Childhood friends who grew up down the street from each another, Giancarlo and Jonathan attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where they wrote and directed The Old Man and the Seymour, a comedic short film that was selected into numerous film festivals nationwide, including the Austin Film Festival, LA Shorts Fest, and Friar's Club Comedy Festival.
They went on to help pioneer the CollegeHumor.com video department, directing more more than 1000 videos in their tenure as in-house directors, including nearly 600 episodes of the Webby-award winning CollegeHumor series Jake and Amir, which garnered over half a billion views. They were nominated for Best Writing Webbys for their shorts Facebook Ruins Job Interview and 36 Questions.
They’ve written and directed content for Disney, Verizon's go90, Comedy Central, MTV, Funny or Die, Buzzfeed, Fox Sports, Spotify, Lexus, Dos Equis, Wired, TGI Fridays, L’Wren Scott, Ford, Axe, Samsung, Chase, Interscope Records, Toyota, and many other national brands. Their work has been featured in Time Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, The Week, Gizmodo, Gawker, Someecards, Mental Floss, McSweeney’s, The Huffington Post, NY Daily News, Cracked, Splitsider, and Playboy.