Project & Serve

Espie randolph III


Espie is a director/writer originally from South Texas- a place he likes to refer to as “where dreams go to die.” After moving to Los Angeles 10 years ago, Espie cut his teeth as an actor in leading roles in films with Jessica Biel and guest starring on television shows like Black Jesus on HBO Max and a pilot with Wayne Brady. After writing and directing a winning pilot in the New York Television Festival that was optioned by Comedy Central, Espie has gone on to get his BFA in Filmmaking from the New York Film Academy and has produced many short films. His current short film about racial injustice in policing called “Project & Serve” is making a strong impact on the festival circuit this fall premiering at the Micheaux Film Festival. The film is also having its East Coast premiere and is a Jury Award Nominee at the upcoming March on Washington Film Festival. He has also currently begun working on finding funding for his first feature film.

AdiTYA GuptA


Aditya Gupta is a cinematographer based in Los Angeles. He studied cinematography from New York Film Academy. His works include projects in narrative, music video and commercial spaces consisting of horror, thriller, message picture, comedy and drama genres. He has experience working with a wide variety of film format to latest digital format cinema cameras.

Prince udeh


Prince was born in the city of Los Angeles California. He went to Frederick Douglass Academy where he studied the performing arts such as Drama, Singing, Dancing, and Music. He is known for playing the role of the 'Love Interest' in Popular Artist and Actress Indi Star Carey's music video Afterglow. He is also featured in other music videos and numerous commercials including Screw Feelings by Atlantic Records artist Au/Ra, WSS TV Commercial, Champ short film as a Boxer, and many other roles.

Cedric Sutton


Cedric started young, performing in his first live play at the age of 10.  He graduated from Long Beach State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre Art Performance/Directing.

Since officially starting his career, Cedric has played a wide range of characters including: Lysander in Shakespeare’s, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream;” a sensational crooner Conrad Birdie in the classic musical, “Bye, Bye, Birdie,” a cunning thief in the comedy play, “Thieves Carnival;” and the ultimate hero in the Superhero action short film, “Fantasy.”  In one play, the director recognized Cedric’s ability to be a chameleon and had Cedric warm up the crowd with a 5-minute solo comedy improv skit at the start of every show, performing characters such as Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Elmo, and Gollum from Lord of the Rings.

Cedric now spends most of his time writing, performing in, and producing various projects; spending time with family and friends; and helping out with the various charities he supports.

Bryan patrick Mcculley

"Police Officer"

Bryan Patrick McCulley is an award-winning Actor/Producer/Writer hailing from the Midwest. Known as a raw and gritty performer with more than eleven years of industry experience both above and below the line. He has worked opposite Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden and will be seen later this year in Writer/Director/Producer Mohit Ramchandani's film "Bonded" being Executive Produced by Luis Mandoki and starring Jason Patric, Alfredo Castro, Paulina Gaitan and Samm Levine.