Daniel Albanese
director, cinematographer, producer
Daniel “Dusty” Albanese is the New York based photographer and filmmaker behind the website TheDustyRebel. Shaped by his background in anthropology, he has built a worldwide following documenting the more marginal aspects of the urban landscape, as well as controversial artworks, and political protests. In 2017, he began production on his first feature length documentary and book exploring the global Queer Street Art movement.
In 2013, he gave a series of lectures on street photography at Wheaton College as part of their Techpaths Lecture Series and the Evelyn Danzig Haas Visiting Artists Program. He has also been a reoccurring guest speaker for the City College of New York, as well as at Stanford University, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Adelphi University, and MoMA PS1. Daniel has been interviewed for several street art documentaries such as, Janz In the Moment; Stick To It; and 190 Bowery.

His work has also been prominently featured in several books, such as Banksy. You Are An Acceptable Level of Threat (4th edition); Art Is Trash by Francisco de Parajo; Post No Bills Poems by Robert Janz; Let Her Be Free by Icy & Sot; Women of Resistance: Poems For A New Feminism; A Wild and Precious Life: A Memoir by Edie Windsor; #ICPConcernedGlobal Images for Global Crisis.
Jonathon Roessler 
Producer
Jonathon Roessler is a graduate of Vassar College and the MFA Film program at Columbia University. While at Columbia, Mr. Roessler obtained a dual degree in Producing and Writing as well as teaching in the undergraduate film department. After producing the Sundance award-winning short film The Dawn Chorus, Mr. Roessler went on to write, direct, and produce the high school satire First Period. This short was awarded the inaugural music grant from ASCAP that provided for a 20-piece live orchestra and went on to win numerous film festivals as well as the Directors Guild of America (DGA) Short Film Award. It has also racked up nearly 3 million views on YouTube. Since moving to Los Angeles, Mr. Roessler has written for episodic television including Grendel (Netflix), Teen Wolf (MTV), Cupid (ABC), The Beautiful Life(CW), My Life With the Walter Boys (Netflix), and Overnight (Sony International). His pilots include the sci-fi thriller Colony for Hulu as well as an adaptation of The New York Times best-selling novel Over You for One. His first original play River Phoenix is Dead recently world-premiered in Los Angeles. He is currently writing a neo-noir thriller for Paramount.

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