Sam Oppenheim is a photographer and author. He spent the last year working on his new book, Encountering India From Kashmir to Kanyakumari: A Year Long Photographic Odyssey. Sam is a teacher in the New York City Public School System.
James Glave is a former magazine senior editor and a onetime editor for Conde Nast’s Wired News.
Actor Andrew Edlin
Paul founded the Loading Zone in 1966. They were the opening act for such legendary groups as The Who, Rod Stewart, the Grateful Dead, Sam and Dave, Big Brother and the Holding Company with lead singer Janice Joplin, and dozens more. Paul went on to write and record music inspired by the teachings of His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Keelan Dimick is an award winning jazz pianist and a graduate of the prestigious Manhattan School of Music.
Constance Brenneman has an undergraduate degree in drama with a minor in creative writing from Carnegie Mellon University, and a Master’s degree as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Constance has worked in television, film, voice over and hosting.
Laura Dawn is a political activist and singer/songwriter. She has been the Cultural Director for MoveOn.org and the MoveOn PAC since March 2004. She appears on Moby’s latest album Hotel
Robby Benson is an American film and television actor, television director and educator. As an actor he was nominated for the three Golden Globe Awards.
Mel Di Giacomo is a photojournalist and fine art photographer. He has shot over twenty cover photographs for Newsweek Magazine as well as producing several photo essays for Newsweek.