Ting Poo began editing while studying Film at Columbia University, after which she worked at @radical.media for almost ten years cutting both commercial work and branded content for television. Since joining Spot Welders in 2012, Ting has worked with Tony Kaye and Sam Bayer on Super Bowl campaigns for Bud Light and NBC Sports as well as documentaries for Netflix and HBO. In 2015 she co-edited her first VR piece, “The Displaced” which won the Entertainment Grand Prix at Cannes. Ting resides in Santa Monica, CA.
Paul Maroon is a New Orleans based composer. He is best known as a member of the Walkmen, a group that performed in over 40 countries over a 15 year career. Paul began composing for films in 2015, and his credits include Heaven is a Traffic Jam on the 405, the Gold Within, and Hit it Hard – for ESPN’s acclaimed 30 for 30 series. Paul graduated from Columbia College in 2000.
Casey Price has worked in visual effects since 2003. He has collaborated on documentaries, music videos, feature films, and all manner of commercial productions, including working as the on-set VFX supervisor on Spike Jonze’s film “Her”. He has a background in fine arts and attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Currently he is based in Los Angeles, CA.
Masaki Yokochi is an independent director / designer / animator. His designs for Apple, among other famous brands, have created a distinctive mark on contemporary pop-culture. Masaki fluidly works across all mediums, creating designs and animation for interactive, broadcast, film, print and software user-interface. A native of Japan, now living in Venice, CA, his creative sensibility is noted for a sense of balance, elegance and order.