Christopher Huth
Creative Director//Film Director & Editor

Christopher is a video editor and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY and most easily found installed at one of the desks of Union Editorial . Huth's award-winning work includes the Cannes Gold PR Lion-winning Honey Maid “This is Wholesome” campaign for Droga 5 and the Cannes Grand Prix-winning Mobile Lion campaign for Google “Demo Slam,” via Johannes Leonardo. The also cut the AICP Best in Show spot Dear Sophie for Google Chrome’s “the web is what you make of it” campaign, via BBH New York.

 ​Dylan Baker
Artistic Director//Choreographer

NYC based dancer and choreographer, Dylan Baker, has had the amazing opportunity to perform with David Parker and The Bang Group, Matthew Westerby Company, and Covenant Ballet Theater of Brooklyn. He was extremely excited to see Boink! at the Dance on Camera Film Festival at Lincoln Center. Dylan thoroughly enjoys dancing and collaborating with such a creative group of people and always looks forward to more projects! 



Lauren Hafner Addison
Artistic Director//Producer

Lauren is a NY based producer in media arts and dance curation. Lauren has had the opportunity to help produce and curate for SPARK Dance Forum and WestFest Dance.


With her various skills at hand, Lauren is thrilled to help BOINK! expand it's NYC community through curating festivals, teaching workshops and performing new work at The Actors Fund Arts Center in Brooklyn.

Cassandra Motta

Cassandra obtained her BFA in Dance from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and since then has continued to further her artistry in New York City. When she is not rehearsing and hanging with the BOINK! gang, she teaches kids and adult group yoga classes, private sessions and workshops. She recieved her 200-hr YTT through Celebrating the Call and is also certified in Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra through ISHTA Yoga. She especially loves promoting rest and relaxation in her classes as a way to raise awareness and connection within self and within community.

Louise Benkelman

Louise Benkelman, originally from Helena, Montana, graduated magna cum laude with honors from Roger Williams University, attaining a BA in Dance Performance. She has created work for Fusionworks Dance Company, RWU, American College Dance Association Gala 2016, Gibney Dance Center, Arts On Site, the Actors Fund Arts Center, and the West End Theatre. Aside from BOINK! Dance & Film’s work, Louise is currently dancing and touring with The Bang Group, and creating and performing with fellow TBG artist, Tommy Seibold.

Kate Bishop

Kate is a fitness professional, research coordinator at Mount Sinai Saint Luke’s hospital and professional dancer living and working in NYC.  Kate holds a BFA in dance from New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida and a masters in Applied Exercise Physiology from Columbia University.

Molly Mingey

Molly is a dancer and choreographer living and working in New York. After receiving her BFA from The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee she became a company member with the site specific group Wild Space Dance Company, and was an educational outreach performer in partnership with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Since relocating from Milwaukee Wisconsin Molly’s choreography has been presented by The Hoover Dam Collective, NYC10, WAXworks, Chen Dance Center, and The Indie Ballet Collaborative. She is very excited to be performing with BOINK!

Tommy Seibold

Tommy began dancing at age of five at his mother’s school in Stoneham, MA. He continued his training at the Five College Dance Department, graduating from UMass with a BFA. He is currently dancing and touring with The Bang Group, and is an original collaborator/performer of the NYC-based company, Heath in Progress.

Lindsay June Griffin

Lindsay is a performer who creates devised work about the experiences of cis-women and trans people as a current Ensemble Member of Honest Accomplice Theatre. She also studies clown with the Institute for Collaboration and Play. She has toured the Tri-State Area with Honest Accomplice and will be featured in their upcoming reading of "A Chip on Her Shoulder" a verbatim documentary theatre piece about women and queer people in the Engineering fields.

Molly Tomecek

Molly, originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, currently resides in Queens as a Visual Effects artist and pet rat foster. Her passion for story telling drives her to pursue all sorts of moonlighting gigs, including costume designing, acting and competing in karaoke leagues.

Andrew Fallaize

Andrew is a New York-based, British actor and voice-over.

In the UK he has worked widely in theatre, radio and screen for companies such as the Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre, Sheffield Crucible, Colchester Mercury, English Touring Theatre, Arcola Theatre, Finborough Theatre and the BBC

In New York, his off-broadway debut was in  CORNELIUS at 59E59 Theaters. Most recently he appeared in the Mint Theatre’s production THE LUCKY ONE. His US debut was in a touring production of HAMLET,  in which he played Horatio, Laertes, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern