Nick Colangelo is an event organizer, content curator, audio/video artist, DJ, producer, and owner of Boston’s longest running electronic music record label, Vermin Street.
Aurelio Ramos is a Boston based audio visual software engineer whose fingerprints are all over the Bleep. His many projects include custom projection mapping software; a 3D rendering system for wrap-around video; projector layout, alignment and weatherproofing; and original visual content.
Jeff Mission pointed a VHS camera at a television screen many years ago, and got pulled into a feedback loop that continues to this day.
Jenn Zawadzkas adds a human touch while wizards work their magic. She is dedicated to instigating fun while ensuring people work hard.
Jessica Marcus is a digital explorer in Boston who loves to instigate and facilitate innovation, adventures, and experiences.
Michael Dewberry is a software engineer and visual artist. He wrote Video Bleep’s Radome mapping software and FFGL visual effects framework, built the giant joystick, and spent many hours at the VJ console.
Nathan Lachenmyer is a hardware/software designer that creates interactive and multimedia experiences.
Nicole Barron recently completed her MFA at Massachusetts College of Art & Design with a concentration in interdisciplinary arts and event production. She has five years experience working within the underground tech art scene as a installation designer and production manger.
Rachel Bee manifests hammers, facilitates community, expands minds with blinks and pixels, and crafts ambiance with sweet tunes.
Courtney Brown has a history in theater – directing, as well as costume and stage design. This background has honed her skills in creative problem solving, managing group creative processes, and setting a tone and atmosphere of shared experiences.
Inky Stainsworth is a DJ, VJ, producer, and mixed-media artist whose day jobs include film-projection, graphic and web design, illustration, video editing and tile mosaic design. Multi-tentacled work octopus that he is, Ian juggles Video Bleep tasks with grace, including screen printing, video-mapped weather balloons, and flashy signage.