Jenni Powell is the Emmy Award-winning producer of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Welcome to Sanditon, lonelygirl15, Emma Approved and The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy. For two years she was Director of Content and Social Media for VidCon and was a producer at Felicia Day’s YouTube Premium Channel Geek & Sundry, where she produced the Geekie Award-Winning Talkin’ Comics Weekly. Most recently, she was Head of Production for NewMediaRockstars before co-founding Discourse Productions, a boutique production company specializing in digital media content and events. She doesn’t have a lot of free time.
TonyNagatani is a writer, singer, video editor, podcaster, and reformed electoral-politico. Originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, Tony has spent the majority of his adult life living in Los Angeles working in post production, on TV shows like VH1’s Behind the Music, MTV’s Laguna Beach & The Hills, A&E’s Storage Wars, and Jay Leno’s Garage on CNBC, NBC.com, and YouTube. He has worked on electoral political campaigns in Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Oregon North Carolina, Florida, Washington D.C., and California. Tony is also the co-host of the Model Majority Podcast which covers politics, culture, and life through an Asian American lens. Tony has only recently realized Star Trek > Star Wars, don’t @ him.
Anne Westcott is a quirky, curvy and athletic warrior! Anne was born and bred in Minnesota, and has been actively working and living in CA for the past eight years. Anne is an actor, baker, stunt coordinator and Gym Master at Nerdstrong Gym. Thanks to Anne’s mom she fell in love with the classic movies, science fiction (novels, TV shows and movies) and DC and Marvel Comics. Anne is looking forward to being able to fly someday, she is just thinking of the right happy thought.
Megan O'Neal is a children's book illustrator, comic artist, graphic designer, retired pastry chef, and newbie video editor. She's currently a resident of Los Angeles with her husband and two pups; she's just a gal sitting in front of a sketchbook, wishing this stuff would draw itself.
Andrew K. Walsh is an independent filmmaker and freelance writer who has been working in the entertainment industry for nearly ten years, yet still has trouble writing bios. He was a frequent contributor to Legion of Leia, has performed Shakespeare in the park, and made Stephen Colbert his coffee. Andrew made his first feature while still in high school, is an experienced juggler, and is the descendant of acclaimed Director Raoul Walsh (one of those might not be true).