Production Designer Akin McKenzie has been steeped in the streets of New York since the winter of 2003, having traveled from Los Angeles where he received a B.A. at UCLA's School of Film and Television. He has had several films at Sundance including Todd Solondz's Wiener Dog and Paul Dano's directorial debut, Wildlife, which is now a part of the Criterion Collection. Other recent works include Terence Nance's Peabody winning HBO series Random Acts of Flyness described as "breaking the mold of what we think television can be, especially televisual blackness," and Ava DuVernay's Peabody nominated Netflix miniseries When They See Us. His latest work includes Space Jam: A New Legacy and cinematographer Rachel Morrison's feature film debut Flint Strong.