Herman Boyd, along with Chris Johansen, hosted Garden Cinema in his backyard for the past six years. He works at DuPont as the CRM Domain and Best Practice Manager. In addition to being a fantastic gardener (hence Garden Cinema), and fabulous cook, he is an avid film watcher. Garden Cinema grew out of a movie night that brought people together in a community to appreciate the art of film.

Shawn DiCriscio is a senior Fine Arts student at the University of Delaware. DiCriscio works in painting and electronic media to create projections, video, and installations of orbital creations. His work was chosen to screen at Garden Cinema 2011.

Colette Gaiter, University of Delaware Associate Professor of Art, is a multimedia artist and writer, working with computers since 1982 and in interactive multimedia since 1990. Her digital media work has been shown at the Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and in numerous galleries, museums and public institutions in the United States and around the world. Gaiter currently makes work about Cuba, where she has traveled several times in recent years. After studying and writing about the work of former Black Panther artist Emory Douglas for almost a decade, Gaiter is currently making a documentary film about his work.

Digital media artist Amy Hicks currently resides in Philadelphia, PA. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of Delaware teaching video art, mixed media animation, and photography. Hicks’ award-winning films and videos such as the dystopic "Hatching Beauty" and abstract "Suspended Series" have appeared internationally at Ann Arbor Film Festival, Pacific Film Archive, Henry Art Museum, New Langton Arts, Antimatter Festival of Underground Short Film & Video, the Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain, diRosa Preserve: Art and Nature, San Francisco International Film Festival, and the San Jose Museum of Art among others.