Dir. of Post Production
Nat studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and has worked in post-production for over a decade. He didn't write this bio himself because he and his lovely wife just welcome their first child into their family, He is enjoying a few weeks off with his wife and son and will provide a full personal bio upon his return. Congratulations Nat!
Chief Production Officer
Lynette grew up on a sheep farm in Ohio and graduated from Denison University with degrees in Cinema and English Writing. She enjoys camping, snowboarding, cooking, and spending time with her husband, Mike, and cat, Pierre. As Lightswitch's Chief Production Officer, she loves bringing clients' visions to life creatively through video. The one video that will always make her laugh? May she present, "Two Chips"
Chief Revenue Officer
Bryce grew up in Iowa with a passion for movies, particularly the science fiction and horror movies of John Carpenter. He attended the film program at the University of Iowa and started working in the non-profit world before discovering his love of small business. In his spare time he hangs out with his ugly dog, Beans, reads history books and tries to stay in shape. His favorite web video of all time is The Farting Baby
Thom is from a town 40 minutes north of Chicago where he started watching R-rated movies at a questionable age; he was once reprimanded in kindergarten for saying his favorite movie was Predator. He attended Columbia College Chicago and majored in film & video. He has been a professional video editor since 2006. He spends most of his time going to movies, defending the White Sox, and riding his motorcycle as far as he can. He wishes he had an orangutan friend.
Hailing from the Twin Cities in Minnesota, Ian journeyed to Chicago to pursue a degree in Digital Cinema at DePaul University. His love for movies and technology cultivated a passion for video editing and post-production. In his off-time, he enjoys the company of friends, watching sports, and eating his way through Chicago's great restaurant scene.
Joe was born and raised in the Portage Park neighborhood of Chicago, where he learned to never put ketchup on a hot dog. He is an alumnus of Illinois State University. In his free time he obsesses over the Cubs, plays fantasy baseball, and tries to go to as many local shows as he can. His favorite web video is My Longest Yeah Boy Ever