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Mik Gaspay is an artist and designer. He received his MFA from the California College of the Arts and has exhibited his work at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. He has worked for the toy company Colorforms as a package designer and teaches part time.
Chris McNally is a illustrator, designer and printmaker from Colorado, currently living and working in San francisco. His watercolor and ink drawings take heavy influence from urban culture and the natural world. Today, his client list ranges from fashion to the outdoor industry and includes the likes of Levi's, Unionmade, Ibis, Clif Bar, ESPN. Chris enjoys drawing, music, and the occasional wizard staff party.
Rick Miskiv spent several years living and working in Southeast Asia and Micronesia.
He holds an MFA in Fine Arts and has worked as an educator, photographer, web designer, dive instructor and Director of Educational Technology at the California College of the Arts. Rick is fluent in Japanese and is trained in the martial art of Aikido.
Fred Kolouch is a filmmaker, musician, and toy enthusiast. After studying film in the Czech Republic, Fred moved to San Francisco to finish his BFA in Film at California College of the Arts. Since graduation, he's edited several feature-length films.
David Lauer is a Massachusetts born,
potato gun enthusiast who discovered stop motion animation in California. His phobias include murky water and puncture wounds.
Kate Klingbeil is an artist from Milwakee, Wisconsin. She has a BFA in printmaking and investigates the connection between traditional print and animation. She has a
cat named Flybaby and lives in Oakland, California.
Nick Sazani is an artist and designer who studied at California College of the Arts. His talents includes hand drawn animation, motion graphics, illustration, character design, costume making and visual storytelling.