Dalton has been a storyboard artist in the SF bay area for the last 8 years working on projects such as Pixar's Cars, Dreamworks Shrek 2 and Wild Brain's Higgley Town Hero's to name a few. He has also worked as an instructor at the Academy of Art University and San Francisco State University before founding Red Giant Studios in 2008 where he now serves as Director and Chief Innovation Officer.
Mier has worked as a freelance Illustrator and designer in China for the last 8 years and has worked on projects such as the TV animated series "Knowledgeable Cat Teaching History", the made for TV movie "How Much I Love You" and for magazines such as Figro and Seventeen. In 2002, she started a design studio in Beijing that created works for publishing houses, magazines and advertising agencies and authored "I'm Where I Don't Exist" a book about the Chinese bar culture. In 2008, she joined Red Giant Studios as an Animation Director and Executive Producer on The Way to Heaven. Mier holds a Bachelors of Fine Art from Tsinghua University and a Masters in Animation from the Academy of Art University.