Wendy Chee Wei Ling (NATURE) is a spirited individual filled with deep passion for art, photography and film. She has worked for numerous television commercials and feature films and is currently assistant art director at Artison Asia. Her short film Love Through the Ages was featured in the Urban Nomad Film Festival Taiwan 2008 and the Singapore Short Cuts 2008.
Ivan Yong Wai Wan (MAN) is a graduate from NTU Dancesport Academy. He performed as float dancer in 2009 Chingay Parade in NTU’s maiden float Draconika, designed by Isaac Kerlow. Being influenced by a variety of danceforms, he has wide interests in performing arts field including dance, drama and theatrical works.
Oon Shu An (NATURE’s Voice) started her love affair with the screen with the 2006 indie film Becoming Royston. Her TV and short film credits include Love in a Cab, Journey West, Kitchen Quartet and Left Hook. She is a founding member of TheatreStrays, a physical theatre group, and has also worked with The Necessary Stage, and played Cordelia in The King Lear Project.
Lim Yu-Beng (MAN’s Voice) is a well-known stage and screen actor from Singapore, having won Best Actor in 2005, and Best Supporting Actor in 2004 for the Life! Theatre Awards. In 2005 he was also nominated for Best Actor in the Asian Television Awards. He has played leads in numerous films, including Singapore Dreaming, Anna and the King, The Lost Empire, and Kung Fu Killers.
Sergio Moure de Oteyza is an established Spanish music composer. He Graduated from Barcelona’s Liceo Conservatory, and in 2004 received a Goya (the Spanish Oscar) for his Unconscious sound track. He has also created music for Retornos directed by Luis Avilés, Kidnapped by Miguel Angel Vivas, and Cargo (co-composed with Stephen Warbeck, Oscar-winner for Shakespeare in Love). His Admonitum was recently premiered by the Galician Symphony Orchestra at the La Coruña Opera Palace.
Isaac Kerlow 柯一笑 has a long career as a pioneer digital artist and independent filmmaker, and his work has been shown internationally. He is Artist-in-Residence at the Earth Observatory of Singapore, and arrived to the tropical island in 2005 as Founding Dean of the country’s first professional art and film school. Isaac is also the author of several ground-breaking books, and his recent film Mayon: The Volcano Princess won the Best Concept Award at the United Nations Summit of Environmental Cinema in 2010.