Chris Talbot-Heindl

Chris Talbot-Heindl

Chris (they/them) has nineteen years experience with graphic and web design and has worked with various organizations and groups in every capacity from branding and marketing, graphic design, web design, illustration, manual design, and everything in-between. They pride themselves on being a Jesse-of-All-Trades, learning new skills as needed to accomplish what needs to be done.

No matter the job, Chris also brings with them a commitment to JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) principles and is a big proponent of Maya Angelou’s “know better, do better,” philosophy in that department. Chris seeks to communicate in a way that is affirming to historically marginalized communities and to adapt and learn to be a better accomplice to marginalized people every day.

For more information, check out Chris’s LinkedIn page.

Dana Talbot-Heindl

Dana Riding an XBox 360 Controller

Dana (he/him), aka McFishenburger, is an uneducated, antifascist atheist who loves bad movies and old music. He is a hobbyist CGI artist and lifetime gamer. “I’m not lazy, I just prefer sitting in front of computer screens.” He one day hopes to work doing 3-D graphical design for a gaming company.