Kyle Higgins is a filmmaker out of the comic book world, a #1 New York Times Best Selling author whose past work includes NightwingBatman EternalGates of Gotham, and Batman Beyond 2.0. After spending two years at the University of Iowa, Kyle transferred to Chapman University, where he directed a superhero noir titled The League, about the 1960's superhero labor union of Chicago. In addition to opening doors at Marvel and DC Comics, the film served as a creative launch point for Kyle's 2014 Image Comics series, C.O.W.L. 

At present, Kyle is developing several live action properties, including an adaptation of his critically acclaimed Image Comics series, Hadrian's Wall. He is also writing the #1 selling monthly title in Boom Studios history, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

You can follow Kyle on Twitter and Instagram at @KyleDHiggins, find his books at his Author Page, and check out more of his directing on Vimeo.


Graduating from California Institute of the Arts in May of 2003 with a major in theatrical set design and technical direction, minoring in graphic design, Lindsey began her career in live television working on the Academy Awards. After joining the Art Director’s Guild in 2007, her focus shifted to film and big budget features including The Hunger Games and Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, as well as indies like All’s Faire in Love (starring Christina Ricci) and How to Make Love Like an Englishman (starring Jessica Alba and Selma Hayek). 

As a production designer, Lindsey has designed five feature films including Bad Milo, Fatal Instinct, Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife, and The Frontier, plus high profile shorts like the award-winning The Lord of Catan (starring Amy Acker and Fran Kranz) and nine of Trigger Street’s First Shot series in collaboration with producer Dana Brunetti and starring Kevin Spacey, Willem Dafoe, and Uma Thurman.

Commercials and music videos include Comcast’s X-Finity campaign directed by David LaChepelle, David Blaine’s Target campaign Revolution, Eastbay Shoes’ Hoops Heaven, Sky Ferriera’s music video for Sad Dream, and Soft Moon’s Want. While maintaining a wide variety of productions, Lindsey’s passion resides in scripted work and the development of character driven design.

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Making the pilgrimage from Madison, Wisconsin to Los Angeles, California, Michael Nie was immersed in a variety of work environments early in his career. These included feature films, episodic television, commercials, and music videos. On productions such as Ray (2003), The Kingdom (2007), and Shutter Island (2009), Michael gleaned what he could from talented cinematographers and their union crews. In 2004, Michael first worked with Mauro Fiore, ASC, who remains both a source of inspiration for Michael’s work and a good friend. In 2006, Michael joined the International Cinematographers Guild. He is now a two-time recipient of the ICG’s Emerging Cinematographer Award.

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