Scott was born in Red Deer in Alberta, Canada. He moved to Burlington, Ontario, when he was 11, and studied business at university. In 1998 he applied for a location PA position on the TV series Due South and has worked in the location department since.
Rob studied Architecture in Bristol, which didn't quite work out, but initiated his fascination with the city’s urban fabric. Spurned by the BBC as a trainee cameraman for wearing glasses, he discovered the North of England and the benefits of an HGV licence.
Marie Eve Tefaatau was born in France and relocated to French Polynesia, where she’s been now for 22 years. She started out in the tourism industry before moving on to TV shows and sports and becoming a Location Manager in the islands.
A native Washingtonian, Rebecca "Puck" Stair explored Massachusetts and California before moving to New Mexico. She taught English students and broke in horses before falling into the film business. She still can't get up, but likes it because she finally feels at home with the ‘carnies.’