Lee Hurtado

As a freelance writer, Lee has been featured in print, online, on stage, and onscreen since 2007. He is proudest of his work for Morgan's Wonderland, the world’s first fully accessible and inclusive theme park, where he has provided content for the park's marketing materials, and helped create many of its stage and puppet shows. A lifelong pop-culture enthusiast, Lee is more than ready to share his love of film music (particularly the work of Jerry Goldsmith) and science fiction (especially Doctor Who) in his popular blog, leehurtado.com, where he reflects on his work, his life, and his favorite things. Despite his cancer diagnosis in 2016, he continues to write, observing that “my illness is entirely beside the point.” He lives in San Antonio, Texas.

Sarah Roberts

Sarah has worked as a groundwater hydrologist for the U.S. Geological Survey since 2012. Her primary research focus is groundwater hydrology and water quality in the deserts of Southern California. She studies groundwater depletion associated with engineered canals and river systems, climate change hydrology, and also tests water samples to determine how the loss of water is impacting the water quality of the local aquifers. She is currently working on her Masters of Science in Watershed Science at San Diego State University. Aside from being a lifelong Doctor Who fan, she’s also been a Star Wars and Marvel Comics fan since she was a child. She’s worked with Marvel Studios as a public relations contact, event coordinator, and has been a background stand-in for Agents of SHIELD. To top it off, Sarah also takes part in three non-profit cosplay groups based in San Diego. Sarah’s most recent life change is marriage to the most patient man on the planet, her husband Brian, who is also a fellow nerd that tolerates her daily movie references. Her other hobbies include hiking, camping, traveling, and photography. Her sole pet is a tribble named Scotty.

Brian Uiga

Since 2005, Brian has been working for motion picture restoration firm Lasergraphics Inc. located in Irvine, CA. There he designs machines that are the frontline in the battle to preserve the art and culture held in the world’s film libraries before they crumble into dust. Starting as a junior designer, he was in 2016 promoted to head of engineering / lead designer. On nights and weekends in his spare time he has involved himself in numerous activities including the restoration of the 1996 TV movie TARDIS console (the object that inspired him to become an engineer in the first place) with its owner Paul Salamoff. He’s also the art director for the Inspector Spacetime web-series and film. Uiga built a Dalek gun and backpack featured on the War Doctor companion Cinder in a photoshoot that appeared in the Doctor Who: Legacy mobile game. A full size Herbie the Love Bug Volkswagen built by Brian is used to raise funds for the Children's Hospital LA and other worthy causes, and he’s also built two full size James Bond cars including the full Goldfinger package on a 1965 Aston Martin DB6. Brian lives in Mission Viejo, CA with his wife Stephanie and their dog, Zoey.

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Lee Hurtado

As a freelance writer, Lee has been featured in print, online, on stage, and onscreen since 2007. He is proudest of his work for Morgan's Wonderland, the world’s first fully accessible and inclusive theme park, where he has provided content for the park's marketing materials, and helped create many of its stage and puppet shows. A lifelong pop-culture enthusiast, Lee is more than ready to share his love of film music (particularly the work of Jerry Goldsmith) and science fiction (especially Doctor Who) in his popular blog, leehurtado.com, where he reflects on his work, his life, and his favorite things. Despite his cancer diagnosis in 2016, he continues to write, observing that “my illness is entirely beside the point.” He lives in San Antonio, Texas.

Sarah Roberts

Sarah has worked as a groundwater hydrologist for the U.S. Geological Survey since 2012. Her primary research focus is groundwater hydrology and water quality in the deserts of Southern California. She studies groundwater depletion associated with engineered canals and river systems, climate change hydrology, and also tests water samples to determine how the loss of water is impacting the water quality of the local aquifers. She is currently working on her Masters of Science in Watershed Science at San Diego State University. Aside from being a lifelong Doctor Who fan, she’s also been a Star Wars and Marvel Comics fan since she was a child. She’s worked with Marvel Studios as a public relations contact, event coordinator, and has been a background stand-in for Agents of SHIELD. To top it off, Sarah also takes part in three non-profit cosplay groups based in San Diego. Sarah’s most recent life change is marriage to the most patient man on the planet, her husband Brian, who is also a fellow nerd that tolerates her daily movie references. Her other hobbies include hiking, camping, traveling, and photography. Her sole pet is a tribble named Scotty.

Brian Uiga

Since 2005, Brian has been working for motion picture restoration firm Lasergraphics Inc. located in Irvine, CA. There he designs machines that are the frontline in the battle to preserve the art and culture held in the world’s film libraries before they crumble into dust. Starting as a junior designer, he was in 2016 promoted to head of engineering / lead designer. On nights and weekends in his spare time he has involved himself in numerous activities including the restoration of the 1996 TV movie TARDIS console (the object that inspired him to become an engineer in the first place) with its owner Paul Salamoff. He’s also the art director for the Inspector Spacetime web-series and film. Uiga built a Dalek gun and backpack featured on the War Doctor companion Cinder in a photoshoot that appeared in the Doctor Who: Legacy mobile game. A full size Herbie the Love Bug Volkswagen built by Brian is used to raise funds for the Children's Hospital LA and other worthy causes, and he’s also built two full size James Bond cars including the full Goldfinger package on a 1965 Aston Martin DB6. Brian lives in Mission Viejo, CA with his wife Stephanie and their dog, Zoey.

Subject Four

We are still looking for subject number four.

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