Jakub Jožio is a Slovak cameraman and a student of cinematography at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. When he was still attending high school, Jakub got the opportunity to study photography and cinematography at the Film Academy of Miroslav Ondricek in Pisek, Czech Republic. He is one of the creators and the main cameraman of several award-winning student films which competed in Slovakia and Czech Republic. As the first assistant of camera, Jakub took part in multiple Czecho-Slovak productions which gained success in Slovakia but also abroad. He admires and takes inspiration from both foreign and Slovak cameramen such as Rodrigo Prieto, Roger Deaking, Emanuel Lubezki, Stanislav Szomolányi, Tomáš Juríček, Martin Štrba, and Martin Žiaran.
Jaro Stupák attended and graduated from Private School of Arts and Film in Košice. During high school, he devoted himself to filmmaking and after graduation, he got the opportunity to work on student films produced by VŠMU in Bratislava and FAMU in Prague. Jaro also took the chance to work with a Thai director Anocha Suwichakornpong, who directed a film presented at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006 and spent two years teaching at the Harvard University in the United States. Jaro is currently a student of film production at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava.