Director, Executive Producer, Writer, Editor
This project is the brainchild of Alex, greatly inspired by a childhood favorite of his, Walking with Dinosaurs. Alex has edited several videos, including three fan-films based on the Godzilla franchise that he's posted on his channel G&G-Fan, is majoring in evolutionary biology/ecology and filmmaking in college, and has contributed tremendously to the scripts and story for the series, as well as bringing the whole team together.
Associate Producer, Scientific Consultant, Writer
Jonathan wrote a substantial amount of the scripts for two episodes and continues to help tremendously with writing as well as organizing the project. His areas of expertise include avian and non-avian theropods, sauropods, and conodonts. Currently, he is engaged in research on conodont evolution with a professor at the University of Iowa. Additionally, his essays on paleontology have won a Gold Key and an American Voices nomination at the Scholastic Writing Contest.
You can check out his blog here.
Associate Producer, Writer
The first person to have joined onto Alex's project, Nathanael has contributed a vast amount to the scripts, stories, recruiting team members, and generally making this project become a reality.
Nathanael is not new to writing dinosaur-related material: he co-wrote a novel called "Dawn of the Portals".
Associate Producer, Modeler, Writer, Storyboarder, Sound Designer
J is a crucial member of the documentary's team. The substance of his contributions to the organization of the project as well as the scripts of multiple different episodes cannot be understated. Among other things, he drew the first storyboards for the series, having done the storyboards for the upcoming scene we are using to advertise the series during our crowdfunding campaign.
You can check out his channel on YouTube here.
Lise is an exceptional modeler and animator, so much so that we won't judge you if you think you're actually looking at a real picture of a dinosaur for a brief moment. She is currently contributing to the project in a massive way: doing the animation for the crowdfunding scene.
You may know Jayson as Wobbly Works, the name of his YouTube channel on which he posts stunning animations of both prehistoric animals and kaiju like Godzilla. He is doing animation work for the crowdfunding scene.
We definitely recommend subscribing to his YouTube channel here.
Modeler, Concept Artist
Though a beginner, Sergi is a dedicated artist who has made fantastic 3D dinosaur models with an astounding attention to detail. He is the creator of our beautiful-looking models for Tyrannosaurus and Tylosaurus, as well as many more in the future! He has also done work on two games, The Depths (a prehistoric survival game focusing on underwater/semi-aquatic creatures) and a recent project called Wake of Pandora.
You can check out his portfolio on ArtStation here.
An incredibly skilled freelance 3D modeler, Callie has previously done work for the prehistoric video game Beasts of Bermuda. She is also the modeler of the stunning Dilophosaurus model that will appear in the crowdfunding scene
You can check out her portfolio on ArtStation here.
José is a man of many talents. He is not only a great 3D modeler but also a capable animator. He's done both the Placerias and Smilosuchus models, which can be viewed on their respective pages, and will be contributing more impressive 3D models in the future.
Modeler, Environmental Designer
Roland is an excellent and skilled professional 3D modeler and environmental designer who has done work for Hollywood films such as Kong: Skull Island, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Godzilla vs. Kong, and the 2019 remake of The Lion King, working for the big name visual effects companies Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) and Moving Picture Company (MPC).
You can view his ArtStation page here.
Santiago is no stranger to paleo-media; he's proven his expertise and talent by doing work for video games like Jurassic World: Evolution, Primal Carnage, and ARK: Survival Evolved.
You can check out his ArtStation page here.
Jacob is an Australian actor who has starred multiple short films, one of which has won an award. He has a Certificate III in Screen and Media from the Canberra Institute of Technology and an Advance Diploma in Performance from Perform Australia.
Additionally, he was the voice of the popular meme video in the paleo-community "Allosaurus has never seen such bullshit before", pulling off a near-perfect Kenneth Branagh impression.
You can check out his website here.
Jacob is a freelance, versatile composer who has done the music for several web series, fan-films, and short films. If you're into Star Wars, you may know him as the composer of the soundtrack for Star Wars Theory's Darth Vader fan-film.
Writer and Concept Artist
Noah is not only a great artist with a very distinctive and attractive style but also an excellent writer, with an engaging, elegant, and amazingly descriptive style that paints a perfect picture in your head. He's contributed both to concept art but also to scripts for the series.
Fredrick is a very talented 3D modeler who has agreed to do commission work for the project.
You can check out his DeviantArt page here.
You may be familiar with his work if you've heard of his YouTube channel GameVideosForLife. James has done stunning textures and skins for the game Jurassic World: Evolution, of which you can see over at his page on NexusMods here.
Juan Yu See
Juan is a big part of the reason the scripts are extremely up-to-date in terms of scientific accuracy. Not only does he have an impressive amount of paleo-knowledge on his own, he's been a great provider of scientific papers, and his connections to paleontologists like Thomas Holtz and John Foster have allowed us to nail the accuracy.
Sound Designer, Editor, Scientific Consultant
Widely known across the paleo community as E.D.G.E., Destin has come on board as a scientific consultant for the series, as he plans on going into the field of paleontology, and has also offered to do editing work (of which his expertise in both editing and paleontology can be seen on his YouTube uploads) and sound effects for the series.
You can check out his YouTube channel here.
You see the really awesome, fantastic art on the background of our site? That is the official poster for this project that was commissioned from a paleoartist who goes by Prehistorica on Twitter. Be sure to check out his work, it's some of the best out there!
Levi van der Veen - Writer of Morrison Formation episode and 1 other yet to be announced
Join our Team
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