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Tim has been alarmingly enthusiastic about movies ever since childhood. He grew up in Boulder and, foolishly, left Colorado to study Communications in Washington State. Making matters worse, he moved to Connecticut after meeting his too-good-for-him wife. Drawn by the Rockies and a mild climate, he triumphantly returned and settled down back in Boulder County. He's written numerous screenplays, loves hiking, and embarrassed himself in front of Samuel L. Jackson. True story.
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Michele Farrell is an MFA student in Creative Nonfiction writing at Goucher College, Baltimore Maryland. Originally from Maumee Ohio, Michele earned her BFA in Fine Arts at Siena Heights University in Adrian Michigan. Michele started the new millennium by moving to Detroit in 2000. She had spent the prior decade studying at the Radcliffe Ceramic Studio and working at Tufts University, Jean Mayer Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging. Michele worked as an IT Manager and Systems Integrator for Wayne State University for twelve years.  She is working on a manuscript about her fifteen years living and working in the Midtown section of pre-bankruptcy Detroit. She is a contributor to the book Restoring Our Bodies, Reclaiming Our Lives: Guidance and reflections on recovery from eating disorders.  
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Andrea wants to live in a world where the neighborhoods are walkable, bike lanes are plentiful, and the food is fresh, delicious and readily available. A 20-year veteran of the health and wellness industry, she started her career in the fitness industry while earning a master’s degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion, and then on to the burgeoning field of worksite wellness. Andrea has competed in collegiate level soccer, worked as a personal trainer, fitness instructor, wellness coach, and master trainer, climbed 14ers, and completed cycling centuries and metric centuries. All of these experiences give her the opportunity to view well-being from many different perspectives. When she’s not helping others to be their healthiest self, you can find her at a farm to table restaurant, down dogging at the yoga studio, or experiencing the Colorado landscape on a bicycle, snowshoes, cross country skis or on foot.
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Chelsea was born on March 23, 1993 to two loving parents. She has five brothers and she is the only girl. Chelsea always had a passion for writing, speaking, and helping people. The only thing she was ever sure of was that she was going to become a best selling author one day and travel the world! In 2015, she graduated from Oakland University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication. Chelsea wrote and published her first book in 2016 called Soft Spoken Words. Soft Spoken Words became an Amazon Best Seller in 2016 with over 20 plus copies sold within a week! She wrote and published her second book called, If These Walls Had Eyes: Life a story of Aubrey Johnson  this year. This book has been known to be a relatable and eye catching book. Writing and creating stories has always been her passion and it's how Chelsea makes sense of the world around her. When she is not writing, she finds time to travel and spend quality time with her family.

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