Born in 1969 in Metz, France, Julien Maire currently lives and works in Berlin. Maire's work has been exhibited internationally in solo shows at galleries including Diderot Gallery, France; Francoise Knabe Gallery, Germany; Jacqueline Moussion Gallery, France; and group shows including Les Rencontres Internationales de la photographie, Arles, France; and Hull Time Based Art, Hull, UK. Drew Berry is a 3D digital animator who creates complex biomedical visualisations for the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI), Australia's flagship centre for medical research. Born in New York, he relocated to Australia where he gained a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne. He went on to receive a Master of Science for his work in studying human cells using time-lapse microscopy. The innovative and elegant approach to 3D biomedical animation that he has engaged in while at WEHI has seen his work transcend the boundaries of medical research. Berry's animations have been exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, Paris, the National Museum of Australia and, most recently, as part of SIGGRAPH 2003 in San Diego, USA. His animations have also been included in numerous documentaries for Channel 4, PBS and ABC. Focusing primarily on visualisations of cells, DNA and proteins, Berry's work has enabled a large audience to understand the microscopic workings of the human body while illuminating the mysterious landscape of the body at cellular level.