Tim Minchin is an award-winning Australian musician, composer, songwriter, actor, comedian and writer. His current songs span various musical styles and topics such as environmentalism, rationalism, prejudice(ism), logical fallacies(ism) and his amour de fromage et de boobs(ism). He is the composer and lyricist for the West End and Broadway Musical 'Matilda', provided narration for Shaun Tan's Oscar-winning animation 'The Lost Thing', and completed an arena tour culminating in dates at the Sydney Opera House, and the Royal Albert Hall with the 55-piece Heritage Orchestra (now available on DVD and Bluray with added Storm!). He lives in London with his wife and two children. @timminchin
Dan C Turner is a director, animator, illustrator and coder with a unique style of character design and very little spare time. He has worked for brands including Sony, Vodafone, Barclays, ITV, PKR, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, and T Mobile. As well as animated shorts, he designs and builds award-winning Flash games. A multi-instrumentalist, DC also composes soundtracks and scores. He is co-founder of animation and game development studio KerShoot Ltd and lives in London. @dcturner
Tracy King is a producer, consultant and writer whose marketing achievements include the viral video hit 'The Colour-Changing Card Trick' by Richard Wiseman (now considered the biggest science communication video in history, having been seen by some 85 million people online and TV). She consults and talks on viral and other forms of marketing and PR at events worldwide, produces events, and has an unofficial world record for spoon-bending. Tracy has a column in Custom PC Magazine and a personal blog at tkingdoll.com. She is co-founder of animation and game development studio KerShoot Ltd and lives in London. @tkingdoll
KerShoot studios was formed after the critical success of Storm.
Director/animator DC Turner and producer Tracy King founded the
company to focus on animation, motion graphics and game development
projects. KerShoot clients in 2011/12 include Dreamworks, Blitz Games,
and Ogilvy (for Unilever).