Jack Fields has been creating puppetry since 2007. He has earned two United Arts of Central Florida grants, both for the creation of puppet films. His first film, Happy Memories, has been accepted into 15 film festivals. His music video for a They Might Be Giants contest was one of three winners selected from one hundred fifty entries by John Hodgman. Jack has received two scholarships: one from Puppetfest Midwest, and one from UNIMA, which allowed him to stay with Luman Coad, who helped him develop the story for Hey Einstein.
Hannah Miller has earned two United Arts of Central Florida grants for puppetry. She won a grant to develop new work from Puppeteers of America, and the prestigious J.R. Hopes Art Scholarship at UCF in 2014. She was a finalist for a seed grant from the Jim Henson Foundation in 2013 and the Jim Henson Foundation Residency at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center in 2014.
John Regan studied Film and Video Production at Full Sail University. He served as Digital Cinematographer on Happy Memories and the They Might Be Giants music video.