While working at the Art Institute of Chicago, Rebecca found herself drawn to the lives of artists and the histories they told through their work. She went on to study film directing at New York University Tisch School of the Arts. For three years she lived in South East Asia where she shot her first film, Chisel. Chisel premiered at the Palm Springs International Shortfest. Rebecca is also a Hollywood Foreign Press Association Fellow.
Born in Mumbai, Abhishek immigrated to Canada when he was three years old. His grandfather was a writer in India and fostered his passion for the craft of storytelling. Abhishek always loved the movies of Terry Gilliam and Neill Blomkamp so on a whim he scraped his money together to buy a small camera and shot a movie. That movie got him admitted into New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. His thesis film, The Stock Boy, won multiple craft awards at the First Run Film Festival in New York.
Before joining Pudu Productions Abhishek created commercial content for brands at Edelman, one of the largest PR companies in Canada. His clients included Starbucks, Becel, Halls, and Johnson's & Johnson’s.