A. V. Carraway is a filmmaker and musician based in Providence, RI. Her videos have been screened at galleries across the northeast. Her art-karaoke collaboration with Luke Boggia was included in the Brooklyn pavilion at the 2012 Shanghai Biennale as part of Chris Rice’s CKTV project and went on to win ‘best video’ at the 2014 Biennale Roadshow. Formerly of the art-synth pop duo, the Awesome Brothers, she currently directs music videos and films for Planchette.

    Hayley Thompson-King is an actor, composer and multi-instrumentalist. She is best known as the lead singer of American psychedelic rock band Major Stars, as well as her solo project Banditas. Her music has been featured on ABC’s Betrayal, Bravo’s Queer Eye For The Straight Guy and WBUR’s Off The Record. As a mezzo-soprano, she has performed with American Repertory Theatre (Carmen), New Repertory Theatre (Into The Woods),The Lotte Lenya Competition (Finalist), New England Conservatory Opera Theatre (Magic Flute), Riverside Theater, Opera Boston and Ash Lawn Opera Festival. Prominent acting credits include Dr. Physics in The G4 Network’s Action Blast, woman chowing multiple hot dogs for Kayem Hot Dogs (as seen at Fenway Park), and Bride of Frankenstein in the music video for J Train by Reggie and The Full Effect.

    Joan Wyand is a controversial performance artist, experienced collaborator, and skilled maker. With an intense awareness of our material environment, her creative mission is to inspire joy in everyday life while confronting challenging social issues. Her main mediums are clay, performance, fabric, trash, and installation.

    Luke Boggia is a musician, illustrator, and filmmaker. His films, animations, and videos have been screened at festivals internationally, including the 2012 Shanghai Biennale. Formerly of the art-synth pop duo, the Awesome Brothers, he currently tours as Sensitive Hearts, a performance project that integrates music, video, and spoken word.

    Chris Braiotta is an opinionated pedant who lives near Boston, MA. His writing has appeared in The Boston Phoenix, The Chicago Sun-Times, The Awl, The Hairpin, and The New Yorker's blog. He is also a musician in a band called "Planet of Adventure," who are evil, but wise hippies from space. He has allergies.

    Michael A. "Mac" Carroll who plays the role of "Man", in Fecund Blessings marks his 3rd time working with Planchette and director Ashleigh Carraway. Mac had previously worked with Ashleigh on some music videos for one of his bands, Big Digits, which were always wild, weird, gross, and mildly inappropriate. When the opportunity came up to work with Carraway/Planchette again, this time in a longer format, he jumped on it. Mac's acting credentials include, Prison Escapee's Son on Unsolved Mysteries, Decapitated Head in When He Comes Home, Actor/Writer for webseries WOWMANWOW, and on stage, in various dramatic roles in his younger years. When he is not acting he can be found co-hosting a weekly Monday night football podcast called FOOTBALLZ. He lives in the Boston area.