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Last Updated: 08/13/2013 4:41 pm

Eileen Carpenter is a junior at SUNY New Paltz studying photography. She grew up in Carmel, and has always favored living in the Hudson Valley area, but plans to travel in Europe, explore the West Coast, and possibly live in New York City. After graduation Eileen plans to find a career in advertising or publishing. Currently she is a design intern at Chronogram helping her to explore the possibilities of the magazine industry and learn more about graphic design. When she’s not working hard on projects and at Chronogram she can be found enjoying a cup of coffee at the local Muddy Cup.

Robert Burke Warren is a writer, sometime actor, preschool teacher, musician, and erstwhile Mr. Mom. He has become widely known in the Hudson Valley and beyond as Uncle Rock, and has two CDs available via www.unclerock.com. In the ‘80s, Robert toured the world as bassist with garage rock titans The Fleshtones; in the ‘90s, he played the lead role in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story in London’s West End. He has written for the Woodstock Times, Texas Music Magazine, and the Da Capo Press anthology The Show I'll Never Forget.

Joseph Dalton contributes regularly to local and national publications, including the Albany Times Union, the Advocate,and Time Out New York, as well as the websites NewMusicBox.org and MusicalAmerica.com. In 2004 he received the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for Music Journalism and, the following year, first place for arts writing from the New York State Associated Press. Prior to relocating to the Capital Region, Joseph worked in the classical recording industry, including 10 years as director of the American music label Composers Recordings, Inc.

Born in Schenectady, David Malachowski is a guitarist and bandleader who has toured internationally with Shania Twain, Savoy Brown, Commander Cody, and others. He has been musical director for productions including “Always Patsy Cline” and “It Ain’t Nothin’ but the Blues” at Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany. His music reviews, features and photographs have appeared in the Albany Times Union, and he is a contributor to CMJ Monthly, Kingston Freeman, and Elmore. He is also a producer who records at the Clubhouse, Allaire, and Bennett studios. He lives in Woodstock.

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