I used to live in a pretty neat house ("TARDIShaus" or "T-Haus") in Burbank with a a bunch of other really talented artist/filmmaker/creative types who I was lucky to get to collaborate with on a bunch of projects.
- Wyatt Banks: My artist partner on our graphic novel Smart Bomb and a just all-around swell dude and super-talented character/background designer.
- Carolyn Chrisman: Animator, novelist, and artist extraordinaire as well as T-Haus's benevolent landlord. Creator of the cult internet hit Reversal of the Heart.
- Joe Rothenberg: Animator, cartoonist, gamemaker. Creator of the awesomely funny comic strip Mr. Squirms and the equally funny and awesome Ping.
T-Haus also has a roster of auxiliary members; our "honorary residents" who have worked with us and been around so much that they might as well live there.
- Esther Gonzalez: A very funny and talented comedy writer with a sharp wit (and even sharper tongue). I met this "rull funny" gal in the trenches of the writers' room at indie animation company Divide Nine Animation and the rest, as they say, is history.
- Osric Chau: Actor known for his work in movies like 2012 & Fun Size and, lately, for his role as Kevin Tran on the TV show Supernatural. I've been fortunate to get to know him as a co-writer and producer on our short and feature projects.
- Stanley Tsang: Director, editor, and actor. Started his career in Beijing. I first met him when he was stateside working on the editorial team for Keanu Reeves' directorial debut Man of Tai Chi. With him and Osric, we began working on a number of short and feature projects.
- Derek Zhao: Talented and extremely versatile composer. Composed the music for my short film Short Circuit Sleuth. We still consider him a member of the Haus even after he moved to China full-time to compose music for Jaguar commercials and TV shows.
- Jacob Pernell: Composer specializing in indie games. This guy hasn't been around much lately either due to going to study composing more in Scottland. The jerk. He'll probably be back soon though.