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About the Team

The Arrival team is a group of four creatives in their late 20’s working together to create a moving story

Director and Animator Alex Myung started the project by brainstorming the story based on his experiences dating in New York City, and created a successful Kickstarter campaign, raising $20,000 for production costs. He was joined by Producer Amy Benaroya soon after, a close friend from the School of Visual Arts. Together, they started Lemonfish Studios with Arrival as the first production, developed the plot and finalized the storyboards. 

In December 2013, Nashville based music studio Upright T-Rex, founded by Ross Wariner and Cody Uhler joined the project and composed 13 unique tracks for the film which were recorded with a live orchestra in Nashville, TN.

Arrival is the first of many projects they hope to collaborate on in the future (specifically while smiling in front of yellow doors)


  Alex Myung is the Director and Animator of Arrival. Myung’s first film ‘Juxtaposed' was completed in 2009 and went on to receive nominations for 'Best Film” and ‘Best Art Direction' at the SVA Dusty Film Festival. The short was also broadcast on WNET as part of their Reel 13 programming, while participating in a festival run. Myung was adopted from South Korea and raised in Albany, NY. In 2005 he moved to NYC where he graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a BFA in 2D Animation. He has spent the past five years working as a Tech Designer for companies such as Tiffany’s, Diane von Furstenberg, DKNY, and 3.1 Phillip Lim. 

 

Alex Myung is the Director and Animator of Arrival. Myung’s first film ‘Juxtaposed' was completed in 2009 and went on to receive nominations for 'Best Film” and ‘Best Art Direction' at the SVA Dusty Film Festival. The short was also broadcast on WNET as part of their Reel 13 programming, while participating in a festival run.

Myung was adopted from South Korea and raised in Albany, NY. In 2005 he moved to NYC where he graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a BFA in 2D Animation. He has spent the past five years working as a Tech Designer for companies such as Tiffany’s, Diane von Furstenberg, DKNY, and 3.1 Phillip Lim. 

  Amy Benaroya is the Producer of Arrival. Originally from Queens, NY, Amy met Alex Myung while earning her BFA in Film at the School of Visual Arts. She has been working in independent film for almost a decade, starting out as Associate Producer and Assistant Director for feature film The Sunshine Girl, winner of the ’John Muir Gold Award at the Yosemite Film Festival and the Spirit of Moondance Award at the Moondance International film festival.  Amy went on to edit ’The Day I Met Her,’ a short film which won the short film award at the West Hollywood International film festival, and was an Official Selection of the Anthology Film Archive. 

 

Amy Benaroya is the Producer of Arrival. Originally from Queens, NY, Amy met Alex Myung while earning her BFA in Film at the School of Visual Arts. She has been working in independent film for almost a decade, starting out as Associate Producer and Assistant Director for feature film The Sunshine Girl, winner of the ’John Muir Gold Award at the Yosemite Film Festival and the Spirit of Moondance Award at the Moondance International film festival. 

Amy went on to edit ’The Day I Met Her,’ a short film which won the short film award at the West Hollywood International film festival, and was an Official Selection of the Anthology Film Archive. 


Cody Uhler and Ross Wariner (left to right)  In 2001, Ross Wariner and Cody Uhler met in Nashville Tennessee and have been creating music together ever since. The shape of their musical character culminates from studying classical and jazz harmony, a fondness for analog synthesizers, and manipulating sound via analog tape machines.  In 2011 they founded Upright T-Rex Music, a custom music company specializing in film, television, gaming, and web products. Their commercial credits include custom music for companies such as Instagram, Aol, Google, The Verge, Quickbooks, Dots, Penguin, and VHX. In their free time, they release solo records under the monikers 'Uncle Skeleton' and 'Nahnee Bori,' respectively. They currently reside in New York City.

Cody Uhler and Ross Wariner (left to right) 

In 2001, Ross Wariner and Cody Uhler met in Nashville Tennessee and have been creating music together ever since. The shape of their musical character culminates from studying classical and jazz harmony, a fondness for analog synthesizers, and manipulating sound via analog tape machines.  In 2011 they founded Upright T-Rex Music, a custom music company specializing in film, television, gaming, and web products. Their commercial credits include custom music for companies such as Instagram, Aol, Google, The Verge, Quickbooks, Dots, Penguin, and VHX. In their free time, they release solo records under the monikers 'Uncle Skeleton' and 'Nahnee Bori,' respectively. They currently reside in New York City.