Nat Towsen is the co-host, and head-producer of The Moon. He is also a standup comedian, filmmaker and photographer, having photographed every meal he’s eaten for four years for no apparent reason. He is a writer for the music webzine Tiny Mix Tapes, for which he conducts interviews with famous people and writes varyingly satirical news pieces. In the afternoon, he teaches young children to juggle and play chess. He started The Moon with his pal Bob Walles back in 2008. Nat was born and raised in Manhattan and currently resides in Brooklyn.
Bob Walles is a co-host of The Moon. He also performs stand-up comedy, makes short films and frequently collaborates with friend and designer Tad Kimball on animation projects. He directed theWB.com web series “Downers Grove” and has worked in various positions in production for MTV, Bravo, Adult Swim and The Onion News Network. Bob was a member of the comedy troupe Zebro in Boston and New York from 2005-2008. In the evenings, Bob works at a rock and roll club in Brooklyn. He started The Moon with his buddy Nat Towsen back in 2008. Bob grew up in Merrimack, NH and currently resides in Queens.
Camille Harris is a “silly jazz” singer, comedian, and pianist. Her musical Muffin Man was in the New York International Fringe Festival 2009 and was one of twenty shows chosen for the FringeNYC Encore Series. Her one-woman show Camille! Young! Silly! has played Googie’s Lounge, the Duplex Cabaret, The Slipper Room and The Underground Lounge and was part of Ars Nova Theatre’s ANT FEST 2008. She has been a cast member of the The Moon since February 2009, writing songs for The Moon and acting in sketches. Camille is promotions co-coordinator for the show. BFA Emerson College.
Tim Skinner joined The Moon in March of 2009, after moving to Brooklyn from his hometown of Boston, MA. Aside from writing and performing on The Moon, Tim also serves as curator of regular show feature Good Parts in Cinema History as well as creator of the web series Tim & Lamont. Outside of The Moon, Tim is the creator of the Jacob Western Cowboy Dragonslayer series. Tim enjoys reading, writing, and contemplating.
Jordan Clifford is a writer and performer of things comedic, as well as artistic curator and promotions co-coordinator for The Moon. He first hit “the comedy scene” in “1996” when he did a dramatic reading of “Gin and Juice” for his 8th grade poetry “jam” and totally killed it. I mean he really destroyed. At Emerson College he did improv and wrote plays. Now an accomplished resumeist, he does stand-up and tells stories to challenge his self-worth. Recent credits include the Boston Comedy Festival, the ANT Festival at Ars Nova Theater, a year long residency at Under St Marks Theatre with Cognac Live Radio Orchestra; recent debits include ice cream and beer from a gas station.
Kenny Pickett is a musician from Boston, Massachusetts. After earning a Bachelor of Music degree in songwriting from prestigious Berklee College of Music, Kenny relocated New York City. In 2009, he wrote the entrance music for Ring of Honor wrestler (and current WWE Superstar) Bryan Danielson. In addition to portraying the time-traveling-anarchist-punk-rocker Syberpunk 2000, Kenny writes music and scripts as well as handles prop and set design for The Moon. He has links: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter
Bryan Condon is an actor, writer, comedian and musician from Somers, New York. He is a writer and performer at The Moon, contributing original characters, songs and stories. He attended Emerson College in Boston, where he co-wrote and starred in six full-length original plays, one of which he is currently adapting into a screenplay for Mosaic Media Group. For his work in the comedy troupe Zebro he was nominated by the editors of YouTube for a Comedy Video of the Year award. Bryan currently resides in Ridgewood, Queens.
Stephanie Fagan is an actor, writer and musician from Wilton, Connecticut. She received a BA in Performing Arts from Emerson College, where she created a number of short films, one of which was screened at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival. She participated in the Everything A Monster is Not project (d. Daniel Scheinert), and has been busy making stories ever since. She is a regular cast member and writer on The Moon. Stephanie also enjoys swimming and rabbits.
James T. Beard is one hell of a guy. He’s also The Moon’s video producer and one half of the props and design team. When you include the occasional acting he does or music he plays, whether on saxophone or singing, the camera work he does shooting videos and editing them, and how good he looks wearing a suit, that makes him a pretty well rounded, creative, handsome individual. When not practicing these skills on The Moon, he lends himself out to organizations such as The Onion News Network and Adult Swim, as well as various terrible reality TV shows and movies. James has been on The Moon since before it had a location. Were talking eons folks. Or 2008, whichever came first.
Timothy Whitney is an award-winning filmmaker living in Brooklyn, NY. He was the 3rd member of The Moon, after Bob and Nat, helping film the first ever Moon video and film the live show. Since then he’s helped produce dozens of videos for The Moon, and made a few cameos too boot. When he’s not working with The Moon, Timothy runs Aporia, a film/video production company creating commercials, music videos, short films and web series.
Tad Kimball has been working behind the scenes crafting logos, animations and other visuals for The Moon since its creation. Collaborating with his friend Bob Walles, he brings to life various animation projects. Originally from New Hampshire, he went to art school in New York City focusing graphic design. Since graduating in Tad has designed books, magazines, web sites, logos and more in the U.S. and Europe. Tad likes a lot of things: reading, bikes, the outdoors, drawing and cooking pizzas. He lives with his amazing wife and two weird cats.
Alex Fischer was raised in the suburbs of New Jersey before attending Emerson College where he studied film. Since graduating, Alex has been living as a photographer and video director in New York City. His work in each medium has continued to inspire the visual and narrative aspects of the other. Past projects have offered Alex the chance to visit such countries as Colombia, Peru, Rwanda, Paris and cities all over the US. With his camera, Alex hopes to take a little of each place back with him.