Paige Polk | Director

Paige is a writer, filmmaker, and communications director in Brooklyn, New York. Their interactive work includes the Emmy-award winning {The And} and World Press Photo Award-winning The Dig. They also Co-Creative Directed the Journey Project, Google's interactive multimedia project exploring race & its intersections. 

Paige blends theory and practice to explore where the political and creative coexist, and has a Master’s in Media Studies from Pratt Institute to back it up. An Obama White House South by South Lawn Nominee & NYFA Artist Fellow, they use multimedia practice to connect identity and expression in the digital age.

Elizabeth Olguin | Social Manager

Elizabeth Olguin is originally from Los Angeles, California where growing up in a Mexican-American community shaped their interest in the intersection between social justice and digital media. Elizabeth is currently based in Brooklyn, New York where they are involved in building trans visibility, fostering solidarity between people of color, and organizing inclusive community programs through creative practice. 

With a background in the film and media industry, Elizabeth is particularly interested in the discrepancies between creative decision makers of color and the representations of their communities in mainstream media outlets. This interest drives Elizabeth's passion for Not Yet as both are committed to supporting underrepresented and marginalized groups on and off screen.

contact: NotYetSeries [at] gmail [dot] com