Andras Frenyo

Andras has been pursuing and creating panoramic photography since the late 1990's.  Mostly known for his 'action' panoramas, namely panoramas taken in the middle of bustling crowds, he's no stranger to panoramic time-lapse video or marrying high dynamic range imagery with the interactivity of traditional web display of panoramas.

Andras is also an organizer of panoramic craetions, such as Leftovers (2006), or; bringing artists together from many walks of life and from across borders to lead collaborative projects involving all things panoramic.

He has photographed high profile spaces, such as the Washington National Cathedral, and his panoramic photography has been published by and in print by the New York Times.

Sunny Kharbanda

Sunny is an animator and teacher, but mostly he's just searching for the artist in himself.

Taking life one frame at a time.

Kay Christi
Kay is a multimedia artist specializing in Flash, QTVR, and 3D modeling, but her preferred title is aesthetic quality control. She has delivered her accumulated wisdom on such subjects as 3D Max, Flash, and photographic VR to the hordes who gather at the Consumer Electronics Show, Digital Media DC, NY Digital Video, the National Association of Broadcasters, and the IVRPA Summit Series.

Formerly chair of the Media Arts and Animation and Game Design departments at The Art Institute of Washington, she now toils under her own banner. Her projects have ranged from work on animations for Volkswagen to fingernail-constructed necklaces to a full-blown workout of her longstanding interest with retro rockets:  Washington DC's new Rocket Bar.

She's an art school geek, with skins from Rhode Island School of Design and Savannah College of Art and Design.

Brent Mellecker

Brent is an animator, illustrator and sculptor, currently living Atlanta, Georgia.  He teaches Animation and Web Design on the Duluth campus of ITT technical Institute, as well as Web Design at the Art Institute of Atlanta.

Paul Gray

Paul graduated from the Art Institute of Washington with a B.F.A in Media Arts & Animation where he worked as a tutor/ teachers' aide helping students develop their animation and modeling skills. He worked at Angle Inc. in Springfield, Virginia as a Digital Artist developing animations, graphics, CAD models, and real-time assets, along with editing video and authoring DVD's. He was the lead artist in the development of large scale harbors for use in the Wavelore Interactive Bridge Team Trainer.

Leftovers (2006) was created by

Andras Frenyo : photographer
Sunny Kharbanda : animator
Kay Christi : concept girl
Brent Mellecker : animator
Paul Gray : digital artist

HiRes Panoramic view of the set

The Set