Micah Wright (writer/director)

is a writer, designer, and producer who has worked in television, video games, graphic novels, comic books, and animation.

Among the videogames he has written and helped design is Call of Duty: Black Ops II which has sold 23 million copies and earned $1.6 Billion and counting. Micah also wrote five multi-platinum selling Transformers games.

Micah was a staff writer on Nickelodeon's The Angry Beavers, and created, wrote, and produced Nick's first action-adventure show, Constant Payne.

Micah has written five graphic novels and published three books of political posters and writing, and his work has appeared in several national magazines and newspapers. Micah graduated from the University of Arizona with degrees in Political Science and Creative Writing.

Jay Lender (writer/director)

is a two-time Emmy nominee who wrote, drew and directed dozens of classic episodes of Disney’s Phineas and Ferb, and Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants. Jay also worked on the animated shows Hey Arnold, CatDog, and The Angry Beavers.

Jay has also written a number of videogames (with Micah Wright) in the Destroy All Humans and Looney Tunes franchises, and many others. Their graphic novel, Duster, a story of the World War II homefront, is due in Fall 2013.

A classically trained artist, Jay studied at both California Institute of the Arts and the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. His comic book and illustration work has appeared in Nickelodeon Magazine, Spongebob Comics, and Random House books.

Mark Lágrimas (Producer)

Mark worked as an executive producer and financial consultant in Central and South America for several years, lending his services to the 1st Annual Panama Film Festival, as well as numerous local and international film productions.

Mark has worked as an analyst for CBS Television, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, The Disney Channel, and ABC Studios, where he was entrusted with the analysis, archiving, tracking, reporting, and distribution of the studio’s most sensitive information. Mark has completed projects for several different global and Los Angeles studio departments, including marketing, publicity, consumer products, theatrical sales, network & cable television sales, television archives, and ad sales.

Mark graduated from the University of California Los Angeles, with a double B.A. in Political Science and Asian American Studies, and a minor in Southeast Asian Studies.