MATT NIEHOFF (Director/Writer/Producer/Editor) was born and raised in Louisville Kentucky.  After graduating from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Niehoff went to work on a number of short films and commercial productions and directed the 2004 cult short film “Stripped.”

In addition to his work in video and film production, Niehoff also performed in multiple bands including local favorites Four Story Failure and Five Second Zero.

In 2007, Matt began working with Videobred Inc. in Louisville as an editor and motion graphics artist. He’s worked on commercials for clients such as GE, Papa John’s and McDonald’s and was nominated for the 2011 Advertising Federation of Louisville’s “Hot 10″ award for young talent.

“Overtime” is Niehoff’s feature film directorial debut.

BRIAN CUNNINGHAM (Director of Photography/Writer/Producer), a Louisville native, has written and produced numerous award winning short films, including “Living the Fairytale” (2006) and “Oscar’s Mother” (2004).

After graduating from the University of Kentucky with a degree in telecommunications, Cunningham began working as a freelance grip and videographer.  After being hired by Videobred, Inc. in Louisville, Cunningham began work as a producer, writer, and director of photography for clients such as Maker’s Mark and Papa John’s.

His newest short film, “Leroy and the Meaning of Life” will premiere later this year via web and DVD at  Overtime is his feature film debut.