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Brad Abrahams is a documentary filmmaker and commercial director from Toronto, Canada, now in Austin, TX. His all-consuming interests in radical science, cryptozoology, and general esoterica inspire his stories. Brad’s first feature, “Love and Saucers” won a special jury mention at Fantastic Fest ‘17, and landed a Hulu exclusive shortly after. Though he has not yet had a supernatural experience, he is ready and willing.
Multi media artist Aaron Cobbett began his career as a window dresser in New York City, creating windows for Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdales and Henri Bendel. An accomplished photographer, film maker, costume designer and textile artist, his work has been shown in New York at The FIT Museum, The Leslie-Lohman Museum, The New York Historical Society, New York Galleries such as Debs & Co. , Envoy Enterprises, Wessel O’Connor Gallery, and The Louvre, Paris, among many others.
He’s had two monographs published: COBBETT in 2008 and Super Eros in 1999.
His work in photography has been featured in Vanity Fair, Vogue, Glamour and Interview Magazines among others.
Creating costumes and sets has been the mainstay of his process from the beginning. In 2014 he shifted his focus to textiles, developing techniques of rendering photographs in fabric, and making lens based quilts. For his textile practice, Cobbett has been awarded residencies at MASS MoCA, Instinct Berlin and Yaddo and shown at multiple venues in the US and Europe. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn.
Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Julie Garcés graduated from the University of Miami’s creative writing and screenwriting programs. Her work has appeared in Tampa Review, Saw Palm and Inkwell Journal. Much of her writing depicts the enigmatic beauty of Florida. She lives in Los Angeles and works in the film and documentary community as a picture editor. She is passionate about telling stories and has been participating in homegrown writing groups for over ten years–crafting poetry, creative non-fiction, and short stories. She is currently at work on her debut novel, as well as a collection of Floridian short stories.