Brian Rouze has had an interest in art and photography that began at an early age due to the cameras and home-made darkroom in his family’s home. He co-created a documentary film: “Silica, Frit and Cane” about a glassblowing biker. The documentary inspired a very successful multi-media art gallery exhibit at the Fullerton Art Walk called “Fire and Glass: A Biker’s Love of Glasswork”. Brian has been shooting video since the mid 80′s and currently is the Director & Executive Producer of “The Culinary Cocktail Hour”, an improv comedy cooking cable show airing in North Orange County, CA. He has a degree in Television and Video Production from Fullerton College. Over 20 years ago he co-founded Images In Motion based in Southern California which continues to produce high definition photography and video.
Cindy Rouze is a professional photographer and videographer. She also is an independent filmmaker, freelance writer including reporting for examiner.com, an artist, a local TV personality and previously a radio co-host. She resides in North Orange County, California.
Sheryl Straub is a professional make-up & special effects artist residing in the Los Angeles area. She also creates paper mache sculpture and masks. An avid fan of the haunted attraction industry, she has worked as a haunt artist for several notable attractions, including Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor and Knott’s Scary Farm.
With 18 years of experience under his belt, David Moyle’s unique and eclectic style of photography has attracted clients such as Nihon Kohden, Hoshizaki Western, Reliance Steel, Del Taco, Boyd Coddington, Toastmasters International, and Glen Ivy Hot Springs and Day Spa. His area of expertise is diverse and includes work in commercial, product, food, catalog, fashion, portrait, nature, events, theater/performing arts, automobile racing, and even fine art photography.
His artistic work has also been displayed at several galleries throughout Southern California and in 2009 his photography was selected as a finalist for the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction’s annual erotic art competition. He was recently also honored with an award from B&W Magazine in their 2013 Single Image Award Issue for “Metaphor/Abstract”.