THE PRODUCTION TEAM (Dags and MPS' Video Emporium)

Since October 2020 a small team of people have been committed to creating a special show devoted to reviewing episodes of Star Trek: Discovery and The Mandalorian. The key focus of this show is to make them fun and entertaining whilst discussing in detail various aspects of the episodes. 

Meet the Presenters

Peter 'MPS' Sims

MPS, as he prefers to be known, has a long and successful history working within the creative arts. Chief among his achievements include a significant number of movie projects including fan films, short films and professional productions where he has worked both in front of the camera and behind.

Being a member of the Sci-Fi fan community since the early 2000s, MPS was once the president of his local Star Trek fan club as well as deputy director of his local Star Wars fan club - which included producing the monthly podcast Star Talking.

In the past few years he has served a pivotal committee role on three successful science fiction conventions. all  whilst indulging in his other creative passion which is the ability to build highly detailed and imaginative models in Lego.

 

Dags

As Dags likes to say, '"I'm just a dude."

Rich Johnson

Music Composer: 

Dags and MPS' Video Emporium

Rich, or Richie, is a native of New York who spent 3 years pursuing his music composition degrees at Melbourne University in the early 2000's. Whilst there he got to know a lot of wonderful people in the Australian Sci-Fi community and is glad to be friends with them nearly 20 years later.

Besides composing music, Rich teaches theatre arts and film making to students ages 11-18 and is the resident expert at his school for all things Sci-Fi, where conversations and debates with students, faculty, and parents happen daily.

Rich is ecstatic to be a part of Sci-Fi Zone which has grown out of the thriving and welcoming Sci-Fi community he is proud to be a part of.

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