Kris Zaycher

Kris Zaycher has been an established artist in the Los Angeles scene for over a decade, providing works for Hotel DeVille and Ground Zero Gallery.  Not only has he been a well-known graphic designer/gallery artists, but recently started record lable Recorded Messages, working with the Riverboat Gamblers, Beehive and the Barracudas and A Tribute to Turbonegro.
​ He has promoted and marketed for bands like Duke Spirit, Sunshine, Thursday, and Fear Before the March of Flames.  Zaycher has also been working in comic book distribution for almost 10 years and working alongside both top-level and up-and-coming artists.  

Adel Nur

A global approach has always been the cornerstone of Adel Nur ́s successful career. Nur moved to Los Angeles in 1996 to join the entertainment industry, where in a few short years not only he became President of Three Tier Entertainment, he opened the West coast offices of The Sullivan Foundation as Senior Vice-President of External Affairs.

Fluent in six languages (English, Italian, French, Spanish, Ethiopian, and Arabic), Nur has become a regular on the international business circuit and proves to be indispensable when working with the foreign market.
In 2007, Nur joined forces with current ESPN/ABC Analyst/Broadcaster and former 13-year NBA veteran Jalen Rose to form Three Tier Entertainment (TTE). In 2011Nur produced “The Fab Five,” which became the highest rated ESPN documentary in the network’s history chronicling the University of Michigan basketball team of the early 1990s. After creating Inqlusion Entertainment, Nur produced the award winning feature film BLUE CAPRICE chronicling the true story of the DC Sniper.  Nur also produced the 2012 JEEP 6th Man Campaign for the US Olympic Basketball team.

​Key to Nur ́s evolution and success is his focus on providing an environment where clients and colleagues are able to flourish and thrive and where projects are created and nurtured with great integrity and ingenuity. His dedication to his client’s objectives and his multifaceted approach to managing both talent and projects have provided a solid basis for his prolific and varied career. Nur brings global experience and managerial expertise and his experience as talent manager, producer, and content developer to move the projects forward in a focused and direct manner with view to the future with a keen sense of innovation.

Charles Knauf

Knauf has been working professionally in the comic book and entertainment industry for a decade. 

His works in comic books include Marvel’s Iron Man, Iron Man Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Eternals, Captain America: Theater of War and Moonstone Comic’s The Heap.  He also co-wrote the SyFy channel two-hour movie The Phantom, an updated adaptation based on the 1936 Lee Falk classic.

Knauf is currently a contributing writer for multiple internet websites including Forces of Geek; developing multiple programs for television, film, comics and trans-media; and, project manager/writer/concept developer for Graphic Adaption Media.