Ted Zorns is a self-taught artist whose interest in painting began in college. Although an English major, he spent much of his time hanging around the painting studio of a close friend. Eventually this "education-by-osmosis" led to his first exhibitions in his native Texas. Work in Silicon Valley led him from Austin to San Jose.

Born in Macau, Adam Guan moved to the United States in 1966 at the age of three. His parents made their home in Seattle where Guan attended the University of Washington majoring in printmaking. A lifelong love of theater was realized when he began designing sets for several small theater companies in the Puget Sound region. Painting sets for a production of "Sunday in the Park with George" re-introduced Adam to his love of the art and in the following years he made painting his primary medium.

Deborah Mori, a graphic designer by trade, has designed, directed and created marketing and design materials for the past sixteen years. Most of those years being in the Halloween industry, working with Disney, Nickelodeon, and Dreamworks, along with too many others to list.

Born in Chicago, Tony Stuart worked in advertising for twenty years on Madison Avenue before turning his attention to photography full time.