Daniel Pryor is a sound engineer and musician out of Boston, MA. He has been writing music with the original Game Boy and the program LSDJ since 2011 under the moniker Diamond Machine. In 2012, he became a radio personality on the show geekbeatradio where he was able to interview different public figures in various genres and fields. With WEMF Radio, he produces a variety of different shows, is a sound technician for local musical events, and helps to run a show called The Diamond Exchange.
James Soares / Spires
James is a entrepreneur, graphic designer and artist who makes an independent living selling art on products through sites like Society6, Threadless, Blik, Redbubble, Juniqe and many others. James has worked numerous jobs both related and unrelated to design as he aspired to be an independent artist, which he achieved in 2013. Former roles include print shop manager, design lead for newspaper publications, creative director, freelance designer. As part of building Spires, James seeks to create engaging content about the industry that supports independent artists.
David Jubinsky / Bifflecup
David is a Boston based composer. He studied music under Dr. David Patterson (student of Nadia Boulanger and Olivier Messiaen). Centering his work on chiptune focused composition, David’s productions include: The Gameboy - a piece for gameboy and orchestra, 8-Bits for the Easily Distracted Listener - an album that confines chiptunes to sonata form, and the Rocky Horror Chiptune Show - an 8-bit retelling of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.