"No man is an island"
I've had, and continue to have, the pleasure of many collaborations over the years. Some, like my work with Dennis, have influenced and defined Sunbrothers in ways beyond measure. For these I am deeply grateful, and consider myself a lucky man.
is originally from Los Angeles and studied Material Science at UC Berkeley. He has worked for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and currently works with the California Lighting Technology Center developing energy efficient technologies, and specializes in LED illumination applications. He is a self taught sculptor, and lists metal work, glass work, electronics design, and solar engineering among the many skills that his artwork and engineering endeavors have led him to develop.
grew up in the Bay Area, got a degree in Astrophysics from UC Berkeley, and makes a hobby of trying hobbies. His enthusiasm, openmindedness, and technical abilities have proven essential as Sunbrothers grew from an idea to a reality.
Mace has used her considerable talents to coordinate events and provide VITAL general support.
Lutes of Light
Fantastic, assists with circuit board design and programming. He was also the mastermind of the Lily Pond project, and has been a vast source of information and expertise.
Joe Rut creates the beautiful woodwork used in some of the larger sculptures, as well as custom hardwood vases for the Long Stem Roses.
Dan Wooddell is a Bay Area glass artist and is responsible for the Electrically Engineered Corn cobs and Giant Carrots.
Metalworks is a skilled blacksmith and craftsperson and runs a forge West Oakland.
Andres of Therm is an inventor and machinist who has lent his metalworking skill and advice on numerous Sunbrothers projects.
provides graphic design
support, and uses her artistic
abilities to help with our website design and invitations.
Thompson is our CEO (Chief Executive Optimist).
and last, but certainly not least, Maia
Bazjanac, my love, my light, (my wife!), always there to suffer the horrendous work schedule, pick up the emergency pieces, and keep me anchored and sane.
Web design, development, and support courtesy of Sean Trunk at Techprovider.
Many other folks, friends and family, provide
much needed encouragement and behind-the-scenes support!
Thank you ALL!!