Eric Coolidge is a creator, metal sculptor and welder. He graduated from CCAD in Columbus, Ohio with a BFA in sculpture and now runs Eagle Rock Studios, a fabrication company based in Brooklyn NY. He has conceptualized and built numerous structures and aerial apparatuses that are in the most experiential venues, including House of Yes and The Box in New York City. Eric has been part of the Burning Man community for 10 years and has worked on several Burning Man projects including the Lotus Temple & Lotus Eater art car, The Robot Heart Bus, Autobust art car and The Mind of the Man (core project).
Eric Whitney is a creator, interdisciplinary fabricator and 3D designer who works at Eagle Rock Studios in Bushwick, Brooklyn. He graduated with a BFA in 3D Design from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Additionally, Eric occasionally works with other artists and non-profits including the Socrates Sculpture Park. He is experienced in the field of sculptural fabrication with a focus in creating experiential art work in a public format.
Hannah MacDonald is a designer who holds a BFA in Communications Design from Pratt Institute. Her practice focuses on graphic design, however, she works in several artistic disciplines designing apparel, jewelry and installations. Hannah is always seeking new methods of creation, often utilizing her knowledge of different methods and mediums to create unique work.
The full crew behind the Tomb of Nahtaivel is made up of about 15 designers, sculptors, welders, painters, fabricators, visual artists and innovators, based in Brooklyn.