Independent artist Blake Myers has long been a fixture in Atlanta’s underground filmmaking community and is a renowned special effects artist for films like Blood Car and My Super Psycho Sweet Sixteen 2. When not making movies that involve blood, puppets, blue gorillas or real life super heroines, Blake teaches summer camps educating children about media literacy, and helping them to develop their own artistic voices using video cameras. Blake graduated from the Communications program at Georgia State University, where he booked and ran Cinefest Film Theatre. A master builder, Blake makes his living working as a set dresser for major motion pictures.
Mark Wynns is a producer and media consultant working to help media connect with audiences. Beginning in1998 he held multiple positions at Atlanta’s IMAGE Film & Video Center, ultimately exiting as interim Executive Director in 2005. From 2001-2003 was a field outreach coordinator for the Independent Television Service working on grassroots campaigns for such films as Two Towns of Jasper, Daddy & Papa and Race: Power of an Illusion. His consulting client list includes LAB 601, Tribeca Film Institute, POPfilms, John Sayles and Maggie Renzi's Anarchist Convention and others. He is an associate producer of Sayles’ latest film, Honeydripper.
Tak makes short films in Atlanta. They've screened in domestic and international festivals, one winning an international award in Passau, Germany. He is currently studying accounting and concocting animation schemes in his spare time when not producing "Disabled But Able To Rock!"