A Co-creator of On the Sea with Aquafox – Robert is a writer, director, and actor based in Los Angeles. He’s also the voice of Bellamy, the Aquafox. In addition to On the Sea with Aquafox, he’s performed onstage in The Imaginary Invalid with Archway Theater. His short play HMS Patroclus was published in the Fall 2012 issue of Persimmons Magazine. Sometimes, he also writes things that don’t involve ships! He is directing a short film called A Weekend Away with Julia Coulter.
“[On] the sea [with Aquafox], once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.”
Also a Co-creator of On the Sea with Aquafox – Megan is an actor, singer, producer, frolicker, and life long fan of pirates, animation, and sassiness. She holds a great passion for the art of storytelling and its capacity to change the world. That passion, along with a love of inventing and playing with her incredibly talented group of friends, helped birth On the Sea with Aquafox. She can’t wait to see where her favorite little pirate and white fox sail off to next. megan-ruble.com
Brooke in her daily life is also a writer, director, and story consultant. She is a Founding Author of the ongoing storytelling project How Love Lasts. As the co-founding Artistic Director of The City Shakespeare Company, Brooke has recently adapted and directed 90-minute ensemble productions of The Taming of the Shrew, As You Like It, Macbeth, The Merchant of Venice, Romeo and Juliet, and Twelfth Night. The feature film adaptation of Macbeth she directed – titled Innocent Sleep – was released in 2016. Brooke shares personal stories and insights weekly on brookebishop.com.
Daniel is a musician, IT expert, and a maker. He puts the technical and digital pieces together and generates music and sound for On the Sea with Aquafox. Along with Brooke, he is also a Founding Author of the ongoing storytelling project How Love Lasts. He has written and performed pop-rock scores for The City Shakespeare Company‘s productions of The Merchant of Venice, Romeo & Juliet, and Twelfth Night. Daniel is a self-taught musician and composer, performing in groups and as a solo artist in Maine, Boston, Berlin, Los Angeles, and Black Rock City. His first feature film score can be sampled in the trailer for Innocent Sleep.