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Content. Created. Creatively.


That’s what we do...

We are a production company based in Brooklyn, New York, with associates and partners all over the world. If you can watch it,  we’re up for it. We work in documentary, narrative, and commercial genres.

We’re a full-stack company: writing, producing, directing, editing, and delivering content to clients ranging from networks (HBO, Food Network, Bravo, etc.) to agencies (VML, Wunderman, Young & Rubicam, etc.) and digital publications/entities (The Players' Tribune, Daily Burn, etc.)

Our crew has worked with hundreds of brands through the years, creating large scale commercials and small scale branded content. Clients include Nasdaq, The Player’s Tribune, McCormick Spices, T-Mobile, Volkswagen, Microsoft, Pepsi, and many more.

Some other names we will drop if you get us drunk: Katy Perry, Vampire Weekend, Adele, Grace Helbig, Mamrie Hart, Freddie Wong, A.J. Jacobs, Spike Jonze, Jason Schwartzman, Reggie Watts, Swin Cash, Tim Ferriss, Jesse Williams, Anthony Anderson, Sophia Bush, Michael Symon, Geoffrey Zakarian, the Real Housewives of New Jersey, The New York Liberty, Tom Brady, Derek Jeter, Jim Harbaugh, Lou Holtz, Rob Riggle, Mike Relm, Coltrane Curtis, White Rabbits, P. Diddy, Johnny Knoxville, Rob Huebel, Paul Scheer, Nate Smith, Danny Sherman, Brynn O'Malley, Kelsey Nixon, Bulldog Gin, Cooking Channel, YouTube, Fuse, MTV, MTV2, CBS, Healthgrades, Amazon, Samsung, Leffe Beer, and can we get another drink, please?




Matthew C. Mills is an Emmy and Webby Award-winning Director, Writer and Executive Producer. He founded Spacestation in 2007 after many years at MTV and VH1 as a production and development executive.

Matthew’s diverse range of credits have found him working in features, commercials, music, television and web series. Highlights include “MTV Unplugged,” “We Always Lie To Strangers” (SXSW 2013), “This Is A Show For Parents of Gay Kids,” “The World Series of Video Games” and “Fodder,” a sketch comedy show for the Cooking Channel. Clients and partners include HBO, PBS, MTV, CBS, Nickelodeon, Food Network, Young & Rubicam, Razorfish, Wunderman, VML, Ulive, Turner Broadcasting and more. 

Matthew has been front and center at the launch of two different television networks - mtvU, Viacom's foray onto college campuses, and College Sports Television which went on to be bought by CBS Sports. Matthew is an alumnus of the University of Missouri and Stephens College, and teaches an annual producing workshop at the Hot Docs Film Festival. In 2015, Matthew was invited to participate in Forward/Story, the experimental storytelling lab sponsored by Columbia University School of Professional Studies.



Chris Vivion 


Chris Vivion is a Producer and Development Executive with multiple Emmy and Webby Award nominations. He has created lifestyle, cooking competition, comedy, animation and reality programming for Time Inc., Turner Broadcasting, IAC, Scripps Networks and HBO. 

As an Executive Producer for Turner Broadcasting, he created "The Tim Ferriss Experiment," a life hacking docu-series starring NY Times best-selling author Tim Ferriss which debuted at #1 on iTunes in 2015. Other series created for Turner include "Cook Your Ass Off" with chef Richard Blais and the digital series "Why Do Men Have Nipples."

Prior to Turner, Chris was an Executive Producer for Food Network, leading the development and production of the channel’s digital video including the series "Classy Ladies with Allie and Georgia," and the comedy series "Fodder." Chris helped pioneer Food Network’s digital/linear incubation efforts, developing "Chopped After Hours," "Food Network Star Salvation," and "Bobby Flay Fit." 

Chris has also developed and managed award-winning digital programming and products, including the Promax Gold award-winning presence for HBO Boxing, Turner Broadcasting's upwave and Scripps Networks' uLive YouTube channels and IAC's Daily Burn 365.     

Chris is one of the inaugural members of Bloomberg Beta's Future Founders and was an Adjunct Professor of Multimedia Design at the American University of Dubai. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri.






Marni Rothman Ellis



Marni Rothman Ellis is an Emmy-nominated producer with experience at TLC, Bravo, MTV, VH1, PBS, HBO and other networks. She has worked on numerous reality shows, documentaries and digital programming. Her internship at MTV opened many doors, leading her to HBO where she produced “Cathouse, the Series,” Autopsy with Dr. Michael Baden” and “One Nation Under Dog” which was featured at the Tribeca Film Festival. Her web series, “New Media: A New Era” for the U.S. State Department was selected as an Official Honoree for the 2008 Webby Awards. Credits include “The Rachel Zoe Project,” “Long Island Medium,” “Rattled,” “Personal Space” and “Throwback Bravo.” Marni is a University of Michigan graduate, a member of the Producers Guild of America and a lover of all things pop culture.




Jennifer Bronstein Sargent


Jennifer Bronstein Sargent has worked on series for History Channel, HGTV, Food Network, Bravo, TLC, Animal Planet and others. Notable projects include her work on ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary Year of the Scab which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, Bravo's Emmy Winning series The Singles Project and a personal favorite the Tim Ferris Experiment where she met Chris Vivion. In addition to her work as a producer, Jennifer also worked in Programming and Development for Lifetime under Gena McCarthy and Nancy Dubuc. Jennifer attended Drew University and the American University of Paris where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She has a background in theatre and film and has directed several award-winning independent plays in New York City.




Erica Anderson


Erica is a filmmaker and co-founder of Seed&Spark, the revolutionary crowdfunding and streaming platform. Since 2012 she has helped thousands of filmmakers across the globe find funding and build their audiences. Most recently she co-created the critically acclaimed adult sex ed series F*ck Yes. Erica is our roll-up-your-sleeves-and-do-the-damn-thing gal and has her creative hands on the myriad of projects on the Spacestation docket.





Ellie Cano


Ellie Cano has a strong background in broadcast media, having spent two years as a morning news reporter for the ABC and NBC affiliate stations in Beaumont, Texas. After moving to New York City, Ellie decided to take her talents behind the camera and into the world of production. Ellie has worked on a wide range of shows, including the nationally syndicated "OK! TV,"  Showtime's "Billions" and NBC's "The Blacklist." In her role as Production Coordinator at Spacestation, Ellie has managed logistics on projects for Bravo, Food Network, The Players' Tribune, IFC, AMC and more. Ellie is a graduate of Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication and is an active member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.







Katharina Stroh is an editor with experience in short films, television and web series. She received her undergraduate degree from Stuttgart Media University in Germany and completed her Masters of Arts at Syracuse University's prestigious S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications where she was a Fulbright Scholar. Credits include "Circle," an award-winning short film directed by Alexander Heringer, "1440: New York Liberty," "Throwback Bravo" and "Signing of the Stars: University of Michigan Football."



Sharika Ajaikumar is an Associate Producer and Editor at Spacestation. Drawing inspiration from her global experience living and working in the UK, China, India and the UAE, Sharika brings an international perspective to production. She holds a Masters in Television, Radio and Film studies from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and a Bachelor's Degree in International Management from the Univeristy of Warwick. Sharika's credits include "IFC Comedy Drop," "1440: New York Liberty," "Throwback Bravo" and several other projects for web and television.