Collaborator for Seductive Reasoning, Under the Skin, Memory Bank, Double Expose, and Voyeur
Peter Bobrow is a filmmaker with a background in film, television and commercial production. His credits include work for 20th Century Fox, HBO, Forensic Films, the BBC, Discovery Channel and PBS. He has worked on over 25 feature films. Recent projects include producing commercials for Rite Aid and Avis, directing two seasons of the TV show Project Xtreme, producing and production managing for the films Union Square, Off the Black and New York City Serenade. Other collaborations include producing for Pulitzer Prize winning director David Turnley and supervising a music video for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Peter's production company Bear Mountain Media produces work for hire for clients both large and small including BASF and Cornell University.
Technology Designer for Remembering What Never Happened
Phillip Gulley is an artist consistently straddling design and fine art. He has created original pieces in diverse venues ranging from abandoned tunnels to top-tier art galleries. Gulley has held residencies and academic talks at various educational institutions such as The University of Maryland, MassArts, Pratt, and Connecticut College. His collaborators and clients include RATATAT, GQ, The Walking Dead, Michael Kors, Alex Melamid, American Express, The NYC Transit Museum, New Museum, Glenmoraingie, Art in General, The Goethe Institute, and Performance Space 122, to name a few. Phillip is a partner with OFCLOUDS and serves on the board of The Sophie Gerson Healthy Youth Foundation. He received his B.A. in theatre from The University of South Florida and graduated from Brooklyn College, CUNY, receiving his M.F.A. in Performance and Interactive Media Art.
Collaborator for Seductive Reasoning and Under the Skin
Jim Monroe is a documentary filmmaker and storyteller. Jim is president of CHIARO FILMS, Ltd., as well as the owner of ACT ONE VIDEO PRODUCTIONS, Ltd. both of which are based in New City, N.Y.
Software Designer for Memory Bank
Matthias Oostrik is the founder of MAGDATT, an interactive video company in Amsterdam, Netherlands. MAGDATT has created installations for the Blue Man Group, Sharp and the TU Delft. Matthias finished his studies of interactive media at the Netherlands Film and Television Academy in Amsterdam in 2004, where he was trained to be a bridge between artist and technology. For the past two years he has worked as a freelancer, making video theatre and video installation productions. As an artist he collaborates with other artists from various disciplines. Matthias is a founding member of Amsterdam Cyber Theatre.