Mike Ward

Well, this is the place where I'm supposed to tell you about myself. I've tried being a lot of things in my life - rock star, ski instructor, scuba professional, multimedia programmer, computer nerd, movie star, chili taster, bonzai tree grower (gave up after 10 minutes), proof-reader - and I still don't know what I want to be when I grow up.

But I've figured out a lot of things that I like in life and do them as much as I can. Things like playing with my 1 year-old daughters (twin girls!!), making funny movies, taking photographs, and seeing how many push-ups I can do in a row (recently the number was much too low to publish).

So I guess it doesn't really matter if I ever figure out what to be when I grow up. Maybe I'll never know. Or maybe I'll just never grow up. If you ever find a flaming paper bag on your front porch, please step on it, PLEASE.

Chad Harris

Hi there. I'm Chad. I was born in a small apartment in El Cajon, CA. After spending three of the most influential months of my life in the San Diego area, I packed up my hopes, my dreams and a 24-pack of Huggies and set sail for the snowcapped peaks of Utah.

Growing up in the Beehive state, I constantly looked for opportunities to entertain others, even if that meant sacrificing my pride and my dignity. You'll be pleased to know that in spite of growing up, going to college, starting a family, and plunging into a responsible career, I still cling to that joy.

I've been fortunate enough to work in virtually all aspects of advertising in my professional career, and try to write and act every chance I get. Whether it is a story for my kids, a short film for my friends, or a commercial for a wide audience, what can compare to seeing an idea click with an audience? A really good corn dog? I don't think so.