Hapa Media Inc.

Our mission is a commitment to telling relevant and exciting stories through ethnically-diverse and gender-varied lenses. We noted that contemporary media is often the same stories being told by the same people. This severe underrepresentation of minority and gender parity inspired us to tell everyone else's stories. Our focus is on creating opportunities for minorities in all parts of a film cast & crew by creating and executing universal stories that are actually universal.


Leah Kreitz is a storyteller in New York City. She received her BA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Stage & Screen Acting. After seeing story after story of standard narrative seen through the eyes of white men, she decided to start telling the stories of everyone else. She is a writer, actor, singer, dancer, and model. Her work has been seen on screens & stages from the Las Vegas strip to the Tribeca Film Festival. She is also a resident artist with off-off-broadway company New Light Theater Project.


Gabe Quiroga is a sound professional based in NYC. He has worked as an on-location sound mixer, sound designer, composer, and audio engineer on numerous projects including short and feature film, documentary, reality television, corporate video, live events, and new media. His creative work focuses on sound/image interaction and blurring the lines between composing and sound design. In addition to audio, he's also an illustrator. His visual work, ranging from nude figures to branding to promotional posters, is always looking for ways to change and evolve. Fluidity and personal style are his modus operandi. He is currently working on his graphic novel and on perfecting human anatomy.


Dana Kreitz is an Actor, Producer, Model & All-Around Performer from Los Angeles, San Diego & Las Vegas. She has a BA from University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Stage & Screen Acting too! Since graduating, she has loved performing professionally in theatre, television & film across the country alongside actors such as Christopher Macdonald, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Adam Pally & Rachel York. She passionately explores devising & developing work, specifically with an emphasis on minority representation. Married to Actor, Theatre Artist & Founding Artistic Director of Revolution Shakespeare Company (a Classical Company devoted to diverse representation), Griffin Stanton-Ameisen.


Chelsea B. Lockie hails from Elko, NV, the home of Cowboy Poetry. She received her BA in Stage and Screen Acting from UNLV and has been pursuing her passion for the direction, development, and performance of new work for theatre and film for the last 10 years in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and NYC in regional and Off-Broadway productions. She is a founding member for Studio 1945 (NYC), and directed the company’s first feature length film, The Cold Trap (post-production). She is forever grateful for the immeasurable love and kindness from both her family and hometown.