Lukas Dong

Growing up in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and New York City, Lukas first fell in love with filmmaking by studying architectural spaces and finding ways to bring the subtle details to life. As his career developed, he found a natural pull towards design-oriented content and telling the stories of those who go above and beyond for perfection.

Lukas has directed films and interviews with artists, designers, and architects around the world including Bjarke Ingels, Björn Ulvaeus (ABBA), Roy Choi, Kengo Kuma, and many more.

Lukas is currently based in Los Angeles, and directs narrative and documentary content for leading brands.


Andrew Schneider

Andrew's very first word was 'car'. Heavily inspired by the BMW films starring Clive Owen, he knew he wanted to blend his passion for film and automotive at a young age.

After graduating from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, he partnered with Cody Autterson to create 'Day In LA', a short film that helped bring Porch House to life. Andrew believes in great story telling and is most comfortable behind the camera in a pursuit vehicle. He lives for early mornings, and great drives with awesome people.

Andrew is currently working on an unscripted automotive television series that is repped by WME.


Jake Dyson

Jake is an Australian born, Vancouver based photographer who landed on the west coast a decade ago and hasn’t looked back.

Picking up his first camera as a school kid, he’s always been drawn to life as experienced through the lens and the power of shadows and angles to transform a story.

Coming up in action sport and documentary and still deeply connected to these roots, his passions have evolved to include the fast paced world of automotive and exacted eye of luxury lifestyle. He was recently named Top 200 AD PHOTOGRAPHERS by Lürzer's Archive.

Constantly pushing boundaries in his work and his life, he explores the wild coastlines of his adopted home atop his motorcycle, documenting the subculture through themes of adrenalin and escapism.


Jeremy Pettit

Jeremy’s humble beginnings of documenting skate and snow culture in the streets and mountains of British Columbia ultimately catapulted him around the world to make independent and branded films. Since day one Jeremy has lived the lifestyle he captures, earning an authenticity that cannot be bought and helping him forge an instant connection with his subjects.

Jeremy Pettit’s directorial work was been awarded by Vimeo, Adweek, Snowboarder Magazine, and The Reels Film festival.  Most recently he received a Gold Telly award for Outstanding Branded Documentary Series and a Vimeo Staff pick for his Toyota branded series “Beyond the Bib”.  

Producers liken Jeremy to a ‘Swiss Army Knife’ due to his comfort in all stages of film production including a strong editing style and comfort behind the camera.  His eye for beauty and ability to find raw, emotional moments crossed with a history of action-driven stories result in beautifully shot, poetic films that bring the audience as close to his subjects' persona and emotions, as to the intensity of the action.

Jeremy lives in Los Angeles with his family.


Matt Hopkins

Matt Hopkins is an acclaimed director known for his focus on documentary-style filmmaking and travel narratives, often seamlessly blending the two. With an extensive portfolio spanning over 50 countries, he has collaborated with notable clients such as Land Rover and the BBC.

Matt's hallmark is crafting immersive, emotionally resonant content, whether he's capturing authentic narratives from real people or orchestrating compelling performances from cast talent.

His dedication to infusing humanity into commercial storytelling distinguishes his work in the industry.