Jayna Sweet, born in Dallas, Texas, grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, where she discovered her passion for the arts at an extremely young age. In May 2010, she was cast as Victoria in the Disney Channel movie "Lemonade Mouth". In 2012, she moved to LA with her parents at just seventeen. Since the move, she has booked and completed six projects - including co-creating, co-writing, and co-starring in the pilot “Generation Now” - and released her first folk-indie-pop EP, "First Love." Her goals as an artist are to provoke thought, evoke emotion, and revoke judgment.
Matt Cooper is originally from Pennsylvania but has lived in California for the last 14 years. Matt has been involved in the art of acting for over 10 years. On stage he did them all : "Frost/Nixon", "The Odd Couple", "The Murder Room", "Don’t Mention My Name", "Relative Values", "Lysistrata" and "Habeus Corpus". It started with a passion for theater and has now evolved into film and TV. He currently resides in Los Angeles but still performs plays in Santa Barbara, where his heart resides, every year.
A member of the Golden Key Honor Society and professional equestrian, Stell graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology. In 2013, she worked on five other projects along with Pink Zone. On stage, she just finished an eight-week run of Women on Fire at the Little Theater in Santa Monica. Stell is also producing the short titled "Fragmented" and is currently writing a feature of her own.
Julian Brand was born in San Francisco, California, the son of a poet and an environmentalist. After graduating from high school, Julian was offered a Presidential Arts Scholarship to George Washington University, but chose instead to attend the NYU Tisch School of the Arts where he completed the Atlantic Theater Company studio training and also studied in the Gallatin School. While at Tisch, Julian starred in over 30 independent films, including a supporting roles in "Bad Dads" with Michael Cera and the Sundance award winning "Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same" with Alex Karpovsky. This year, he shot "Pink Zone" along with Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street".