Kate grew up in a Navy family—living in Memphis, Hawaii and Florida before settling in the Pacific Northwest. She received her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in 2005 and an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 2010. She’s been working as an Illustrator and Designer for over 10 years and was recognized as a “Fresh Illustrator” in Communication Arts, featured in multiple design annuals, magazines, and blogs. She loves Beyonce and her first car had a fake wood dash, oh and the Obamas sent her a Christmas card last year.
A third generation Seattleite and 15-year veteran of creative studios large and small, Alisa’s account and project management experience includes Starbucks, PepsiCo, Microsoft, and more. She received her degree amid the wheat fields and wineries of Walla Walla at Whitman College. Aside from being a go-to for restaurant recommendations and magazine sharing, Alisa firmly believes that Hallmark should popularize an Aunt’s Day.
Drew grew up in Stockton, California, winner of the “All-American City” award in 1999 and 2004 as well as Forbes “America’s Most Miserable City” in 2009 and 2011. He escaped to Seattle to attend Cornish College of the Arts, where he graduated with a degree in Visual Communication. He worked in advertising for a while but now has the free time to watch hockey and raise a little dog named Pickle.
Learning to program before puberty, Guthrie was addicted to the Internet before this was socially acceptable. More recently he has exhibited his Internet art in venues such as the Sundance Film Festival and New York's New Museum. A graduate of UCLA's Design | Media Arts program, he lives and codes in sunny Hollywood, California.