Jeff Buhler has been an movie fanatic since childhood. After making a series of ultra-gory super-8 horror films in high school, Jeff went on to study Film and Theater Arts at UC Santa Cruz.
During the late 90’s, Jeff worked in various facets of the film industry from development through post production and even found himself acting for theater companies including The Actor’s Gang and the Evidence Room. He is an alumni of Second City and has appeared in many independent films.
Jeff’s big break as a screenwriter came when he sold an original idea to Working Title Films in 2000. His work on that script led to an assignment re-writing the horror spec “Cave” for Working Title Films.
After pitching a feature version of the Clive Barker short story “The Midnight Meat Train”, Jeff landed the writing honors and worked closely with Barker bringing the adaptation of his classic short story to life under the direction of famed Japanese director, Ryuhei Kitamura.. The film was released theatrically in August of 2008 by Lion’s Gate Films.
Jeff made his feature directing debut for Sony Pictures from his original script “Insanitarium.” The project follows a man who commits himself to an asylum to save his sister only to find the methods employed in the hospital are less than orthodox. The film was released through Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in July 2008.
is no stranger to Glass Eye Pix, having worked with in-house composer Jeff Grace on several scores over the years including THE ROOST, TRIGGER MAN, THE LAST WINTER, I SELL THE DEAD, THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, BITTER FEAST and STAKE LAND, in which he also appeared on screen. Eggar additionally contributed to the Fessenden TV show “SKIN AND BONES” and the short SANTA CLAWS: No job too modest for this maestro of the cello. Eggar’s musical genius stretches far beyond Glass Eye Pix, however…
Eggar was a musical prodigy as a child, beginning to play the cello and piano at age three and performing on Broadway and at the Metropolitan Opera at age seven. He trained as a classical cellist at The Juilliard School, and later graduated from Harvard University and The Juilliard School’s Doctoral Program. He debuted in Carnegie Hall at 15 as the youngest winner in the history of the Artists International competition. He has appeared throughout the world as a classical soloist, including concerto appearances at Avery Fisher Hall, Carnegie Hall, London’s Barbican Center, the Paris Opera, and the Hollywood Bowl.
Eggar has performed and recorded with artists in numerous genres, including The Who, Coldplay, John Denver, Ornette Coleman, Josh Groban, Roberta Flack, Bon Jovi, and dozens of others. Eggar signed with Domo Records in 1998 and released three albums.
has been a core member of DigIt Audio since 2002. John has had a varied past in the world of film, working as a locations sound mixer, a stop motion animator, and motion picture camera repairman. His passion has always been sound and his recent credits include shorts, features, documentaries and video games including sound editor on SKETCHES OF FRANK GEHRY and SOUL POWER, dialogue editor on HALF NELSON and foley editor on SUGAR. John Moros is a drummer and musician as well.
has been working at DigIt Audio since 2008 as a technical engineer and sound editor. He was sound editor on BITTER FEAST, STAKE LAND, THE TILLMAN STORY and UNIVERSAL SOLDIER: REGENERATION, among many other titles. MAN ON THE LEDGE is Sellye’s first radio program.
A Berklee graduate with a penchant for making noise, Kate Bilinski is a New York based sound designer, editor, and composer. Present in both the film and advertising worlds, she currently works with Dig It Audio Inc, and Big Foote Music and Sound and has collaborated with clients from Google to Disney and Sesame Street. Her credits include films such as Days and Nights, L’Historie Sordide de Dave Grigger, and Cold Comes the Night. In the last few years, she has participated in artists residences in the United States, Europe and Latin America, including Performing Daily Practice at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Castello in Movimento, in Fosidonvo Italy. If you happen to catch her outside of the studio, she might be attempting a gravity-defying yoga pose (with varying degrees of success), training for a half marathon, or simply enjoying a rather large coffee.
Writer director Glenn McQuaid was born and raised on the North side of Dublin. McQuaid’s first Collaboration with Larry Fessenden came about when he coordinated the visual effects on THE ROOST. Since then he has worked on several of Glass Eye Pix productions including THE LAST WINTER, HOUSE OF THE DEVIL and STAKELAND. McQuaid’s feature debut I Sell the Dead was a festival favorite that sold to IFC and is currently available to rent or buy at all decent retailers. He is currently curating TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, and developing various feature projects.
“Ghoulish” Gary Pullin is an award-winning freelance artist residing in Toronto Canada and has steadily carved out his own unique niche with-in the genre he loves – horror. In 2009 he was voted artist of the year at the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards, an organization which recognizes professionals working in the horror realm. For over ten years he made his mark as Art Director at Rue Morgue Magazine, the world’s leading genre publication dedicated to horror in culture and entertainment. His artwork and influence at Rue Morgue helped shape the ever-evolving face of horror, leading him to work with many notable contemporaries such as musician/filmmaker Rob Zombie and artist Mike Mignola (Hellboy), as well as the influences that inspired him to create in the first place, such as horror icons Clive Barker and Basil Gogos. Gary’s work has hung in galleries across the globe and has been published in numerous publications, such as Royal Flush and the heavy metal magazine Revolver. When he’s not making monsters, Gary is Rue Morgue’s resident art columnist for The Fright Gallery and has been interviewed for several genre-related documentaries, the latest being Fanboy Confessional – a TV series on SPACEchannel about fans and personalities with an undying love for counter-culture.”