Alex is a founding partner of Irony Point and the podcast venture Radio Point.
After a brief stint as a New Zealand ski bum, Alex stumbled into her first production job on the set of a Bollywood film. She then spent several years in the big budget film and TV world while intermittently producing commercials, short films, and digital content for companies like Vogue, Viacom, and SNL. In 2015 Alex transitioned into producing independent features full time. Her most recent film, Scare Me (dir. Josh Ruben), premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. In 2019 she took home an Indie Spirit Award for her work on Jim McKay's En el Séptimo Dia (On The Seventh Day). The musical feature Becks took the Best US Narrative Feature Film award at the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival.
In recent years Alex has produced series such as I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson (Netflix), That Damn Michael Che (HBO Max), and Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show (Netflix).
Alex loves working with emerging talent and producing new and interesting formats. Her (very achievable) dream is to have business cards that look like an airbrushed t-shirt.
Daniel Powell is the Emmy and Peabody winning co-creator and Executive Producer of Inside Amy Schumer and an EP/Director of Schumer's hit Hulu series Life & Beth. His other producer credits include I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson (Netflix), That Damn Michael Che (HBOmax), Astronomy Club (Netflix), and the cult animated series Ugly Americans (Comedy Central). Earlier in his career, he was an Associate Producer on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, a contributing writer to Robert Smigel’s “TV Funhouse” segments on Saturday Night Live, and a house performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater.
His independent film Becks, co-written and co-directed with Liz Rohrbaugh, won the 2017 L.A. Film Festival and was distributed in 2018 by Blue Fox. More recently he produced Josh Ruben’s film Scare Me which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and was distributed by Shudder.
He’s repped as a commercial director by Honor Society, and in television/film by United Talent Agency and Range Media Partners. He lives in New Jersey with his Emmy-winning wife Kirsten, their 2 children, and one too many cats.
Ayesha Rokadia is an Emmy and Peabody award winning producer. Working primarily in comedy, she has produced various stand-up specials and sketch/variety series for television and streaming platforms including Inside Amy Schumer and Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours To Kill. In addition to her comedic repertoire, she also produced the documentary feature The Way I See It for MSNBC.
At Irony Point, she works closely with creators to ensure the production process supports their artistic vision; a delicate harmony that brings ideas to life onscreen. Her most recent credits include HBO Max's That Damn Michael Che and Hulu's Life & Beth.
Ayesha's one and only on camera appearance was on HBO's Flight of Conchords in 2007; she officially retired from acting shortly thereafter, and is currently based in NYC.
Jay is a Los Angeles based producer whose love and talent for making comedic programs was honed working on unconventional shows like Nathan For You, The Eric Andre Show, Check It Out! With Dr. Steve Brule, and Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.
As a producer at Irony Point, he believes in tailoring the production approach to meet the needs of the creative vision, and he especially enjoys bringing talented people with underrepresented and unique points of view together in this effort. He currently produces Netflix’s I Think You Should Leave.
Jay’s also known for cameos (see “grown man screaming at a baby pageant” in the first episode of I Think You Should Leave), and his love for television stretches beyond making it; as a TV connoisseur, he has hundreds of hours of programming under his belt and his next big “binge” will be Seinfeld.
Spurgeon started as an in-house casting assistant, and soon shifted into production accounting/finance. His film/tv credits include Veep, Something Borrowed, Law & Order: SVU, Kings, and Eastbound & Down, where, notably, a hermit crab was named after him. He eventually oversaw the regional office operations for Entertainment Partners where he managed day to day operations across multiple offices, while also serving as a point person for production & major studio clients.
At Irony Point, he works to support and streamline the company’s production-related processes while also helping to define strategy around the company’s general operational health and future growth.
Spurgeon is NYC based, and in his "me" time, he enjoys writing poetry, learning to surf & ski, cooking and coddling his Border Terrier.
Lizzie got her start at UTA in the Motion Picture Talent department, before moving into development and production at Little Stranger, Tina Fey’s production company. Her production credits include Girls5eva, Mr. Mayor, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Vs. The Reverend, 30 Rock: A One Time Special, and the Netflix animated series, Mulligan.
She created the NY Branch of Women Wednesdays, an organization that brings together industry members who find, share, empower and amplify the voices of female filmmakers. There, she also co-founded the BIPOC Next Gen Mentorship Program which pairs assistants with established young mentors to better position them as the next generation of film & television executives.
At Irony Point, Lizzie seeks out what’s “now” and what’s “next” by working closely with talent to develop, package, and produce projects that are subversively comedic and come from unique and different perspectives. She is currently based in Brooklyn, NY.
Sabrina began her career in production at the Wendy Williams Show and has never abandoned her love for live television. Since joining Irony Point, her production credits include I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson, That Damn Michael Che, and Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show.
At Irony Point, working closely with new, emerging, and existing talent, she capitalizes on her love of writing & performing to develop, package, and produce interesting concepts that blend genres and ideas into laugh-out-loud programming. Her talents extend into the world of podcasting where she has developed and executive produced weekly podcasts including Ruined and A Good Cry.
Originally hailing from Montreal, Sabrina is currently based in Brooklyn, NY, where she once won a Survivor trivia competition despite having never watched a single episode.
Taylor launched her career in the Scripted Comedy department at CAA, using her lifetime love of comedy and all things television to identify undeniable talent and exciting projects. She soon pivoted to the role of development executive at Comedy Central focusing on short form content. During her tenure, Comedy Central was awarded Media Company of the Year (2021) via the Webby Awards with her credits including Ayo & Rachel Are Single, Drag His Ass, Maurice On Mars, Get Money, and more.
At Irony Point, she works in step with talent to produce unexpected and innovative stories, always with a keen eye for supporting the creator’s vision while making the best programming possible.
Taylor is based in Brooklyn, NY. When she’s not exploring the city (and needs a break from overpriced coffee), she likes to plan epic hiking trips in National Parks.
Alissa started out production coordinating commercials in Los Angeles & New York City after college. She soon realized the value of budgeting and accounting for production, because her efforts allowed stakeholders to better see a more complete picture of their businesses, projects and overall profitability.
Accordingly, she has worked on both coasts for a variety of ad agencies, TV/film production facilities, and TV/film post production facilities in a coordinating and/or accounting capacity. At Irony Point, she currently manages the in-house bookkeeping, HR, budgeting and production accounting processes.
Alissa grew up just outside of NYC, and graduated with a BA in Media Studies/Film from the University at Buffalo. She furthered her studies via bookkeeping certification from NYU. She is currently based in New Jersey with her partner and their three kids.
Charlotte de Anda
Charlotte de Anda’s comedy career began against her will in the fourth grade when she was cast as the Round Table Pizza Delivery guy in a class production of King Arthur. She’s since embraced it, and now works on honing her writing and stand-up skills all around New York.
She earned her production stripes at Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, and currently, at Irony Point, she touches a bit of everything including scheduling, on-set production & clearance management, podcast recording, development support, office management, and sourcing even the most obscure lunch requests.
When not working or writing, Charlotte enjoys cooking, painting, and making a fool of herself on a skateboard.