Philip Kennedy is a twenty-something designer and writer from Ireland. He enjoys living in new cities, watching old episodes of Seinfeld and working on fun projects with exciting people. His favorite film will always be Back to the Future.
Andi Teran is a writer and performer originally from the deserts of West Texas. She has written about fashion, film, and culture for Vanity Fair, MTV, New York, and Monocle, as well as written and performed for various New York stages. She recently moved to Los Angeles from Brooklyn, and frequently finds herself contemplating cacti and ironic license plates in between taco tastings.
Alec Rojas is afraid to sleep. With a law degree and a philosophy degree, he works in law during the day and writes by night. You can find him DJing in downtown LA or on top of a California mountain, probably talking about Hegelian Aesthetic philosophy as applied to the Snoop Lion record.
Skip Hursh is a Designer, Illustrator, Animator, Artist, and Thing-Maker from the midwestern USA, currently living in Brooklyn, NY with his lovely wife and two feline children. He can frequently be found drawing, drinking craft beer, bicycling, and working as a Designer/Animator for Nickelodeon. He has a thing for geometric abstraction and his middle name is actually Dolphin.
Kyle Fitzpatrick is a homosexual former military brat who decided to settle in heaven (a.k.a, Los Angeles). With a love for horror films, champagne, short shorts, and CAPS LOCK, he works as a writer, comedian, and actor.