Erin Morrissey is an artist, avid writer and enthusiast of all things creative. She obtained her B.A. from Wheaton College with a concentration in both Studio Art and Art History. Her artwork has graced Massachussets galleries, New Orleans jazz halls, and spaces throughout Ireland. Erin is a contributing writer for Boston Art Underground as well as the founder and curator of her website, IFA –a collection of reviews concerning degenerate or in vogue art, artists, exhibitions, museums and galleries conceived to inspire and encourage creation and discourse of art.
From the age of ten, Lynnese Page knew she was destined to be onstage. Following her graduation from Wheaton College with a B.A. in Theatre and Dance Studies, she returned home to New York City and pursued her dream. She’s appeared on TV in HBO’s How to Make It in America, onscreen in Saving Julian and 3D, onstage in End Game, For Colored Girls… and Twelfth Night and moonlighted as a model for the Fall 2012 Levi’s campaign. When she’s not auditioning or in rehearsal, she’s dabbling in furniture making, dreaming up business plans, or de-stressing at hot yoga.
Native New Yorker Victoria Miller is a writer, producer and all-around film expert. Armed with a B.A. in English from Wheaton College and an M.A. in Film from the New School, her past projects include the 2011 Essence Music Festival, episodes of Behind the Music, and thousands of videos for About.com. Currently, she is the Associate Producer at MerchantCantos, a production company that focuses on commercial productions and corporate videos. When she’s not jetting off to a shoot, she’s working on her latest screenplay, catching up on her Netflix queue, or hitting the yoga mat.
Meg Duffy is a content creator and manager who loves connecting people with information that matters. After earning her B.A. in Psychology from Wheaton College and MLIS from Queens College, she worked as a camp counselor in Turkey, a track coach, an ESL tutor, and a production archivist for the Metropolitan Opera. Previously, she interviewed artists and created original posts on her street art blog, Illicit Exhibitions. Whether she’s teaching herself to code, learning Spanish, or training for a marathon, Meg always wants to learn and do more.