Kelly Hart is a multimedia artist specializing in sophisticated conceptual and aesthetic design for user interfaces and public display as well as film, video, 2-D animation, and multimedia design. She has recently co-authored a series of books (New Perspectives on Dreamweaver) for Thompson Publishing, which was selected as official courseware by Macromedia. Kelly's background includes project management for a diverse range of large-scale media and multimedia projects. In addition to writing, teaching and running a full service multimedia design firm, she continues to produce and distribute her independent video art and has been shown in many prestigious national venues including KERA/PBS "Frame of Mind", Syracuse University, Dallas Video Festival, Mackinney Arts Center, Axlegrease "Squeaky Wheel", Philadelphia DUTV 54, Manhattan (35) "Bijou Matinee", MacWorld and Siggraph.

Combining backgrounds in Art, Psychology and Media Technologies with 12 years as a University Professor, Mitch Geller divides his time between running NU-Design, making experimental and interactive media, and teaching the occasional multimedia seminar. His expertise includes advanced programming and design for database, Web, CD-ROM and intranet based applications. His work has been shown internationally including: Video Witnesses: Festival of New Journalism, The Humboldt Film Festival, INFERMENTAL7 (200 City International Tour), International Festival of Progressive Film and Video, USA Film Festival, the Marin County Film and Video Exhibition, the United States Film and Video Festival, the Chicago International Film Festival, and the 26th Festival Der Nationen. In addition, he has been on the faculty at MacWorld, featured in Siggraph, co-authored the New Perspectives on Dreamweaver series of books and has written a chapter for Virtual Publics (Yale University Press).