Jeremy Ray graduated from Carnegie Mellon with a MFA in Dramatic Writing. He is the recipient of the Max K. Lerner Playwriting Fellowship for his play Boiling Point and the Shubert Playwriting Fellowship for his play Sisters of Transformation. His work has been performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. His screenplays have placed in the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards Competition, The Academy Nicholl Fellowship, and the ScreenCraft Drama Contest. But now he spends most of his time writing short stories and books.
Originally from Edinburg, Mississippi, Megan Morrison is a writer and filmmaker living in Los Angeles. Her short film DEAD COLOR, a thriller in the vein of Tales from the Crypt, screened in festivals across the country including the Catalina Film Festival and the Crossroads Film Festival. Megan was a finalist for the Warner Brothers TV Writer’s Fellowship, the ABC Writer’s Fellowship, and The Orchard Project TV Lab. Her feature screenplay, BREATH OF LIFE, won an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation screenwriting award for showcasing the life and work of Dr. Mary Ellen Avery, who pioneered the treatment of premature infants. Megan has performed at the O’Neill National Puppetry Conference, the Puppet Happening of Pittsburgh, and on the children’s television show The Magic Woods. Megan holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon University and is a member of the WGA Independent Writer’s Caucus as well as the Los Angeles Guild of Puppetry. She is repped by Rothman Brecher Ehrich Livingston. When not creating, Megan enjoys backpacking in the mountains around Los Angeles and in the Eastern Sierra. She recently completed the entire John Muir Trail northbound (over 250 miles).