Jones, his latest theatrical release, stars Richard Dreyfuss, Danny Glover and Jon Heder. Justin has sold projects to Comedy Central and his current development slate includes feature films and TV series, including one-hour dramas, half-hour single-camera comedies and various unscripted projects. An adjunct professor at The University of Arizona, founder of Sixty Second Script School, a former instructor at the UCLA Extension Writers' Program and regular contributor to FilmCourage.com, he is active and passionate about sharing his talents with others.
Producer. Partner 9ONE8 Pictures.
WALTER C. MAY
Walter May is a Los Angeles based Director and Executive Producer known for his directing work for brands such as Toyota, Starbucks, ESPN, Walmart, & Smirnoff. He has directed celebrity talent including Katy Perry, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Serena Williams, & Eminem.
Previous to London Alley, Walter helped developed Fox Networks Group's internal branded content studio, All City, as a lead creative. He also, has over 5 years experience within Advertising Agency walls as an internal hybrid Director/Editor/Creative talent at Los Angeles based 72andSunny.
In 2018, Walter directed a branded content piece for Uber called "Rolling with the Champion" which featured an honest political and social conversation from the perspective of NBA superstars LeBron James and Kevin Durant. The piece dominated the cultural landscape during NBA All Star weekend and went on to win a Cannes Lion.
Walter's collaborations have also won other advertising awards such as Grand Effies, One Show Awards, Webbies, and ThinkLA for his branded content directing and writing.
Aron Phillips is senior director of development at UNINTERRUPTED, a Los Angeles-based athlete empowerment brand founded by LeBron James and Maverick Carter. Prior to moving to Uninterrupted, he worked as a Development Executive at Springhill Entertainment. His production credits at Uninterrupted include, United We Stand: The Ali Summit 2018, The Carter Effect 2017, The Machine 2017-2018 and Can I Hang? 2017.
Aron runs point for Uninterrupted on IDENTITY.
Senior Director of Development.
Chris is a New York based writer and director who earned his Bachelor's degree from UVA and a Masters in creative writing from Columbia University. His past work includes collaborations with FX, Sony Music, KonMari Media, Questus Inc., OhMore Media, 10Ten Media and Baeblemusic. He has written and directed projects for a wide variety of mediums and genres, most recently including live performances featuring artists like James Bay, Frank Turner, Chvrches and Sofi Tukker.
Chris’ interest in IDENTITY stems from his longtime passion for running and his love for sports. A graduate of ACC powerhouse UVA, Chris has seen first hand the struggle many of his collegiate counterparts have faced exiting sport. His lighthearted and trustworthy nature make him an asset in the personal setting of documentary filmmaking.
Director of Photography/Editor for Trailers.
Dave was a musical prodigy as a child, beginning to play the cello and piano at age three and performing as a singer and actor on Broadyway and at the Metropolitan Opera at age seven. He trained as a classical cellist at the Juilliard School, and later graduated from Harvard University and the Juilliard School's Doctoral Program. A virtuoso in many styles on both piano and cello, Eggar has performed, recorded, and arranged for artists in many genres including Bon Jovi, John Legend, Amy Winehouse, Foreigner, Evanescence, Paul Simon, Taylor Swift, Coldplay and many others.
His own record, Kingston Morning, was nominated for a Grammy in 2011 for their version of Michael Brecker's epic song "Itsbynne Reel." His latest release: Aftermath: Music from and Inspired by the film War Story is a collaboration with Evanescence composer and front woman Amy Lee. The team composed the score to Marc Jackson's film and then released Aftermath as a soundtrack with bonus tracks. Aftermath debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Soundtrack Charts and No. 47 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart.
Composer. Music Supervisor.
Andrew Morgan is an internationally recognized filmmaker focused on telling stories for a better tomorrow. His experience includes a broad range of work that spans narrative and documentary for multiple film and media projects. Under the banner of his company, UnTold LA, Andrew has created powerful documentaries including The True Cost and recent release The Heretic. He graduated from the Los Angeles Film School where he majored in cinematography.