is an outspoken pop culture lover who majored in journalism and minored in gossip. Referred to as “endearingly manic,” she knows that just means she’s a lunatic. In her illustrious career, she has written for a museum, a candy store, a U.S. Senator and had one review published in an actual newspaper. She now writes for Entertainment Weekly. Find her in 140 characters @amandataylor88.
is the founder of SOUND. He has written for Men’s Journal, Deseret News, Daily Herald, Rhombus and worked as an editor at the The Daily Universe. When he’s not involved in one of the aforementioned pursuits, he sleeps. Very well. Follow him on Twitter at @chasemlarson, Google+ or at his website ChaseLarson.com.
is a filmmaker, writer and the co-editor-in-chief of The Orphanage: A Rejection Letter Magazine. He has had creative work published by Esquire, Iron Horse Literary Review, Epiphany Magazine and Inscape: A Journal of Literature and Art. Other than that stuff, he does some substitute teaching and manages a band called The National Parks.
is SOUND’s resident sensei of all things movie-related. Recently graduated from Brigham Young University, he is now working towards a Master’s degree in film at Boston University. Check out Jordan’s filmmaking blog at twentyoneninety.blogspot.com.
A proud Twitter-er, Tumblr-er and only child, he has simple and humble ambitions of writing and directing major Hollywood films, and frequently pursues ventures in comedy, journalism, photography, production, art, business, athletics, advertising, motorsports and psychology. In the meantime, he writes for SOUND.
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