Jon Wetterau has worked on documentary productions in various roles in India, Central America and Cameroon. He initiated and photographed "One Country, Cameroon; Two Quartiers". He has directed two other projects in his native Queens, New York City and has a work-in-progress about Americans gentrifying San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. He most recently shot the film with "Mexican Dream" about Mexicans living on both sides of the border a joint production with a Mexico City based filmmaker.
Jean Ndoumbe is a young Cameroonian editor and director residing in Douala. For the last 4 years he has worked with Films4Change and director Nicky Lankester. He has worked all over Cameroon with Eloi Bela Ndzana at Vidéopro, Vincent Ndoumbe (CRTV) and Guillaume de Ginestel with French Connection Films (www.frenchcx.com). Jean was Director of Photography for "Release" by Leslie To, which was selected for FESPACO last year
Alex Ruiz Euler was born and raised in Mexico City and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in political science at the University of California in San Diego. He has been slowly but steadily studying music for the last 10 years or so, and he is currently working in his own project called "Ultraperras" (myspace.com/alexruin). As a music lover, he has been recently rediscovering what some people misleadingly label as IDM, or Intelligent Dance Music. He agrees with Autechre when they say that only dumb people call this style of music 'intelligent'. He has been playing the bass guitar for the last 15 years and just recently made, the big step from a 4 string bass to a 6 string bass.