Hayom Productions LLC was founded in 2019 by Stacey Yael and Adam Jonah and proudly presents UNSCHMUCKED, its debut animated television parody shorts currently available for viewing: https://youtube.com/c/HayomProductions
Adam Jonah is a 21 year old American artist, screenwriter, producer, actor and activist. He is the co-founder of Hayom Productions, a production company that produces animated shorts. He is the co-creator of a series of animated short films including "Step Bros 2020", “Greta Thunberg’s Day Off”, “Bill Murray in Coronavirus Day” and “Megxit meets The Truman Show”.
Jonah's art has been exhibited at the Ille Arts Gallery in Amagansett, NY, the Bridgehampton Museum's Art Market Hamptons, ARTWALK NY benefiting the Coalition for the Homeless and at the ART RX Symposium at USC. A portfolio of his artwork is featured in The Southampton Review literary art journal, 2018. As part of his United Imagination social action interactive art project, his works have been donated to Northwell Health's Monter Cancer Center, the ELIJA foundation for Autism Sunrise Day Camp, for children with cancer, and to the Fiver Children's Foundation. Jonah self-published two books, Scuba Ond Scubo and I Rub My Belly.
Learn more at www.adamjonahartist.com.
Stacey Yael is the co-founder of Hayom Productions, LLC. She is a screenwriter, actress, director and producer. She is an entrepreneur who is founded Proximitry, LLC which provides creative content and strategic advice to entertainment industry start-ups. She is the co-creator of a series of animated short films including "Step Bros 2020", “Greta Thunberg’s Day Off”, “Bill Murray in Coronavirus Day” and “Megxit meets The Truman Show”. She began her career as an attorney at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP and went on to co-found several start-up ventures including a registered investment advisory firm and United Imagination. In her spare time, Stacey is passionate about her work consulting with several non-profits, successfully advising them on strategy and fundraising.