Ana Lily made her first film at age 12, a horror movie starring guests of a slumber party. She has a varied background in the arts including painting, sculpting, and frontwoman of an art-rock band, before she eventually moved to Los Angeles to make films. She earned her Masters at UCLA film school in 2009. Her debut film, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to great reviews in 2014.
Ed Laroche was born and raisedin Los Angeles. After 12 years of working in animation for companies such as Sony, Warner Bros., Marvel, and Cartoon Network, he transitioned into live action storyboards, working on commercials for Nike, Fiat, and Budweiser. At the same time, he self-published his graphic novel Almighty, which received impressive reviews from Blair Butler of Fresh Ink, Ain’t It Cool, Broken Frontier, and Patton Oswalt. Bad Summer is his first collaboration with Radco, and will soon be a motion picture, produced by Logan Pictures. ( loganpictures.com )
Ben Conrad is a filmmaker whose commercial work has appeared on the front page of Devour six times and has accumulated over 100m views. Most notably his collaboration with rally driver, Ken Block, in Gymkhana Five which is one of the most viral commercials of all time and a winner of two Gold Pencils. His work as a designer on the title sequence for Zombieland won him an ADC Silver Cube, and an Excellence in Title Design win from SXSW.
Jon is a writer and storyteller. A life-long disciple of the sequential arts, he put his vast fictional universe experience to the test in 2012 by learning from, and collaborating with some of the best in the business via the Comics Experience (www.comicsexperience.com).
Michael DeWeese graduated from the North Carolina School of the Arts in 2006. He has worked as a storyboard artist for music video and commercial directors. In 2010 he executed the storyboards for Lady Gaga's "Alejandro" video (directed by Steven Klein). Michael likes to bring out the kink in whatever art he's working on. THE ART OF WAR is his debut graphic novel.