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A Long Time Ago (In 1977) little 6 year old John Frederick saw a movie that lit up his imagination like a neon light and quickly formed the foundation for everything he needed to know about life: Star Wars! John was born In Rochester, NY grew up in Michigan and now lives in Eugene, OR with his wife and three dogs near most of their seven grown children and two grandsons. John earns his living in Marketing at a Senior Care Community and as a part of the long running radio morning show “Mark & John in the Morning” on 96.1 KZEL alongside his radio brother Mark Raney, where his knack for vocal impressions and quick-fire humor have a place to vent themselves. John also enjoys singing, songwriting, playing guitar and ukulele, drawing and painting. John is a super fan of Detroit sports (Go Lions!) and is completely obsessed with the Beatles. John’s favorite Star Wars quote is “Do or do not. There is no try.”


Cat Ray has been fan of Star Wars ever since she was introduced to the saga as an impressionable preteen back in the mid-90’s. She has fond memories of seeing all the special edition releases in the theater with her dad and hasn’t looked back since. She is an unapologetic lover of all eras of the Star Wars saga! A born and raised Seattleite, Cat still lives and works there as a biomedical research scientist, studying the development and regeneration of the retina. When she’s not obsessing over Star Wars (rarely), Cat is raising her own set of Force-sensitive twins with her husband Aaron and enjoys reading, watching college football, baking cookies, singing in a choir, and swimming.


“Your father's lightsaber. This is the weapon of a Jedi Knight.” A flash of white and blue later, and Adrian had taken his first step into a larger world. Born and raised on Tatooine, TX, Adrian makes a living as a Video Producer at The University of Texas at El Paso’s Creative Studios department. A lover of films and all forms of multimedia, Adrian spends most of his time either watching or creating something, be it a video, podcast, or a cinemagraph. It has been said (by himself) that he wouldn't be doing what he does if it wasn't for what Star Wars did to him all those many years ago when he first saw that flash of white and blue in 1997.



Original Art by Mitsumasa Overstreet

Original Score by Brook Munro

Additional Art Provided by Divya Mangadu

Produced by Adrian Meza

Original Star Wars scores and themes by John Williams

Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels score by Kevin Kiner

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story score by Michael Giacchino

Solo: A Star Wars Story score by John Powell

Additional Music Contributions BY DSC, Parademics, dimK, Husky by the geek

Additional Thank you to Matt Keating and Sean “Beefcake” Mcbee