Paul Jannicola and Kerria Seabrooke are partners at Dimension 11. Together they have directed, written and produced over 100 animated films, produced award-winning augmented reality experiences and virtual world experiences. Their client list includes BBC, Paramount, CBS, HBO, MTV, Cinemax, Ben & Jerry’s, IBM, McDonald’s, Red Bull and Linden Lab. They are the creators of the multi-award-winning short-film Tiny Nation which was screened at the 33rd Cleveland International Film Festival, The Grid Review, Winner, Best Series in the Machinima Film Festival Europe and Machinexpo, as well as the co-creators of Tra5hTa1k. Their work can be seen on MTV’s Life In The Virtual Hills, multiple Linden Lab campaigns and they designed and produced Linden Lab’s new-user experience, Welcome Island and Discovery Island. They are also authors of the Multi-platform mystery series in the CSI NY Virtual Crime Fighting Experience in Second Life. They have directed and produced machinima footage for two CSI NY episodes, Down The Rabbit Hole and DOA For A Day and most recently produced the machinima animation and experience for Episode 19 of What Not To Wear. They have previously been affiliated with The ILL Clan and The Electric Sheep Company and currently serve on the Advisory Board for Full Sail University’s Entertainment Media Design & Technology Master of Science program.