Based in New York and Los Angeles, LEAVING NORMAL is a multi-award-winning development and production company specializing in scripted/unscripted content. From film and television, to music videos and branded content, every project is executed with a sole purpose in mind: to create inspiring visuals and stories that impact audiences long after the credits roll.
LEAVING NORMAL is represented by Inclusion Management.
Scarlett Camargo is an award-winning Latina filmmaker known for her work on Adulthood, Time Left, and for co-creating the hard-hitting docuseries Border Wives.
In addition to being a producer and writer, Scarlett is also an attorney, having graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2014. As of 2018, she is a proud member of New York Women in Film & Television.
Scarlett is represented by Inclusion Management.
Rob Alicea is an award-winning Latinx director, screenwriter and producer.
In 2017, Rob's first indie episodic project ADULTHOOD premiered at HBO’s New York Latino Film Festival critical acclaim. It was also in 2017 that Rob co-created the unscripted show Border Wives, which his company Leaving Normal signed on to co-produce with Bobby Flay’s Rock Shrimp Productions; the docuseries project is currently represented by William Morris Endeavor.
Evy Pitt-Stoller is an essayist, screenwriter, and producer. Although her professional experience is mostly limited to editorial—her work is published on AOL, Elite Daily, VICE, and other respected outlets. Evy is excited to be part of Leaving Normal’s invaluable mission to tell important stories.
Evy is a proud member of the Writers Guild of America.