Founder - Producer - Director
Born in Israel, Eyal immigrated to the United States at the age of nine. Starting off in Long Island, he embarked on a journey for the next several years that took him to live in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Maryland. At 18, he joined the United States Air Force in the IT field and served 6 years on active duty. During this time he was stationed at Virginia, Colorado, South Korea, had two tours to Iraq, and numerous other TDY’s around the world. Shortly after separating from the Air Force, Eyal went to the art institute of Colorado to study digital filmmaking and video production. During this time he also opened a production studio in Colorado and ran that for 5 years. Life got in the way as it does at times, and forced Eyal to close his business and move to Louisiana. A couple of years later he moved to northeastern Pennsylvania where he now resides. Eyal has always created, even as a kid he would take still cameras and create stop motion animations using things lying around the house. His style tends to be dark and moody, but it doesn't always have to be.
“Just because you lost me as a friend, doesn't mean you gained me as an enemy. I'm bigger than that, I still wanna see you eat, just not at my table.” ~Tupac Amaru Shakur
Eyal's first instrument was a Violine in Elementary School, followed by a Trumpet in Middle School. When Eyal went to High School he joined the school Marching Band and played the drums.
In 2006, Eyal joined a cover band playing the guitar in South Korea with some other Airmen stationed there. Then In Colorado he started 3 bands where he played the drums for. Now he likes to jam with friends and lay down beats for fun.
Eyal's musical taste is very wide but there are a few genres he tends to fall back on like Punk, Ska, and 90's Grunge.