Daughter & Sons presents a documentary series for VICE Sports examining the ethics of the NFL's medical treatment of players.
MATT WYATT/FOUNDING PARTNER
Matt Wyatt's work has been featured on The Huffington Post, SportsCenter, AdWeek, Funny Or Die, College Humor, CNN, Good Morning America, and Tosh.0. His commercial directing credits include ESPN, Xbox, MSN, Totino's, Transamerica, Holiday Inn, and Movember.
He is a former Director of Creative for Disney Interactive, where he oversaw development and production of original and branded work for all Disney owned properties.
Matt is a UCB-trained comedian and a co-founding member of the sketch collective Invisible Engine. Also a writer, Matt was a finalist for the PAGE Award for screenwriting and the Warner Brothers Television Writing Workshop. His short form work was published in McSweeney's Mountain Man Dance Moves.
He is a graduate of the University of Southern California's School of Cinema-Television, an avid photographer, and a student of the Muay Thai martial art. He speaks pretty decent French and enjoys a good bran muffin.
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ADAM KURLAND/FOUNDING PARTNER
Adam Kurland is an award winning documentary filmmaker whose work has appeared on ESPN, Sundance Channel, MSG, Disney Channel, MTV and the FUSE network as well as sites like Roopster.com and Kanye West’s personal Blog.
His debut feature This is not a Robbery premiered at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival, and went on to win awards at several regional film festivals around the world. Following the success of the film, Adam was invited to participate in ESPN’s Peabody award winning 30 for 30 Film series. In 2011 Adam returned to ESPN to oversee the creation of a digital brand focused on short film and comedic content. He has directed commercial work for Pepsi, Ford, Bing, Lacoste, Vevo & Hollywood Records, and music videos for artist like Dr. Dog, Cymbals Eat Guitars & Battleme.
Born and currently residing in Los Angeles, Adam attended the University of Southern California's School of Cinema-Television, plays a steadily declining game of basketball and is currently at work on crafting the Perfect Bagel.
And yes, he’s Jewish.