Stephen Holman


British-born Holman began his TV career working on Pee Wee’s Playhouse and creating segments for MTV’s Liquid TV. His performance/theater troupe ‘Theatre Carnivale’ was a staple of the LA art scene in the late 1980’s/90’s and his fine art projects have been lauded over the years in The New York Times, SF Weekly, Wired, Paper Magazine, LA Weekly and The Village Voice. 

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Josephine T. Huang


Born in Taiwan, and raised in Canada and America, Huang initially studied fine art and has exhibited and performed in the US, Japan and UK. Huang's first job in animation was on Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. She has since been a lead animator on “James and the Giant Peach”, animated on Henry Selick's “Monkeybone”, Wes Anderson's “The Life Aquatic”, the upcoming Charlie Kaufman film, "Anomalisa" and animated comedy "Hell & Back".