• David Bokser
    Hailing from New York, David is a long time film affectionado who enjoys walks on the beach, Jane Austen novels by candlelight and triathalons…some of the aforementioned may not be true…He did indeed go to Savannah College of Art and Design, graduating in 2004. Since then he has worked in film, commercials and games as a Creature TD/Animator.  He is an avid filmmaker passionate about the art of cinematography.
    Some of his films are “The Old Man and the Fish” and “Traffik”. His latest film will be premiering early next year.
  • Josh Burton
    This short bearded fellow is a native of Oklahoma and has been creating stuff as long as he can remember. He spent 4 years in the Marine Corps after high school while keeping on doodling in logbooks and journals and began freelancing as a digital artist during those years. After Graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2005 he worked at a games studio for 3 years before going out on and working as a freelance artist in film, commercials and games. His passion is bringing characters to life and as such he created the Morpheus and Squirrely rigs. Currently he resides with his wife and menagerie of critters outside of Houston, Texas.
  • Ryan Comingdeer
    “Life is short but sweet for certain” is one of Ryan’s favorite quotes by Dave Matthews Band.  In addition to being a Dave Matthews fan, Ryan has been a computer nerd since 7th grade when he first started writing games on the old green screens.  Ryan graduated in 2000 from Northwest Nazarene University with a Major in Computer Science and minor in Business.  Since then, Ryan has successfully helped start 3 technology companies, acting as CEO, Senior Developer and other random roles.  Currently Ryan is residing in the beautiful city of Bend, Oregon with his wife and 5 girls.  Yes, that’s 5 girls!

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