(1.) Nathan Feldman is a retired President of an export company. Born in Luxembourg he emigrated with his family to Detroit, served in the Coast Guard, graduated from Wayne State University with a degree in international trade then traveled the world selling army surplus and used clothing to third world and emerging nations which included Japan and Western Europe after World War II.

(2.) Michel Varisco, fine art photographer and New Orleans native, has studied and worked at the Lacoste School of Art in France, holds an MFA from Tulane University and teaches at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. Michel studied graphic design at Loyola University, New Orleans before committing herself to fine art. Recent work explores Post-Industrial remnants of rural and urban areas, mostly located in the south and has exhibited in Louisiana, New York, Memphis, Nashville, Mississippi, Washington, France, Italy and Czechoslovakia.

(3.) A native of Detroit, Nancy Sharon Collins holds a BFA in design from the Kansas City Art Institute, an MFA in graphic design from the Hartford Art School, she worked for 27 years in her own New York City design firm for clients such as The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Opera, Estee Lauder and Martha Stewart and now practices and teaches graphic design in New Orleans, Louisiana.