Robert Binning is an active cryptocurrency enthusiast who was introduced to blockchain technology through mining bitcoin back in 2012. Robert has contributed to the success and sustainability of multiple cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum, and continues to mine transactions on multiple chains today. Before cofounding StreamSpace in 2016, Robert experimented with how distributed storage networks can be leveraged to improve the performance of various different multimedia applications. Robert attended the University of Texas, is an active member of the National Eagle Scout Association, and enjoys outdoor activities such as camping, hiking and alpine skiing.
James Baggett’s first foray into blockchain technology began in the early 2010s, trading bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Prior to co-founding StreamSpace, James spent his days developing real estate (navigating financiers, government entities, and value-add opportunities), and his nights monitoring the development of the blockchain community. In 2013, when the Ethereum white paper was published, it became clear to James that blockchain would have applications outside of currency. James graduated from the University of Portland, where he played Division 1 tennis. He is father to an incredible 1 year old boy, and enjoys exploring the outdoors with his family.
Hari Murugesan specializes in designing and writing system level software. Hari began programming at the age of twelve and worked in India and UK for five years as a software developer before moving to the US. He received his MS in Computer Engineering from University of Missouri (Rolla). He was introduced to Bitcoin as an efficient method of transferring money from India to the US. Hari is passionate about security, cryptography, and machine learning. In his free time, Hari is a water sports enthusiast and takes advantage of Austin’s live music scene.
Jose Tormo joined StreamSpace in 2017, bringing 30 years of business strategy and product marketing expertise with Fortune 500 technology leaders including Motorola, Hewlett Packard, and AMD. Jose received his BS and MS in Chemical Engineering from MIT and MBA from Stanford University. He is an avid motorcyclist and leads the South Austin Ukulele Jam, a loose collective of musicians.
Tanya Mayeux joined StreamSpace in 2017 as Administrative Coordinator. Before she moved to Austin, she taught English as a Second Language in New York City and South Korea and has helped hundreds of working professionals, engineers, and doctors acquire the world’s quirkiest language. Whether it’s running a classroom in Jamaica, Queens or managing an office in the heart of Austin’s startup scene, Tanya has found that success lies in the fine details that others often overlook. In her spare time, Tanya enjoys traveling, cooking, practicing nail art, and playing with her dogs.
Michael M. Robin is an award-winning Producer and Director who has worked on such high-profile series as "NYPD Blue”, "Nip/Tuck”, TNT's "The Closer", "Rizzoli & Isles", "Major Crimes" and “Dallas". He has earned Producing Emmys® for "NYPD Blue" and "L.A. Law" as well as three Golden Globes® for “Nip/Tuck”, "NYPD Blue” and "L.A. Law”. Robin began his career as a production assistant on the hit series "L.A. Law", where he worked his way up to Producer in the fourth season and later received an Emmy for his work on the series. He then segued to "Cop Rock" as a Producer, where he made his Directorial debut. He added a second producing Emmy and Directing nomination for his work on "NYPD Blue". Robin spent 11 years working for Steven Bochco before branching out on his own on the ABC TV show "C-16". Following "C-16", he began the Shephard/Robin Co. with Greer Shephard until 2017. Robin currently is in an Overall Development Deal with WBTV.
Jermaine Crawford is an actor best known for appearing on the HBO original series The Wire as Duquan "Dukie" Weems.
Tyler French is an actor and writer, known for Hunting Season (2012), The Meredith Vieira Show (2014) and Deadly Sins (2012).
Walker Hare is an actor and writer, known for The Blacklist (2013), BrainDead (2016) and Billions (2016).
Synergetic Film curates the world market for quality driven stories. Our goal is to provide audiences with engaging, thought-provoking, and memorable content. We release films theatrically and for the home, in addition to documentaries and series.
David Teixeira was born in France and lived most of his life in Portugal. In 2007 he directed and starred in the low-budget short-film "Sweet Madness." Two years later he wrote, directed, and composed for "The Continuous Noise" ("o ruido contínuo") a short-film based on his actual love life at the time. In 2012 he co-created a documentary for TV called "HABITAT" that premiered on national television in Portugal. In 2016 he started to write, produce & direct his first horror short-film, "Girls Night". "Girls Night" has been selected for film festivals such as the Video Nasty Film Festival in Seattle, Stockholm Independent Film Festival and Midsummer Scream Film Festival in LA. It received honorable mention at the London x4 Seasonal Shortfilm Festival and won the award for Best Indie Horror at Irish International Film Festival and Runner Up for Best Horror Short at Out of The Can Film Festival. David has now finished working on its sequel "Girls Night 2", which is set for release in late 2018.
Matthew Root is a sound designer turned award winning director. Since moving to South Korea in 2011 he has worked with clients such as Reebok and The Discovery Channel. In 2017 he complete his first feature length documentary titled AFTER THE SEWOL which picked up numerous awards during the 2017 international film festival circuit including Best Documentary at the World Documentary Awards.
Sergi Rubió has an extensive filmography dating back to 1993, which includes work as both director and producer of shorts and documentaries. At the age of 18, he directed his first feature-length film, Torrella, una vida pel cinema (1997), a biographical documentary on the life of Catalan writer Josep Torrella. He completed what became his first critical success, his short Mohamed (2001), which competed in various International Film Festivals. Along with awards, the film won him a scholarship to further his studies at the New York Film Academy. His films have been nominated at numerous festivals, including the Barcelona Independent Film Festival, the European Short Film Festival, and the Catalonian International Film Festival. In an era of analog format for video, Sergi always chose to shoot in celluloid, a choice he continues to defend to this day with the arrival of digital film.