Meet the director Traci Hays

Traci developed her directing sensibility under the mentorship of Martha Coolidge (Real Genius) and Randal Kleiser (Grease). Her time spent working with such notable industry professionals nurtured and prepared her as a creative individual, confident director, and passionate human being. Her work can be best described as intuitive and multi-layered, with a process that always begins with the characters. Traci has a unique eye for casting and an attention to detail in a wide variety of genres and settings, from historic to present day.

Her recent directing credits include the TV Pilot, Alive Again, Produced by Legacy Films and Media, the documentary Ecstasy Lives out of Balance, produced for the County of Santa Clara, and a short 1800s period film, Lions Among Men starting Johanna Watts (American Warship) and Dayo Okeniyi (The Hunger Games, The Spectacular Now). In addition, Lions Among Men was selected in the TOP 10 for DGA Student Film Awards.

Growing up on classic musicals in San Jose, California, Traci developed her taste as an artist through theater productions. This love for the arts blossomed into filmmaking after taking her first film class in high school. Traci earned her B.F.A. in Film Production from Chapman University.

Above all, Traci Hays is an industrious, driven, and organized individual consistently looking to collaborate with talented filmmakers to transform their brightest ideas from the page to the screen.

Meet the writer Jake Eberle

Jake Eberle has always been something of a dreamer. Early in life, figuring out how to apply that in the real world was tricky. Fortunately, he had the volumes of classic fables and fairy tales from around the world in his father’s library that provided an ample playground for his young and vivid imagination. But then, just reading the stories wasn’t enough, so it was only natural to him that the theater would be a perfect place to explore. He worked as an actor in theater from childhood to the present, with various stints on TV and film, as well as writing adaptations of old children’s tales for the stage.

Then there’s voice acting in video games, children’s narratives, commercials and documentaries. And parallel to those passions is his craft -work as a sound designer/editor which has evolved over the last twenty years working on film, TV, commercials, theater and music-videos. And though a great deal of experience has been gained adding life to other peoples dreams, it was now time to put life into his own. And it’s all starting with MATCH.

Read an excerpt from the script.



KC Clyde


Son of writer/film director Craig Clyde, K.C. graduated from high school after having won the state drama competition. He co-wrote and produced his own short film “Video Graphic” that won best screenplay at the Slamdance Film Festival. He then went on to land roles in major television series such as ‘Veronica Mars’ “Crossing Jordan,” “ER,” “Touched By An Angel” and, most recently, “Do No Harm” for NBC and the pilot “Swallow Your Bliss." He has landed leading roles in more then 32 Feature films and has had the pleasure of working with such notables as Zack Efron, Josh Hutcherson, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jennifer Anniston, Joan Cusack, Blair Underwood, and Kristen Bell to mention but a few.

Angela Gots


Angela Gots was born and raised in New York City. She got involved in the arts at a young age with the influence of her Russian parents. Her father was a drama/mime director and her mother a ballet teacher, both with whom Angela studied with for a number of years, prior to enrolling at NYU. Immediately after graduating, Angela starred in her first lead role, playing a conflicted ballerina in a coming of age story, “Alex in Wonder." She then followed that up with a number of roles in films and television. You can see her “Grimm”, “Touch”, “90210”, “House”, “The Event” and “The L Word”, among others, as well as films such as “Immigrant”, “Snapshot” and “St. George’s Day.”

Banks Boutté


Along with playing Pete in MATCH, Banks acted in two features coming out this year titled Glory Days, in which he plays the drummer of a famous rock band, and 333, where he plays a ghost haunting a couple on their honeymoon. In earlier work, Banks appeared in the Italian spy thriller Time Framed opposite Ian Somerhalder, Dire Grove which was filmed in Patagonia, Argentina and Raid: Call of Duty directed by McG. When not acting and producing, he enjoys coaching youth lacrosse, playing music with friends and building furniture in his home workshop. Banks is very happy to be involved with the MyTeeVee community and looks forward to what they do next!

Daniel Riordan

Big Guy

Daniel Riordan is an actor, writer, and voice over artist known for Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2001), Jingle All the Way (1996) and Ed Wood (1994).

Rodrigo Rojas

Other Guy

Rodrigo is an LA based actor originally from New York. Rojas has a wide range of experience in film, television, and theatre and has appeared on popular television shows like Modern Family, 90210, and CSI: New York. He has various projects set for release in the coming year including the new NBC show The Night Shift. He’s thrilled to be a part of Colaborator and had a blast working on Seer with such a wonderful cast and crew.

Produced By

Andres Faucher - executive producer
Kevin Allen Jackson - executive producer
Jake Eberle - producer
Wes Chappell - co-producer
Banks Boutte  –  co-producer
M. Vanessa Coto - line producer
Cleo Valente - producer

Cinematography by

Greg Cotton

Film Editing by

Matt Kendrick

Production Design by

Abra Brayman

Art Direction by

Bradley Salo

Costume Design by

Mishka Trachtenberg

Makeup Department

Katy Errickson - hair stylist
Dalena Larson - makeup artist

Second Unit Direction

R.J. Collins - first assistant director

Art Department

Neil Sutherland - swing art

Sound Department

Chris Buch - sound mixer
Jacob Voelzke - boom operator

Camera and Electrical Department

Eli Just - electrician
Tanner Hall - key grip
Dominick Roney - key grip
Nick Roney - key grip
Ryan Game - grip

Casting Department

Carol Clayman - casting assistant

Editorial Department

Grant Martin - trailer editor

Color & VFX

Leandro Marini - colorist & vfx supervisor
Andrew Wahlquist - colorist & vfx artist 

Post Sound

Jake Eberle - supervising sound editor
Michael J. Fox - re-recording mixer


Seth Podowitz - composer

Interactive Team

Executive Producer: Kevin Allen Jackson

Sr. Associate Producer: Alex Kruse

Associate Producer - Jessica Van den Ancker


Maureen McGuirk, Zach Murphy, Kate Colvin, Kalissa Mullis, Maya Bolden, Aimee Lacasse, Sharon Liu, Molly Bilinski, Courtney Botelho, Natasha Desai, Shelby Dollar, Tracy Egbas, John Johnson, Rory King, Wen Lui, Lisa Rogolsky, Anna Zabiega

Additional Website Development by Lucy Manda

Game Developers: Lucy Manda and Bryce Pelletier

Graphic Design: Wes Chappell

Episode details

Runtime: 13 min

Released: 2014

Shot on location: Downtown Los Angeles and The Little Door Restaurant in West Hollywood, CA

Written by: Jake Eberle

Directed by: Traci Hays

Executive Producer: Andres Faucher
Executive Producer: Kevin Allen Jackson
Co-Executive Producer: Jake Eberle
Producer: Cleo Valente
Co-Producers: Wes ChappellBanks Boutté
Line Producer: Vanessa Coto

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A 30-something still trying to find his path in life discovers he possesses a special gift… but is it his alone or is someone or something manipulating him?