Jeff Knowlton has done projects for clients such as Mattel, Union Bank of California and The Centre for Global Dialogue in Reuschlikon Switzerland. As head preparitor at the Orlando Museum of Art, he spent 5 years working closely with curators in both exhibitions and education. Mr. Knowlton attends conferences, particpates in panels, and lectures on interactive media and technology. His art has been included in AIM IV, Imagine 2001 and Siggraph 2000. He is a recipient of a New Forms Initiative Grant funded by the NEA and the Rockefeller Foundation. Mr. Knowlton teaches at UC San Diego in the Interdisciplinary Computing Arts Program.

Naomi Spellman is a transmedia artist and educator. Exhibited work includes networked art, video, computer-based interactive works, and graphic prints. Her work has been exhibited nationally and abroad. Venues have included Futuresonic <04>, the LA Freewaves Festival, the Art in Motion Festival, ASCII Digital 2000, The Harvard Map Collection, and the DART IV Symposium on Digital Arts and Culture. She has lectured on her work and on the use of locative media for interpretative content at the Joint Ventures Conference for the Stewardship of America's National Parks (Los Angeles, 2003), at the YLEM Forum at the Exploratorium (San Francisco, 2004), and will be a featured artist at the second annual Floating Points speaker series at Emerson College in March 2005. ( Naomi also has over 20 years experience in commercial work, including art direction, graphic design, photography, illustration, and internet content development. Naomi teaches in the Interdisciplinary Computing Arts Program at University of California, San Diego and in the Design and Media Arts Program at the Orange Coast Community College in Costa Mesa. She was a Visiting Artist at The Evergreen State College in Washington in 2003, and has taught in the Design|Media Arts program at the University of California Los Angeles and at Parsons School of Design in New York. This past summer Jeff and Naomi were the Digital Research Unit Artists in Residence at the Media Center in Huddersfield, UK, where they developed the interpretive engine, which was shown at Spectropolis: Mobile Media, Art and the City a three-day event in Lower Manhattan in October 2004.

Jeremy Hight is an internationally published writer and poet who has created numerous works for multimedia and for exhibition. A recent collaborative work "Hike Hike Hike" won Best Independant Animation at the New England Film Festival. He teaches Visual Communication for Multimedia at Mission College in Los Angeles. Jeremy's paper Narrative Archaeology was presented at an interdisciplinary conference on writing at the University of Iowa in 2003. Jeremy hight will be presenting March 6 and 7 2005 at the fourth annual Media in Transition conference at MIT His collaboration with Christina Mcphee interpreting geological and seismological data will open in March 2005 at the Transport gallery. He presented his work and a discussion of "Narrative Archaeology" at the Trace international symposium of technology and writing at the University of Nottingham Trent in July, 2004