Liz Miele: Liz Miele started doing stand-up comedy when she was 16. At 18 she was profiled in The New Yorker and at 22 appeared on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. She is based in Brooklyn, NY but tours weekly at clubs and colleges. Obsessed with animation and dysfunction she wrote her first pilot about physically and emotionally damaged robots.

Cartoon Central interview here:

Check out her past live action web series and her website:

Adam Record: Born and bred in the red deserts of so Utah, I started doodling on a padded bench in church. I liked saturday morning cartoons and cereal with marshmallows in it. I played with GI Joes and watched WWF wrestling with my brothers and I was outside 90% of my life. I started getting serious about drawing when someone actaully bought one of my drawings, and I thought….that’s cool…other people might actually like my stuff. So I continued to draw and paint and doodle and here I am now with my own website and a little shop on the world wide web. Crazy. I am represented by Shannon & Associates.

Ben Luce: Growing up watching Fantasia, The Brave Little Toaster, and Nickelodeon, Ben has always wanted to make cartoons.  He had the opportunity to work with a toy designer in high school and intern at 1st Ave Machine during college vacations.  He got his BFA in Animation at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and his thesis film, Rocky Road, has been featured on the MICA home page.  Ben has since freelanced with numerous clients, including a long stint of on-site work at Anderson Productions, primarily creating graphics for ESPN.  He recently moved to Portland, OR to further pursue his career.

Grant Lindahl: Grant Lindahl is one half of the animation duo “Safety Head Fred Productions” and a presidential scholar in the arts. Grant Lindahl holds a BFA in animation from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore Maryland. He loves doing standup comedy and wearing silly outfits. His motto is “leave me alone I’m in here”.