Harold Goldbergis a long-time videogame journalist, content creator and script writer. He has written for The New York Times for well over a decade and wrote the award-winning book, All Your Base Are Belong to Us (How 50 Years of Videogames Conquered Pop Culture). He founded The New York Videogame Critics Circle and produces the New York Game Awards. He has written film scripts and screenplays and has executive produced short documentaries about Rockstar Games and Bethesda Game Studios Todd Howard. He has been featured in a half dozen video and audio documentaries. When he was editor in chief of Sony Online Entertainment, he worked on the seminal EverQuest (and Star Wars Galaxies). He is also a consultant for the Tribeca Film Festival.
Helen Pfeffer is a writer, filmmaker and photographer who teaches writing for film and TV at Marymount Manhattan, Manhattan and Brooklyn Colleges. Her journalism has been published in Talk Magazine, Radar Magazine, VH1.com and AMCTV.com, among others. Prior to teaching, Helen was the Vice President, Post Production at HQ Productions, Inc., where she produced, directed and edited videos for a wide variety of clients including The Disney Companies, Playboy Enterprises and The Jewish Museum. She was also a contributor to The Landmarks of New York (Harry N. Abrams), and a curator of the video program for the Women's Caucus in the Arts Conference on Women's Health. Helen provides extraordinarily useful feedback on narrative of any sort.
Luke Murphy has been a vice president of MTV Networks, Comedy Central and Sony Online Entertainment. At Sony Online, he created the look of Motherboard, an online magazine featuring contributions from director Gus Van Sant, actress Michelle Williams and musician David Byrne. He is also a fine modern artist whose works in the realm of creative technology have been featured in Artforum and The New York Times.
Anton Sanko is an Emmy Award winning composer. He's scored everything from National Geographic's Great Migrations to Rabbit Hole with Nicole Kidman and the horror films The Possession and Ouija. Before that, he composed the music for the series Big Love. Prior to his life in film, he was a member of Suzanne Vega's band and has numerous platinum records on the walls of his Los Angeles studio.
Dave Lowery is one of Hollywood's premiere storyboard artists for action movie blockbusters, including Jurassic World, The Jungle Book and Iron Man all the way back to Batman Forever and Dracula. Over the years, he's worked closely with Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola and Sam Raimi. He was second unit director on Spider-Man II and Spider-Man III. Dave also worked as an artist on the first Medal of Honor videogame.
Daniel Radosh is the Emmy-Award winning senior comedy writer for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Prior to that, he was a writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He has also written for The New Yorker and The New York Times magazine -- about videogames.
Bill Plympton is the Oscar-nominated animator of Your Face. Bill also won the Grand Prize for short films at the Cannes Film Festival. His most recent feature is Cheatin'. In addition, he drew all of the animation by hand for the music video for Kanye West's Heard 'Em Say and Weird Al Yankovic's TMZ.
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