Brian Flynn is the founder of Hybrid-Design and Super7 in somewhat sunny San Francisco. Super7 was supposed to be Brian's pet side-project. Starting life as a magazine based on his obsessive-compulsive disorder of collecting vintage Japanese Kaiju toys, Super7 has since spun off as a thriving retail brand.
Josh Herbolsheimer is a wandering space cadet searching the galaxy for weird toys, old comic books, and some time to sleep under the stars. Somewhere along the way he lucked out and got to make cool stuff for a living.
Irene Leung is a Canuck who left the forests and mountains of the north to venture south with her family. After settling in San Francisco, she simply showed up at Super7 one day. Since that mysterious introduction she has been sworn to secrecy, but will tell you that being the VP of Operations is a role worth staying for. Irene has since adopted the San Jose Sharks as her new home team and has a Burnzie bobblehead on her desk that annoys the inner toy critic of everyone at Super7.
Mark Morse grew up on a steady diet of cult movies, classic TV, and 80's pop culture. As the VP of Marketing, Product and IP Development he gets to indulge his inner 8-year old and work on the sorts of products he wishes were around when he was a kid. He also has two cats. Don't judge.