"[W]e’re tired of apologizing for what are honestly the best parts of us."

"[A]n elegantly-assembled piece of work."

“With a powerful debut and a growing list of projects to come, it looks like we haven’t seen the last from Bea and Daniel (thankfully).”
Hooligan Mag

“[I]t's breaking a lot of boundaries.”
Chicago Reader

“I’ve never seen this before onscreen, this relationship, it’s rich, it’s complicated, there’s like a great history here… It gives you a peek into the millennial experience.”
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"These Chicago-based up-and-comers are getting a lot of attention for their web series the T."
Seed & Spark

“[W]e have an opportunity to bring forth something really original and important. This is the kind of storytelling that we need in this moment."
Windy City Times

“Native Chicagoans Cordelia and Kyri were selected [as the 2018 Chicago Filmmakers-in-Residence] for their originality and commitment to telling stories that are unique to Chicago.”
Screen Magazine

"[the T] is revelatory in a quiet way—an intimate, finely-textured portrayal of a friendship between two people who are rarely seen onscreen."
The Daily Beast

“What they wrote is a love letter to queer and trans friendship in Chicago.”
Chicago Reader

“The series aims to show how truly malleable love is... No one is wrong in their existence and this project is a celebration and affirmation of uniqueness.”
Affinity Magazine

"We all sort of get to a place or a point where it's just like, I want to show up as who I am."

"But when Cordelia and Kyri gave themselves permission to open doors that had been left firmly shut by decades of LGBTQ representation, they wanted to help kick down others."

“Chicago is the most segregated city in the county, and has been. It’s the perfect setting for a story about the transformational power of intersectionality.”

“In the T…we populate our cast of characters with people who are usually relegated to bit roles and punchlines, and we tell their stories with heart, nuance, and a critical awareness of the realities of their communities.”