Jeremy Gardiner is an artist whose paintings and multimedia projects have been shown in the US and abroad at many venues, including the Tibor de Nagy Gallery in New York, Friends of Photography in San Francisco, The Museum of Modern Art in Paris, The Institute of Contemporary Art in London and Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paolo. Gardiner is a graduate of the Royal College of Art in London and a Harkness Fellow at the Media Lab at MIT. He has received awards from The New York Foundation for the Arts and Prix Ars Electronica. He spent seven years helping to develop the graduate computer graphics program at Pratt Institute and taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York. His book Digital Photo Illustration was published by Van Nostrand Reinhold in 1994. His most recent project is a QTVR CD-ROM for Ricco Maresca Gallery in New York.
Andrew Glassner is a researcher at
Microsoft, where he creates new computer graphics and studies the effect
of computers on media and society. He has worked on computer graphics research since 1978, at the NYIT Computer Graphics Lab, Case Western Reserve University, the IBM TJ Watson Research Lab, the Delft University of Technology, Bell Communications Research, Xerox PARC, and Microsoft Research. He is a popular writer and speaker. His book 3D Computer Graphics: A Handbook for Artists and Designers has taught a generation of artists. Glassner created and edited the "Graphics Gems" series and the book An Introduction to Ray Tracing. His most recent text is Principles of Digital Image Synthesis, a two-volume treatise on rendering theory and practice published by Morgan-Kaufmann. He has served as Chair of the SIGGRAPH 94 Papers Committee, Founding Editor of the Journal of Graphics Tools, and Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Graphics. He directed the short film "Chicken Crossing," which premiered at the SIGGRAPH 96 Electronic Theater. Away from work, Glassner paints, plays jazz piano, writes fiction, and hikes.
Lynn Pocock is an artist and Associate Professor of Computer Graphics and Interactive Media at Pratt Institute. Her artwork has often taken the form of experimental computer animation; her recent work takes the form of digital monotypes. Pocock's art and research have been published in scholarly journals such as Leonardo and the Art Journal, and her art work has been exhibited internationally, including in the New York Film and Video Expo, the London International Film Festival, and SIGGRAPH's Electronic Theater. Her professional activities have included directing an interactive educational project for the IBM Latin American Headquarters, co-producing the SIGGRAPH 93 Small Animation Theaters and serving on the Board of Directors of NYC SIGGRAPH. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and Art from Rutgers University, a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Computer Art from the University of Massachusetts. Currently, Pocock is co-authoring a book on computer animation.