ANNIE SIMON Costume Designer


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Annie Simon is a New York-based Costume Designer for film and theater.

Some of her recently released Feature films include Anesthesia, The Letter, Druid Peak, and Wildlike. A short she worked on, Before the Bomb, featured at the Cannes Film Festival.

Annie has won The Kennedy Center Award for Outstanding Costume Design for the play, Bartholomew Fair, at Muhlenberg college.

Annie received an MA from Muhlenberg College and BA from Tisch NYU.



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Best known for her role as the ambitious Tiger Mom on ABC’s “What Would You Do?” Rachel Lu has appeared on stage, films and TV commercials after graduating from Columbia University.

She was recently seen on stage in “Chinglish” as two hilarious translators at the Portland Center Stage in Oregon and at the Syracuse Stage in NY.

Rachel had previously worked with Ray Yeung on his short film “Paper Wrap Fire” which won Best Short at the New Hampshire Film Festival. Her other film credits include “Falling Awake”, “Beach Closed in Winter” and “Ghosts of the Heartland.”



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Darren Morze is a film and modern dance composer, music producer, and sound engineer.

Darren composed music for the short films Curfew, which won the 2013 Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Short Narrative Film. In 2014, BEFORE I DISAPPEAR, a feature length version of the short film, premiered at SXSW and Venice Film Festival. It is being distributed by IFC for a US theatrical release.

Darren is also an avid musician who has gone on tours with bands such as Jane’s Addiction and The Killers.




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Raised in Hong Kong, Elizabeth holds a BFA in dance from The Juilliard School and was a member of the Alvin Ailey Repertory Dance Company. She moved to Los Angeles where she studied acting with renowned teachers Sanford Meisner and Milton Katselas. She received her MFA in directing from the American Film Institute and was one of three women selected for the prestigious ABC/DGA Television Directing Fellowship.

Her memorable film appearances include “The Joy Luck Club”, “Memoirs of a Geisha”, “Ping Pong Playa” and “Go For Sisters” among many others.

On television, Elizabeth starred as Luan Volien Abbott on the popular daytime soap, “The Young and The Restless”. She has also guest starred on “Shameless”, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, “Hawaii Five-0”, “Bones”, ” NCIS – LA”, “FlashForward”, “The Forgotten” “Desperate Housewives”, “House”, “The Sopranos”, “NYPD Blue”, “Mike and Molly”, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Suite Life on Deck”, to list a few.

Elizabeth received the Best Supporting Actress Award at both the 2013 Asians on Films Festival and the 9th Annual Chinese American Film festival.



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Paul Turner is a classically trained pianist and keyboard player, often fusing an eclectic mix of classical and contemporary into his own distinctive style.

He has been commissioned to write and produce music for the World Cup, Champions League Final, Virgin Music awards, Sony and Nokia.

Paul has also worked closely with renowned composer Ludovico Einaudi, producing and editing content for broadcast.

Front Cover is his second collaboration with Ray Yeung.




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Sonia is an Italian actress and tango dancer. She studied acting in Rome and worked there until 2012 when she happily relocated to NYC.

As an actor her favourite NYC credits include: Lying and Eurydice’s Dream (for this show she’s been honoured with 2013 IT Award for Choreography), Blessed Unrest (Interart Theater), The Event Of A Thread with Ann Hamilton and SITI Company (Park Avenue Armory).

In Italy as a tango dancer her original work with her company Tango di Pietra has been produced and toured all over the country, credits include: Alizé En Danse (Teatro Eliseo, Rome) and Bel Vedere, (Santarcangelo dei Teatri Festival, Italy).

KATE RANCE Production Designer


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Kate Rance is an award-winning Production Designer with a background in Scenic Design for theater.

A graduate from St. Martins School of Arts in London, Kate’s films have been shown at festivals worldwide including twice at Cannes (nominated for the Palme D’or in 2012) and have also won their categories at festivals including SXSW and the LA Film Festival. Kate’s work on GO DOWN DEATH has recently won Best Art Direction at the Beloit Film Festival 2014.

STAN GUINGON – Co-Producer

Stan Vidal Guingon, is a producer and actor of independent short films.

He was Producer of a short film, FATED ECHOES, a Zen Station project.

He has worked behind the scenes as Co-Producer and Associate Producer in various Ray Yeung productions including PAPER WRAP FIRE, ENTWINE, and DEREK & LUCAS.

He was the Associate Producer on other shorts including HOME COOKING, and AUTUMN RHAPSODY. FRONT COVER is his first feature as Co-Producer.



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Benjamin appeared in the role of “Malcolm” and “The Porter” in Punchdrunk’s SLEEP NO MORE between 2011-2014.

After receiving his M.F.A. from The New School for Drama, he joined the cast of the Public Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park, where he appeared in MEASURE FOR MEASURE and ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.

At The Public, he also workshopped CHINGLISH by David Henry Hwang and UNEXPLORED INTERIOR by Jay O.Sanders.

Television work includes the hit web series HIGH MAINTENANCE and USA series ROYAL PAINS.




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James grew up in New York state, and attended UPENN and Yale before living and working as an actor in NYC, where he quickly began working in Off Broadway theater, TV, film, commercials, and audiobooks.

For 2 seasons he played CSU Detective Adrian Sung on Law & Order: SVU, and has worked opposite artists such as Kate Winslet, Jim Carey, and Tilda Swinton in international studio films including The Amazing Spiderman, Mr. Popper’s Penguins, Labor Day, and We Need To Talk About Kevin.

Regionally some of the wonderful theaters he has worked at are the Chautauqua Theater Company, The Guthrie Theater, and the Philadelphia Theater Company.

Of his dozen plus narrated audiobooks, some of his favorite titles include “Prayer of the Dragon” and “Death and Resurrection” which can be found at

As an upcoming writer and filmmaker, his latest short The Swap has already been accepted into festivals. He received an MFA in Acting at Yale School of Drama, where he got a Dexter Wood Luke Memorial Prize.