Titus (they/them) is a motion graphics artist and animator born and raised in San Francisco, who now currently lives in Portland, Oregon. Most of Titus' inspiration comes from light, color, and the motion they see on their day-to-day travels. The learning never stops! Nothing makes Titus happier than studying and applying that knowledge to their work. When Titus isn't creating, you can find them skating, chillin with their partner and cat eating snacks, and adventuring around the Pacific Northwest.
Titus joined the team in spring 2021. Whether you're looking for a motion artist to collaborate with, or are wanting to talk about the intricacies and mysteries of light theory, Titus is your dude!
Paulina (any pronouns), also known as Pau Strange, is a Mexican nonbinary lesbian, musician, singer, songwriter, guitarist, and composer specialized in film & TV score. Currently residing in Mexico City, they graduated from Núcleo Integral de Composición (NICO) with a degree in Music for Film, TV & Theatre. Since 2018 they have worked in the music department of several films and TV series, including Netflix's "The Three Deaths of Marisela Escobedo" and "The Search" as well as various indie short films like "Días Pequeños" and "ADA Office."
Paulina joined the team in spring 2021. She's very passionate about equality and queer narratives and constantly participates in LGBTQ+ visibility, dialogues, and spaces.
Since forming Rad Bren Productions in 2011, Bren (they/them) has produced several award-winning stage productions and musicals, an LGBTQ documentary film (Out in Alabama), two radio shows, multiple web series, and numerous events, including cast-attended fan events for South of Nowhere and All My Children. In addition to their experience in marketing, production, and fundraising, Bren is also currently the Prop Designer for the Chicago College of Performing Arts.
Bren joined the team in late 2019 after finding The Clexa Project on Twitter. Since then, Bren has supported the film in all areas related to marketing, fund development, distribution, and strategic partnerships.
Erika (she/her) is a queer video editor passionate about strengthening the LGBTQ+ filmmaking community. In 2014 she filmed and edited the 2nd place award-winning documentary in the Freedom & Unity TV Youth Film Competition. Two years later she acquired a B.A. from Bennington College.
Erika also co-edited a documentary (Our Trails Too) that received the first annual Outdoor Adventure Film Grant presented by the OregonMade Creative Foundation, Oregon Film, and Travel Oregon.
Erika joined the team in late 2018 after meeting Rachel and Margot at a ClexaCon convention earlier that year. In spring 2021, Erika's billing title expanded to "Editor and Associate Producer" to reflect her overall professional and financial contributions to the project.
Margot (she/her) is an original co-founder of The Clexa Project and assistant director of Love Me Bait Me since late 2016.
Margot first met Rachel while working at the Gender & Sexuality Equity Center (GSEC) as a Queer Program Coordinator. After graduating from CSU, Chico with a degree in Women's Studies, Margot worked as a Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocate before making a career transition to queer family planning with a boutique law firm.
Margot is especially passionate about elevating silenced voices within the LGBTQ+ community, specifically at the intersection of religion and sexuality.
Rachel (she/her) is an original co-founder of The Clexa Project and director of Love Me Bait Me since late 2016.
Rachel graduated from CSU, Chico with degrees in Women’s Studies and Finance, after working for four years at the Gender & Sexuality Equity Center. Her passion for social justice and personal relationship to queer media are reflected in her efforts to produce Love Me Bait Me.
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