Karl Haendel received an MFA from UCLA in 2003. He has had solo exhibitions at Lever House, New York (2010) and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles (2006). Haendel’s work has recently been exhibited at the Guggenheim, The New Museum, The Drawing Center, The
Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), the Hammer Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and in the 2008 California Biennial. His work will be featured in Prospect 2, New Orleans Biennial this Fall.

Petter Ringbom grew up on the Swedish island Gotland. After studying at the Cooper Union School of Art in New York, he partnered in the creative agency Flat where he art directed projects for MoMA, Aperture Magazine and Yale University Art Gallery. He has taught at Parsons School of Design and New York University and served on the board of the American Institute of Graphic Arts. His film 'May Fly' premiered at Stockholm International Film Festival and screened at festivals around the world. His first feature documentary ‘The Russian Winter’, a film about American musician John Forté, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2012.

Giebel’s recent producer credits include Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story and Theater of War, a feature documentary starring Meryl Streep and Tony Kushner. She has produced programs for Sundance Channel, IFC, ITVS, and Court TV, as well as commercial work for the fashion and music industries and corporate clients such as Calvin Klein, IBM, UPS and Estee Lauder. She holds film degrees from Harvard and New York Universities.