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Rashed Rahmani started painting in 1996 and is living and working as a freelance artist in Herat, Afghanistan. His watercolor and oil painting show traditional and modern Afghan culture with an amazing attention to light and color. He has been exhibited in several group and solo exhibitions in Herat and Kabul and was a featured artist for the international exhibition, Kabul Art Project.
Jay Moyano is a professional colorist, living in Spain. With over 10 years experience in the comic book industry, he has worked with publishers like Arcana, Devil’s Due, Ape Entertainment, Angry Viking Press, Top Secret Press and ComixTribe. Website: https://jaymolandio.deviantart.com
Juan Francisco Moyano was born in Cordoba, Spain. He has worked in the comic book industry for 10 years. He is known for his work in Dynamite’s Army of Darkness, The Worlds of Dungeons & Dragons, Forgotten Realms, Corrective Measures, IDW’s Gate-Way, and Top Secret Press’ Betty Wicked. Website: https://wici.deviantart.com
Mukesh Singh was born in Mumbai, India in 1976. He received a BFA in painting from the Sir J.J. School of Arts in Mumbai in 1997. Since then, he has been working as a freelance illustrator, motion graphics artist, senior game artist, CG modeler and animator, and senior illustrator and concept artist for various comics, game, and film and television projects.
He was awarded Best Colorist at the Comic Critique Awards in 2008, was nominated for Most Promising Newcomer at the International ComicCon San Diego 2008, and was featured in an exhibition entitled “Heroes and Villains: The Battle for Good” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 2010.
Singh has garnered notice as a comics cover artist, with striking covers for titles like Marvel’s All-New Invaders and Indestructible Hulk, as well as interior art for graphic story projects like Dinosaurs Vs Aliens. Other credits include: Grant Morrison’s 18 Days, Shekhar Kapoor’s Devi and Guy Ritchie’s Game Keeper. Website: http://nisachar.deviantart.com
Terrance Grace graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He adapted Maurice Blanchot’s novela The Madness Of The Day into a startling tour de force for Wooster Group actor Michael Kirby. It was awarded the Silver Star at the Sacramento International Film Festival.
Mr. Ahmed brought a heightened naturalism to this original story of an Indian immigrant’s search for self in rural Pennsylvania. Starring internationally renowned actor Naseeruddin Shah, it was awarded Best Narrative Film at the Atlanta Film Festival and a Special Jury Prize at the San Francisco International Film Festival. The Times of India called it “an enigmatic masterpiece.”
The late producer Wouter Barendrecht of Fortissimo Films championed Terrance’s script, Bring Me The Head Of Rajiv Patel at the 1999 International Film Financing Conference in San Francisco, voting it “most promising project.”
Aside from Khyber Knights, he is currently at work on The Locksmith – a five volume neo-noir graphic novel series; and Spanish Moss – a fantasy/horror graphic novel. Both are adapted from his original screenplays.
More information can be found on his website: terrancegrace.com
Sanjay A. Sippy is a successful entrepreneur since the early nineties. After migrating from Hampshire, Sanjay graduated from Seattle University with degrees in Finance and Economics. He completed his studies at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Sanjay met CuChullaine in 1986, when they were both students at Seattle University — working on the school’s newspaper, The Spectator. After CuChullaine returned to the U.S., he sent Sanjay an early draft of his manuscript. Even though they had already been friends for fifteen years, it would take nearly twenty more, before CuChullaine agreed to an adaptation of his story.
Having come from a family of Bollywood producers, Sanjay works in the financial arena with numerous banks and financial institutions, always looking for product that can be delivered to the global market place.
Sanjay successfully produced the first Bollywood film shot entirely outside of India. Kaante – an Indian/U.K. co-production, was the first Bollywood film to gross US$1M+ on opening weekend. It ranked in the Top 10 in US, UK, France, Germany, Australia, and secured the #1 spot in India for several weeks. Sanjay is a proud member of BAFTA.