Sebastian Conley


Emmy-winning producer/director Sebastian Conley has over ten years experience creating, writing, and directing web and animation content for clients such as Subway, the NHL, and Condé Nast.

With his brother Ben, he directed over 100 webisodes for Condé Nast's blog network in 2008 alone. The Daily Special, a daily comedy/news show for women won an honorable mention at the 2008 Webby Awards.

Sebastian co-directed and animated the online series 'Being Stanley' which depicted the fictional life of the Stanley Cup in Trophy Land and which won him an Emmy in 2007.

Sebastian completed a five year MFA in film writing and directing at Columbia University and studied traditional animation at the Cuckoo's Nest Hanna Barbera Studio in Taiwan.

He graduated cum laude from Harvard where he drew a daily comic strip for the school paper and founded the humor magazine DEMON. His cartoons have also appeared on Good Morning America and in MAD magazine.

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Ben Conley
producer/director of photography/sound designer

Ben Conley is a director of photography, editor and producer.

Ben has produced videos for a range of clients including Condé Nast and Subway. In 2008 he shot a news story for ABC on location in Indonesia. His production experience also includes work for MTV and VH1.

While in film class at UCLA, Benjamin produced, directed and edited his first short film Taken in 2007. A native Californian, Benjamin is a graduate of UC Berkeley.

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Nitin Madan

Nitin Madan is known best for his documentary work for television in New Delhi. He moved to New York in 1998 and has since written five feature length screenplays, written and directed two short films and is currently producing a documentary on French architect Le Corbusier's work in Chandigarh, India.

In addition to his extensive Production background in India, Nitin is also a Producer on Asian America, a TV program syndicated by PBS, and has been a Film Critic on WNYE 89.9 FM.

A graduate of the MFA program in Film from Columbia University, Nitin was an adjunct faculty member of the Humanities Department at New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Education.


Daniel Scot Kadin
executive producer

Daniel Scot Kadin is a Partner and Executive Producer at Got Lucky Pictures, a company producing films in the US and in India with a focus on international productions.

Since completing NYU's Undergraduate film program, he has worked extensively in television, theatre and film, directing plays in the USA and in France. His television work includes 2 seasons working on-set for Sesame Street, the television pilot "Accidental Kindness", an industrial videos focusing on New York City's real estate industry. Daniel was a producer with Film Fanatics Productions, which created documentaries on international film festivals, including Cuba and Berlin and Venice. He is currently co-producing a documentary on Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier's work in India, directed by Nitin Madan.

Favorite theater productions include Pinter's Une Pour la Route in English and French in Paris; Garcia Lorca's The Maiden the Mariner and the Student, at Shakespeare & Company (Paris), and Bulgakov's Heart of a Dog which he directed for the stage at Theater for the New City.

Got Lucky Pictures is currently producing features films and documentaries and funding television pilots in addition to other entertainment ventures, both in America and India.



Kishori Rajan
associate producer

Prior to her joining the team for Colin Hearts Kay, Kishori produced the SAG short film "Adán", while working as an Executive Assistant at Entropy Films and in the communications department at Newsweek Magazine. 

Kishori has interned extensively within the entertainment industry in various capacities, having worked at companies such as the BBC, New Line Cinema, and Goldcrest Films International. Her previous short films have been screened at various film festivals around the country.

She is a recent graduate of Columbia University, where she studied film and served as president of Columbia's film production organization.

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Wen-Jay Ying
stylist / music coordinator

Wen-Jay graduated from Boston University with a degree in psychology. She has worked on styling projects with companies such as Parents Magazine and Frontline.

Her involvement in music began at the age of nine, when her parents convinced her to learn the piano and violin. She has since strayed from her classical training and has become involved in Brooklyn bands The Eskalators, Archipelego, Laura Stevenson and The Cans, ACLU Benefit and The Honey Dos.

Wen-Jay finds inspiration from her friends, Brooklyn, vivid dreams and the kind of imagination that can only be found in childhood. She would like to thank her dog for his constant support.

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John Kim
1st AC, key gaffer, key grip

John has had extensive experience in almost all facets of film and video production. He worked as a production coordinator for MTV, a cinematographer for the BBC and a DVD author for Saturday Night Live and Sesame Street.

John has freelanced as a producer/shooter/editor for numerous music videos, documentaries and science videos that have been distributed via internet, television and DVD.

John is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and the BBC's professional training program in London. During his spare time he writes for the technology blog Geekanerd.

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Travis John Harrell
key PA

Travis came to work on "Colin Hearts Kay" as a newly minted college graduate from University of California at Santa Barbara.  Travis received his Bachelor's degrees in both Film & Media Studies and Sociology where he worked on several student film productions.

The move to NYC just days after graduation was an incredible opportunity and he is grateful for the on-set education he received. Working in several aspect of production was interesting and challenging and cemented his desire to work in film as a career.

Back in California now Travis is ready to pack his bags and move to wherever the next film opportunity takes him.

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Vince Manapat

Vince Manapat is an attorney practicing entertainment and business law in New York City. He provides advice on all of the business and legal aspects of film production, including LLC formation, securities compliance, contracts, and intellectual property issues. Vince also represents clients in the music and publishing industries. In addition to Colin Hearts Kay, some of Vince's current film clients include Adam Underground, Workbench Productions, and 2i Pictures.

Vince is a graduate of Villanova Law School and Gettysburg College.