Stephen Aubuchon (photographer, filmmaker) is a Montreal-born artist who turned to photography in 1991 as a second career and opened his first studio in 1993 in commercial advertising. In 1998 he undertook a personal project photographing Nazi concentration camps in Poland, which led him to abandon commercial work and turn to fine art. Stephen’s current interests are in minimalist landscapes and the study of the human form through movement; in addition to still photography, he has completed his first dance film. His work has been shown in Europe and the United States. He currently lives and works in Montreal, Canada.
G. Todd Buker (composer) is an electronic musician (a.k.a. PROXY) and the company composer for Raleigh-based Bare Theatre. He has a B.A. in media studies from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and is featured on the German label Jazz & Milk Recordings. Since 2004, he has composed and produced soundtracks to over a dozen full-length plays and short films and has distributed his music internationally.
Colby Hoke (video artist) is currently a producer at Red Hat Inc., a Raleigh-based technology company. He has a deep love of design, motion graphics, music, film theory, and performing arts and earned his degree in film studies at North Carolina State University. From there, he entered post-production, working in broadcast commercials and network programming. In addition to film, he also studied computer science and worked writing music and teaching percussion for several high school marching bands. By luck, his path crossed with Code f.a.d. Company, and he’s very proud to be a part of this extremely talented group of people.
Jason Law (photographer) is a native of upstate South Carolina and is currently based in Denver, CO. Through travels and a career in the design industry, Jason discovered his passion for photography. His eye for composition, light and particular attention to detail are apparent in all of his work. For Jason, photography is a melding of his natural artistic ability and his innate gift to emotionally connect with others. This allows him to translate experience and emotion into a photograph that both reflects his point-of-view, and exceeds the expectations of his clients. jasonelaw.com