CREATOR / WRITER / PRODUCER
David Wynn is a writer/film-maker & owner of Kensho wine/sake bar in Hollywood
David started making films as a young snowboarder/skateboarder. After college, he began making short documentaries on artists & musicians in Los Angeles and moved into producing culinary events and filming behind the scenes creative processes.
His first social impact short documentary ‘Change’ was screened at the New Urbanism Film Festival where he was invited as guest speaker to discuss the power of art & creativity in Los Angeles being an agent to fostering community.
With a family background in hospitality & working extensively in event production, design & marketing, David’s life now consists of directing the dual vision of operating restaurants while producing documentaries surrounding entrepreneurs, artists, designers and philanthropists who are defining the new creative identity of America.
David started writing collaboratively with his younger brother and is in development of a sci-fi trilogy entitled, “Lucid City”
Instagram // @david.j.wynn
Nathan Wilson has spent the last twenty-five years as a Cinematographer and a Director making feature films, commercials and documentaries on every continent. Nathan spent his formative years splitting his time between Northern New Mexico and Los Angeles, California. He started working in the film industry at age 18. He studied painting and color theory at the Accademia di Belli Arti in Venice, Italy.
Nathan’s work can be seen in Episodes of David Fincher’s Mindhunter, Taylor Sheridan’s Yellowstone, and Nicolas Refn Winding’s Too old to Die Young.
This year Nathan is pursuing his twin passions of boxing and cuisine by doing short documentaries about boxers, chefs, sommeliers and craftsmen in Los Angeles.