About Space Monkey

Founded in 2016, Space Monkey has produced more than 100 short documentaries and brand sports for both traditional broadcast and digital platforms for a variety of clients including TSN, Fox Sports, NBA, MLS, Canadian Olympic Committee, Canada Soccer, MLSE and CONCACAF. Priding ourself on working with top producers, directors, cinematographers and editors, we strive to deliver creative and innovative storytelling that is unparalleled in the marketplace.

Our team

Clayton Hansler

Producer / Director

With his first written work being published as a wide-eyed 18 year old, Clayton gained an appetite for setting his sights high and accomplishing the unexpected from an early age.


His production career began shortly thereafter at a small production company specializing in lifestyle programming, but it was not until joining Leafs TV that Clayton produced his first half-hour program.


Following that first venture into the sports documentary market, Clayton took the helm to help create All For One, a sports follow-doc series focusing on Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC which he went on to produce and direct for the three seasons it aired on Canada’s TSN and Rogers Sportsnet.


Clayton continued to create more than 50 additional episodes of All For One designed specifically for the digital viewer. He now brings more than 15 years of television experience as he helps form the next incarnation of narrative and documentary storytelling.

Sean Keay

Producer / Head of Development

Starting at theScore Television Network as an editorial assistant in 2005, Sean has spent the last twelve years working at some of the most innovative sports companies in North America.

After the seven years at theScore (leaving as Manager of Social Media), Sean has spent time working at the Canadian Olympic Committee as Manager of Digital Partnerships and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment as Manager of Digital Content & Marketing.


When Sean finds time outside of work he spends it watching more sports, playing retro video games and hanging out with his family (wife & two cats).


Aryana Naddelin 

Account Coordinator

A graduate of Toronto’s Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, Aryana has traveled coast-to-coast as a result of her performing career.


The multi-talented singer, actor and dancer was also named one of British Columbia’s promising young filmmakers as she explored her career opportunities behind the camera.


Aryana and Clayton collaborated on a number of occasions during the production of the All For One series and they continued their partnership as Space Monkey opened its doors.

Dylan Wilson

Production Coordinator

After gradutating from the College of Sports Media in 2013, Dylan entered the industry as an intern at Blue Ant Media, becoming a Production Assistant at the conclusion of the internship. In 2014 Dylan joined Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment as a Media Asset Management Assistant, then moving on to occupy many different roles in his 4 years at the company which compromised of; Assistant Director, Media Librarian, Production Assistant, and Programming Coordinator. Through his time at MLSE Dylan had the opportunity to work multiple major sporting events which include; MLS Cup, Calder Cup and the NHL draft. 


Out of work you can probably catch Dylan on a run by the lake, at a concert in the city or rewatching the Simpsons….again. 

Charlotte Santo

Post Production Assistant

Since graduating from the Media Arts program at Sheridan College in 2016, Charlotte has worked at various film jobs around the GTA. Working with names such as Guillermo del Toro, she has gained a lot of experience in many departments and uses her skills to contribute to the team at Space Monkey Media.


Over the years, Charlotte has also worked with Camp 905, a film collective of friends based in Hamilton, Ont. They have won many film competitions including My Rode Reel’s Judge’s Film and Best Female Filmmaker. Recently they were awarded with two Ontario Arts Council Grants.


On her free time, Charlotte enjoys playing soccer, eating sushi, and looking at pictures of dogs.