With 20 years of experience in the art industry, Apollo Okamura has had the pleasure of working on well known licenses such as Robotech, Transformers, the Ninja Turtles, Rifts, and recently, My Little Pony the Movie.
Aside from his industry work, Apollo has taught college-level animation at many well known schools around the world, including these notable North American colleges: Sheridan, Algonquin, Savannah College of Art and Design, and currently teaches at Max the Mutt College of Animation, Art & Design.
After gaining a degree in International Relations, living abroad, and spending two years in the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, Gaijin Goombah decided to devote his YouTube career to teaching multiculturalism around the world through the medium of video games and anime. From recent to retro, he explains a multitude of cultural references found in these, and how geek culture can better educate the world about not only different cultures, but also perspectives and ways of thinking.
Jonathan Lavallee has been working in tabletop games for over 10 years. He been involved with every type of game possible, except a LARP ... he hasn't written one of those yet.
He's recently worked in Chill 3rd Edition from Growling Door Games, as well as the Dark Ages Companion for Onyx Path Publishing. He's currently working on his own game We Used To Be Friends which is a teenage noir detective game in the same vein as Veronica Mars and Riverdale. He's happy to chat about games, game making, or just generally nerdery as long as everyone is having a good time.
Shortly after being born on the peak of a volcano on a full moon, to the god of death and a pink owl, Mo Mo O’Brien started a youtube channel. 3 years ago she attended her first larp event, documenting her adventures online, and since then has received wonderful responses to her videos about larp. Her channel has over 74,000 subscribers, 5 million views, and her endeavours have landed her opportunities like: cameos in webseries, a starring role in a candy commercial, and being privileged to travel the world to larp. She loves role play heavygames and hates writing bios.
Richard Evans (1976-) is a Canadian storyteller who works in various formats and genres. His first published work, WHITE ZOMBIE, was an anthology of stories by different writers that tackled the issue of racism in the horror genre. His third novel, The Corrupter, revolves around male lust and aggression in a future where everyone is monitored and robots serve as loyal companions. The rest of his books are about scary monsters or super freaks. Richard has taken a hiatus from writing to focus on playing Dungeons & Dragons.
Shane Luis is the host of Rerez, a weekly YouTube video series focusing on video games. Shane presents the newest and strangest games and hardware as well as looks back at classic and retro games!