Caleb Slain was recognized at age 19 for his debut film "The Lost & Found Shop," a dreamy tearjerker that earned a small cult following online. His first short documentary, "It Ain’t Over," premiered at SXSW, Telluride Film Festival and won Audience Awards at the Santa Cruz and Heartland film festivals. In total, his film projects have received over 20m internet views and 6 Vimeo Staff Picks, while his short films "Free Pie", and "Juggle & Cut" have been used as teaching materials at USC, New York Film Academy, and University of San Francisco.
In advertising, Slain received personal profiles in Business Insider and Huffington Post by age 22, and has won multiple international ad competitions. Recently, Slain released his experimental writing app "Flowstate," garnering praise in Wired, The Verge, GQ, Mashable, and dozens more publications.