Wil Weldon is a 2007 M.A. graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Journalism and Mass Communication, where his studies merged traditional broadcast techniques with online multimedia presentation. Wil received a bachelor's degree in English from Duke University in 1996 and has since worked as an assistant for author Reynolds Price, a producer for Internet media company LookSmart, and in various capacities as a videographer and video technical specialist. His work has appeared on NPR, North Carolina Public Television, throughout Duke University's web site, on the web for various art and business entities throughout North Carolina, and on other major media web sites. Wil has completed three feature-length documentaries and has won several awards for his work.

Teddy Denton was born and raised in the Durham area and returned after graduating from Wake Forest University in 2009 with a BA in English and Economics. He originally worked with still photography, but now primarily focuses on video and audio production. Teddy has worked with many studios and artists in the area, and especially enjoys working on projects related to music.