KATIE & LEAH
Adam Wirtz is a cinematographer, editor, writer, producer, and director. He is a native of Plymouth, Wisconsin but currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from NYU – Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in Film & Television. Since graduating he has freelanced for a variety of companies and clients including MEDiEDDiE, Euro RSCG Worldwide, Fox Digital, Comedy Central, and Polivision Productions. Most recently he has shot and edited for groups like Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting, Rue Brutalia, Jermaine Fowler, Murderfist, and Dan St. Germain in addition to writing and directing his own personal projects.
Katie Hartman and Leah Rudick make up the sketch duo Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting. They perform live comedy all over New York. Festivals include: NY Sketchfest, Fringe Festival NYC, L.A. Comedy Festival, Charleston Comedy Festival, Ladies Are Funny Festival, East to Edinburgh at 59E59, Capital Fringe Fest in DC, Women in Comedy Festival, FRIGID New York and Out of Bounds. They have twice brought their show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where they were named “Biggest Revelation” by The Guardian. While in the UK in 2009 they wrote and shot sketches for Brown Eyed Boy Productions pilot “Laughter Shock” (BBC3) and in 2010 they wrote and performed the short “Deal with it Bitch,” produced by Brown Eyed Boy. They recieved a fellowship with Voice and Vision Theater in 2011 and were invited to the ENVISION retreat where they wrote their first narrative full length show “The Underdeveloped and Overexposed Life and Death of Deena Domino.” The show, a darkly absurd rumination on celebrity, was received with rave reviews at the New York Fringe and Capital Fringe in DC. They have been critics picks in Time Out New York, Washington Post, and Charleston City Paper and have been highlighted in WNYC Culture Blog, Heeb Magazine, Gorgeous Ladies of Comedy.net, Pomp & Circumstance, and Pluck Magazine. They have a residency at The People’s Improv Theater in NYC where they write and perform a new sketch show every month. Most recently, they were named one of the twenty-five funny people that should have their own TV show by Complex Magazine.