Chase Thompson is a film instructor at Stephens College, a liberal arts school for women in Columbia, Missouri. He is currently the Board President of Columbia Access Television. Chase is working on two documentaries: Grandma vs. the Woods and I’m Not Through: The Legend of Sir Lattimore Brown.
Ryan G. Walker is a documentary filmmaker and freelance video producer. He has received three Hometown Video Awards from the Alliance for Community Media. He is currently working on a new doc feature called The Bootlegger.
Mark Speckman’s been making music forever. Dreaming is his favorite activity, and he has big plans for the upcoming robot revolution (contact for details). He tries to make money with various things including music, web design, and transcription. He also loves to dance. Mark’s website.
Paul Pollmann is a graphic designer in Amsterdam. He met Chase and Ryan in Memphis at the O.V. Wright memorial for which he made the poster and website. Since then they worked together on several projects. He is now doing the titling for the upcoming slapstick-noir film ‘Clogs’ with Dutch director Mark van Hugten.
Lucas Oswald is a freelance recording engineer and producer. His work has appeared on NPR and Sundance Channel, as well as recording labels Saddle Creek, Jagjaguwar, and Graveface. He composed music for the award-winning series Green Porno, and recently completed music for a Discovery Channel film.
Ted Carstensen is an interactive web development visual videographic IT audio network engineering musician. He also really likes sandwiches. Ted’s blog.