Magnetic Deviation

A short film.

the team

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Daniel Kirby

Daniel Kirby (Writer/Producer/Martin) is an actor and writer living in NYC. Film credits include the features Blackfunk and Everyone Knows McGee, and the short Incognito, which played at the New York Invitational Film Festival. Recent NY stage credits include: Look Me in the Eyes (The American Renaissance Theater Company), Blood and Water (The Kraine Theater) and Super (The Hudson Guild Theater). He is an alumnus of Colby College and the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute, a member of the American Renaissance Theater Company, and a current student at the Kimball Studio. Hobbies include film photography and rooting for bad baseball teams.


John Robert Hammerer

John Robert Hammerer (Director) is a NYC-based director and editor. His previous short film “The Frog and the Racecar” was screened at the Anthology Film Archives in New York in addition to a broader festival run. He most recently directed an episode of the New York Shakespeare Exchange's ongoing web series The Sonnet Project and has worked in the editorial department on projects such as "Girls," "Crashing," "Elementary," and "The Greatest Showman." He received a BFA in Film/Television from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

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Trevor Mulchay

Trevor Mulchay (Freddy) is an active actor and improv comedian in New York. Originally hailing from Southern California, Trevor came out to the east coast to study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. There he performed in such roles as Bernard Nightingale in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia and Bobby Strong in Urinetown. He regularly performs with the Improv group Rivals in venues throughout NYC. He is currently trying to teach himself how to play the piano, which is irrelevant but emblematic of his aspirational nature.


Sarah Boneysteele

Sarah Boneysteele (Associate Producer) is an NYC-based actress and producer raised in California and London. She is an alumna of Colby College and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art whose great regrets in life include the loss of her British accent and her love of expensive and hard-to-find cheeses.


Kevin Burns

Kevin Burns (Producer) is an NY/NJ-based filmmaker. He is experienced in various roles of production on music videos, shorts, features and television. His credits include the documentary A Shot in the Dark and TV dramas such as Mr. Robot and The Blacklist. Making stupid voices being one of Kevin's favorite pastimes, he also dabbles in voice acting - working with the likes of Sprite and General Mills.