The creative team responsible for conceptualizing, writing, and designing the ever-expanding reality of Children of Gaia by Oneshi Press.
Co-creator/writer of Children of Gaia & Co-creator of Oneshi Press (Illustrator/designer & co-creator of Children of Gaia: The Great Nations of Rendaraia, Tracy Queen, and PACK) is a multi-disciplinary visual artist who graduated from the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan in 2003 with a BFA in Illustration. For over a decade he has done freelance work as an art director, illustrator, animator, graphic designer, VFX technician, and web designer on a variety of multimedia projects. His animation work for Wagner's Die Walküre (conducted by James Levine and directed by Robert LePage) was shown at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, and his animation work for Marvel's Astonishing X-Men (written by Joss Whedon, illustrated by John Cassaday, and directed by Neal Adams) was projected onto the side of a building in Union Square at MarvelFest. He recently left a four-year stint of working at Neal Adams Continuity Studios as a web designer, animator, and VFX technician to focus on developing Oneshi Press. Jayel continues to work with Continuity Studios along with a plethora of other clients on a freelance basis to help support Oneshi Press's developement.
Co-creator/writer of Children of Gaia, Chris Covelli also provides digital pre-visualization for several Oneshi Press projects, including Children of Gaia: The Great Nations of Rendaraia, Tracy Queen, and PACK. With over a decade of experience in the 3d animation/VFX industry, Chris has provided freelance professional work on advertisements for American Express, Coca Cola, Crayola, Newsday, and many others. Chris has also done 3d work on independent films including The Last Winter, Sleep Dealer, and Danny and the Wild Bunch. Currently, Chris works as a Senior Modeler at DHX Media on Nickelodeon’s children’s series Blaze and the Monster Machines. Check out Chris’s online portfolio at polygonpusherinc.com.
Contributor/Co-writer of Children of Gaia & Co-creator of Oneshi Press (writer and co-creator of Tracy Queen and PACK, editor of Children of Gaia: The Great Nations of Rendaraia), started writing young and never stopped. Her primary focus is on the oddly congruent corners of adult entertainment, gender, and feminism. Her work across multiple genres has appeared in Bitch Magazine, Refinery29, Luna Luna Magazine, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, xoJane, WHACK! Magazine, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, Stirring: a Literary Collection, Menacing Hedge, and elsewhere. She was the curator of a one-woman video art exhibit apexart in New York City in 2012, for which she created four short documentary films about modern Americans' relationships with pornography, one of which won a 2013 Feminist Porn Award. Please feel free to contact her by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook at facebook.com/misslagsalot, or on Twitter at @misslagsalot, especially if you're interested in publicizing, representing, or distributing any of Oneshi's projects!
Contributor/co-writer of Children of Gaia and general salesman type, Peter Lampasona also provides fight choreography and consultation for several Oneshi Press projects, including Children of Gaia: The Great Nations of Rendaraia, Tracy Queen, and PACK. Peter is best known for writing about the world of sports, where people harm one another. Peter has contributed to publications such as MMAMania, The Fight Nerd, and US Combat Sports; worked on production for the now defunct Spike TV shows MMA Uncensored Live and the Unrivaled documentary series; appeared in the New York Mixed Martial Arts documentary sporting an, in retrospect, ridiculous haircut; and has a competitive record that really is better than what Google says, due to the officially unofficial nature of amateur sport fighting in New York during his athletic prime.
Contributor/co-writer of Children of Gaia Jenny Williamson is a fiction writer and poet living in New York City. She has four novels currently in the works along the spectrum of romance and fantasy, and is most actively working on a romance novel set during the fall of Rome. Her poetry and short stories have appeared in journals including East Coast Literary Journal, 24, Blue Monday Review, Vox Poetica, Burningwood Literary Journal, and The Stone Highway Review, among others. She has read at New York City venues including Hip Lit, Les Bleus, the Poetry Brothel, Lyrics, Lit & Liquor, Urbana, and Louder Arts. Her poetry chapbook, Collection of Flaws in a Black Dress, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2016. Jenny is also an actress and model; favorite gigs include acting on the Globe Theatre in London, appearing on the cover of a romance novel (Taken By the Night by Katherine Smith), and modeling an AeroAddaKesh of Aloranaia for Jayel Draco’s compilation of photomanipulations set in the world of Children of Gaia. When not writing (which is rare), Jenny can be found immersed in a book, building up her anime nerd cred, training for a marathon, or sneaking into places she isn’t supposed to be. More information on her work and life can be found here, or look her up on Twitter or Instagram.
August 13, 1959 - June 10, 2018 ~ May his song resound eternal ~
Composer for Children of Gaia and Oneshi Press, and creator of the Children of Gaia: The Great Nations of Rendaraia Album, Jack Schell – The Sound Weaver draws from the broadest range of musical styles and genres. Jack’s compositions evoke visual images in the listener’s mind to form what may be called ‘soundscapes’ or ‘musical art pieces’. Jack Schell has a unique signature sound and style. His uncommon rhythms combined with sweet, sometimes quirky and fun and memorable melodies form original sound compositions that appeal to those from all walks of life. From an early age Jack picked up instruments and made music from them, often with a unique perspective that influenced the sounds he produced. He learned piano, clarinet, drums and percussion in his childhood. He picked up again with the advent of Atari computer and MIDI music software in the mid-1980’s when he began to compose his signature style music. Now with several releases over the last thirty years, Jack creates well-rounded soundscapes filled with depth and intrigue. In addition to his website and facebook, you can also find Jack's work on cdbaby and iTunes.
Lead developer of "Children of Gaia: MineCOG", Oneshi Press Artist Spotlight Recipient & Tracy Queen Guest Artist Jsquared graduated from NAU with an AS in Graphic Design and a BS in Visual Communication. Ever since he was able to pick up a pencil, he was creating something - even at the expense of his crib walls. Concept Art has always been something he loves because he can take someone's idea and wrap a world around it.