Juliet holds down a job as the Managing Editor of a publication that talks about urban renewal, entrepreneurship, talented individuals, economic development and reclaiming vacant properties. But off the clock, she can’t stay away from seedy motels, dangerous festivals and disgusting conventions. There’s just something about being an embedded reporter at a Bronie Convention or a gonzo investigation into electroshock therapy that just does it for her.
Did you know that Shawn Avery used to be a truck driver? He also used to be a U.S. Marine. These two things come in handy. This is a guy who built a frog pond in his backyard, perfected a recipe for fish tacos, and custom-built and designed his picturesque bathroom. Plus, he’s real easy on the eyes.
Mary Sjaarda: Photographer
Mary Sjaarda is a graphic designer and self-proclaimed “hack photographer” who has a unhealthy fascination with placing herself in awkward and dangerous situations. Whenever she isn’t braving photo pits or affiliating with gang members, she takes boring pictures of snacks and vegetables for one of the largest food distributors in the Midwest.
Jason and his dog have investigated a multitude of abandoned buildings and strange terrains. In his daily life, he does graphic design for a real estate firm.
Hypochrondriac, cat-lover, voracious reader, Pellegrino addict.