Michael P. Reid plays the Tyler Durden role — we are what we pretend to be — and works on the business full time, experimenting and expanding. If he's not hiking or clamming, he's writing away; check out some of his poetry and articles. If you would like to reach out, send him a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennifer B. Reid is an elementary school science teacher specializing in the integration of science at the elementary school level and hands-on field research. She believes that the only way to teach is for students to radically apply the scientific method in the field (or sea); this is best exemplified by her case study Water Celery: The Hudson River's Biggest Secret.
Gunk soul brother, check it out now!
A special thanks to the following:
Mom & Dad, who gave us life and more (a lot more);
Phil Foo for the Tyler Durden poster on my wall which I stared at from my bed for years before finally making this a reality;
Dr. Forrest Mitchell and Dr. James Lasswell for their dragonfly photograph and their grace to let us use it on our bug spray;
Greg Jackson for generously giving his time to his cousins to design and cut all of the wood for the retail display boxes;
the beautiful (and talented) Kathedy Lopez for hand-carving — yes, hand-carving! — the tick and mosquito stamps for our first wooden retail display boxes;
and Gregory Reid Krauss for the professional white backdrop shot that we use for Amazon and the like — you are a master of light and shadows!