Slain first gained notoriety at age 20 with the haunting short doc “It Ain’t Over,” premiering at SXSW and Telluride. Five years later, Slain’s collective works had received millions of internet views, seven Vimeo Staff Picks and been used as teaching materials at USC, NYFA, and USF. In 2016, Slain launched the experimental writing app Flowstate which garnered praise from Wired, The Verge, GQ, and dozens more. His recent film “Demon” was awarded Best Narrative Short at the Austin Film Festival, and his surreal virtual reality collaboration with Eminem “Marshall From Detroit” premiered at Sundance 2019.
Slain and Nathan Nzanga met at Prodigy Camp in 2017, where every summer they mentor young artists. “enough.” is their first collaboration outside of camp.