Tim Barnes is an illustrator and art director with over 25 years experience in television animation, book and editorial illustration. Since Graduating with honors from Art Center College of Design, Tim has worked for Disney, Cartoon Network and DIC on projects that include Captain Planet, Kick Buttowski and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. He has worked with publications that include Gentleman’s Quarterly and Scholastic Publishing. Tim currently resides In Sherman Oaks with his partner Michael, and their very mischievous “daughters” — terrier mixes, Faith and Sierra.
Sloane is a graduate with honors from UCLA, and a founding partner of The Fibonacci Design Group. For over 20 years, Sloane has integrated strategic, interactive brand building and visual design to produce impactful, award-winning campaigns. She has worked with tech companies that include Adobe, Cisco, eBay and hp, producing work that merited Gold Quill, Magnum Opus and Inspire awards. Sloane’s work with Sony Pictures, Lionsgate, MGM, 20th Century Fox, Columbia Tri-Star and NBC-Universal have garnered BDA and Best In Show awards. Sloane lives in Los Angeles with her husband Greg and their high-spirited Border Collie, Marnie.
Greg is a founding partner of The Fibonacci Design Group and a graduate and past faculty member of Art Center College of Design. For over 25 years, Greg has integrated strategic, interactive brand building and visual design to produce impactful, award-winning campaigns. He has worked with tech companies that include Adobe, Cisco, eBay and hp, producing work that merited Gold Quill, Magnum Opus and Inspire awards. Greg’s work with Sony Pictures, Lionsgate, MGM, 20th Century Fox, Columbia Tri-Star and NBC-Universal have garnered BDA and Best In Show awards. Greg lives in Los Angeles with his wife Sloane, their high-spirited Border Collie, Marnie, and a cache of good wine.
Emmy award-winning composer Thom Sharp has composed, arranged, and orchestrated music for Disney, Dreamworks, Paramount, Universal, and others. Thom studied composition, arranging and film scoring at the acclaimed Grove School of Music, and has written arrangements for artists that include Joe Sample, Wilton Felder, and Harry Connick Jr. He has written orchestration for movies that include When Harry Met Sally, City Slickers and The Addams Family. Thom currently composes and teaches in Los Angeles, where he lives with vocalist and composer Sue Roberts Sharp, his wife of 20+ years, and their two children Ian and Iris.
Sue holds a Bachelor of Music Degree from California State University Fullerton. For the past 25 years she has worked in the area as a professional singer, musical theatre director, voice teacher and voiceover artist. Sue’s voice can be heard on projects ranging from commercials and audiobooks to children’s music CDs. Sue lives in Los Angeles with her husband Thom, in their “almost” empty nest.
Bill Grueneberg is a New York theatre-trained actor with a wide variety of experience in comedy and drama, classical and contemporary, and Off-Broadway and Equity regional theatre. His voiceover experience includes projects for many major corporations, among them Honda, Juniper Networks, and Marathon Oil. Bill has also sat on the other side of the microphone, directing professional voiceover sessions for Learning Tree International. He’s also currently employed by Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, where he enjoys explaining complicated astrophysical concepts to interested visitors.
Steven Nilsson is a graduate with honors from Art Center College of Design, where he has also served as a member of the faculty. He has shot portraits of such notables as the Zanucks, Richard Meier, Deepak Chopra and many top celebrity chefs. He has photographed campaigns for TaylorMade Golf, Callaway Golf and the Los Angeles Dodgers, as well as imagery for Sony Music and Random House. Steve has photographed books on home entertainment and styling for Simon & Schuster and has produced national photography campaigns for Home Depot’s Behr Paints.
Jennifer Cheung is a graduate with honors from Art Center College of Design, where she has also served as a member of the faculty. If you’ve looked at Sunset magazine or been in a Home Depot store, you’ve most definitely seen her work, which includes national print campaigns and editorial work. Jennifer shoots for The W Hotel, Loews and The Hilton, is a regular contributor to Sunset Magazine, has photographed books for Simon & Schuster, as well as editorials for Bon Appetit and Garden Design, that focus on lifestyle, garden and food.