Céline Danhier is the Creative Director for Bunny Lake and continues to direct a number of the company’s videos. Danhier made her transition into film after receiving a master’s degree from the Sorbonne in France. Danhier began her career at the Paris-based independent production house, Les Enrages. After moving to New York in 2007, Danhier worked as an art director for various photo shoots and moved between fashion and film before directing the acclaimed feature documentary “Blank City.” Danhier has directed videos for Bunny Lake clients, including: Calvin Klein, Louis Vuitton, Tommy Hilfiger, Estée Lauder, Microsoft and Swing Left. Most recently, Danhier co-directed the winning PSA for New York State’s Wear-a-Mask contest with Bunny Lake’s piece, "We ❤️ NY", which has aired on TV across the state. Her work has debuted across multiple platforms, including i-D Magazine, Vogue, Nowness and Purple Magazine.
Rachel Dengiz is a two time Emmy Award winning producer. She began her career working for independent filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, working on both “Coffee & Cigarettes,” and “Broken Flowers”. Her recent credits include: “17 Blocks” directed by Davy Rothbart, which premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival, won best documentary feature at the Woodstock Film Festival 2019, and will be released by MTV Documentary Films; “Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat” directed by Sara Driver, released by Magnolia Pictures; “The Punk Singer” directed by Sini Anderson, released by IFC; and Emmy Award winning “Medora” directed by Davy Rothbart and Andrew Cohn, released by ITVS. On the television and digital side Rachel produced “Elvis Goes There” with host Elvis Mitchell for EPIX, and “Once in a Great City: Detroit 1962-64”, both directed by Toby Oppenheimer and executive produced by Zero Point Zero, and co-produced the Emmy Award winning web series “Park Bench with Steve Buscemi” for AOL. Rachel is currently working on a documentary feature from director & producer Katie Jacobs, as well as a sketch comedy series written, directed by and starring Shannon Plumb called "Chopped Liver".
Vanessa Roworth is an experienced video editor with a focus on feature and short-form documentary, unscripted series, and branded content. Her feature film work has screened at film festivals worldwide including SXSW, Berlin and Tribeca and been broadcast on PBS, VICE, Channel 4 and Netflix. Feature documentary highlights include the Emmy award winning MEDORA (ITVS) and critically acclaimed BLANK CITY (Kino Lorber). Her television credits include the Emmy and GLAAD Award nominated series GAYCATION featuring Ellen Page and the documentary-news series AXIOS on HBO. Her commercial work includes campaigns for clients such as Audi, Calvin Klein, Capital One, Hugo Boss, Louis Vuitton, Marriott Hotels, Microsoft, NPR, Rolling Stone, Swarovski, Swing Left, Walgreens and Vogue.
Aviva Wishnow has developed, produced and financed fiction and documentary features to create meaningful and innovative content for Bunny Lake Films. She has produced award winning feature films that have been invited to Sundance, Berlin, Tribeca and even Obama's White House. She previously worked at iDeal Partners Film Fund where she co-produced “The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete” directed by George Tillman Jr., which had its world premiere at Sundance and was theatrically released by Lionsgate. Wishnow also produced the documentary "Blank City", which has been critically acclaimed and has been released theatrically and on TV in key territories worldwide, as well as the cinema verite documentary "The Joneses". Before entering production, Wishnow worked in film distribution at a handful of notable international sales agents. She consulted at Sierra Affinity, Sidney Kimmel International and worked at GreeneStreet Films International, among others. Wishnow graduated from Oberlin College and Cardozo Law School, and is a licensed attorney.