Jun graduated from Princeton University where he developed his technical and visual grasp of the film process. His completed film works include a feature length film, two screenplays that are under consideration at major talent agencies, and a variety of short fiction and documentary films. His experience ranges from the zenith of commercial film (working under the producer of The Terminator and The Walking Dead TV Series) to the vanguard of art cinema (working for Anthology Film Archives in New York). Beyond filmmaking, Jun has also served as president of a film society dedicated to broadening the horizons of moviegoers and contributed to a forthcoming book on the art of the filmmaker Harry Smith. Jun continues to develop his own projects and brings his knowledge from every sector of his experience to bear on the work he does for Triptych's clients.
Since graduating from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in 2014, Daniel has worked as a video editor for a number of clients. He has edited promos, interviews, and trailers for a variety of organizations, including General Electric and the Producers Guild of America. He has also worked on several features, serving as an editorial assistant to Ray Hubley (Dead Man Walking), an associate editor for Jay Craven (Northern Borders), and as the lead editor on two independent features: Water, starring Idina Menzel and Michael Shannon, and Group in the Catskills, starring Sophie Traub. More recently, he has assisted photographer Eric Johnson (Upstairs at Eric’s) on the production of a music video, shot on 16mm. Daniel recently finished directing his first feature, which is currently in post-production. As a founding member of Triptych Films, Daniel hopes to use his experience as an editor and filmmaker to enrich and enliven every project.
Hailing from the snowy wonderland of Buffalo, New York, Alex is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he studied film and television production. His professional experience branches across all areas of film, television, and digital projects: he has interned with the production and research departments at NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, contributed to the feature length documentary Southern Rites (currently airing on HBO,) and, most recently, worked as a team member on a multinational shoot for Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. In addition, his own film and written work has gone viral — landing, amongst other places, on the Huffington Post and the front page of Buzzfeed (even once earning a spot on the coveted “Web Videos You Need To See This Week” list, which made his parents weirdly proud.) Alex’s unique voice and devotion to the craft of filmmaking will ensure each Triptych project is exciting, engaging, and wholly original.