Ozarowski works at a New York law firm and has been an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law. His personal passion for film has blossomed into The Invention of Dreams because he wants his son, Logan, and daughter, Astra, that they can and should make the time to chase what they love. He also co-hosts the podcast Final Review with Andrew Claudio and he is formerly a senior staff writer at Loud and Clear Reviews.
Andreadis is an English student at NYU with a passion for writing about anything Film and Television. He has written a number of screenplays, short stories, and articles on a wide range of topics. Additionally, he has a YouTube channel with full length video essays.
JPB Gerald is an EdD from CUNY – Hunter College in Instructional Leadership, and a theorist seeking justice for the racially, linguistically, and neurologically minoritized. He identifies as Black and neurodivergent, though he spent most of his life unaware of the latter. He hosts a podcast called Unstandardized English, and has had his writing published in academic journals, practitioner magazines, and national newspapers. His first book, on the harm caused by the centering of whiteness in language education, will be published by Multilingual Matters in late 2022. He lives with his wife, young son, and dog in New York, on stolen Munsee Lenape and Canarsie territory.
Ozarowski is a product liability defense attorney in New York. Before law school, Ozarowski (née Corn) was a Manhattan musical theater actress and voice over artist.