Personnel

"School doesn't teach us that we can make our hobbies our career. So, it has no use to us." GAIA.

The Great Joe Bob [GAIA's Archivist & Historian] Born and educated in Austin, Texas. Developed an interest for oral history and the hidden or forgotten history after some college years as an american football player. Currently, living in Copenhagen with his family. Sister Daisy [GAIA Website Administrator] Currently lives in Leipzig and works in Berlin. A Keen rower and cyclist, she regularly cycles the Rhine Cycle Path working remotely on a mobile device. Is a freelance web designer who has worked with GAIA from its formation in various capacities. Member of 'The Rainbow Club'. Sister Elva Educational reformist. Advises GAIA on educational projects and targets. Lives and works from her home in Quebec. Member of 'The Rainbow Club'. Indian Dave [GAIA's Racial Awareness and Conscience Advisor] First non-white American to be the High Priest of the KKK. Civil rights campaigner and novelist. Under his pen name, Hampsten Floorbow, he is the author of the four best sellers 'Millenium Killer', 'Return To Berlin', 'The Past Didn't Go Anywhere' and 'Asian, But Not Forgotten'. Has homes in San Diego and San Francesco. Member of 'The Rainbow Club'. Cowboy Joe [GAIA's Music Director] No current biographical information available. Brother Kipur [The Last Of The Troubadours] Born in Peshwar. Film-maker, with creidts as Writer/Director on 'Whatever Happened To John, Paul, George And Ringo?' a film about what might have happened to the members of The Beatles if they had not found fame and 'When Aubrey Met Kanda', a documentary about two young people who have turned their backs on substantial inheritance to live off the land. Member of 'The Rainbow Club'. Sister Nicole [GAIA's Communications Manager] Born in Paris. Her father is a design engineer and mother an astro-physicist. She was home-educated until her late teens. She studied law in Madrid and then worked for various environmental / campaigns groups as an in-house lawyer. Following an early passion for textile design, she set-up her own fabric design company in Paris while continuing a consultancy role in environmental law. She now lives with her family in Iceland. Working from her offices in Paris, in the winter months. Lord Muswell [Freelance Campaigns Director & GAIA's Legal Advisor] Social Anthropologist, essayist, diarist and former international swimmer. Born in Bruge, to a Swiss diplomat father and a Danish mother. He is the Great-Grandson of the designer of 'The Benson Chair' (a late-Victorian Jacobian writer's chair) and a distant relative of Sir Francis Lytton Snr. III (the notorious 16th Century scientist and explorer). Contributes articles to the ubiquitous and mysterious ecological education and campaigns organization The GAIA Initiative. Member of 'The Rainbow Club'. Lead Rock [Policy Advisor] Texan geo-anthropological campaigner / activist. International road-cyclist. Former member of the infamous '20/13 Club'. Advises GAIA on ecological issues. Works out of San Francisco, though he now lives with his family in Midville, Connecticut. Member of 'The Rainbow Club'. Sister KAR [GAIA's Co-Founder] Photographer. Rolo Tomassi [Works For GAIA In An 'Unspecified' Capacity] No current biographical information available. Jonathon Tuttle [GAIA's Ethical Consultant & Founding Member] One of the founding fathers of GAIA. Editor of 'bUtterfLies', the legendary underground social reform literary magazine. Born in Battle Creak, Michigan, U.S.A.. Educated in medicine at Berliner Polytechnisch. Participated in the 1960's student peace campaigns and refused drafting by the U.S. Air Force during the Philippines War on ethical and moral grounds. Currently, lives and works in north-London. Member of 'The Rainbow Club'. Brother Vranek [GAIA's Co-Founder] An Autodidactic Polymath, painter, designer, campaigner, gardener, athlete, pamphletier, romantic, sprint coach, sports (pyschological) psycho-strategist and tactician, musician, director, film-maker, composer, writer, poet, ecologist, educational reformist, civil rights activist and one-man-revolutionary. Born to Austrian, Czech and Pakistani parentage. One of Britain's leading natural young 400 metres runners and Europe's top sprint coaches. Formed Yew Tree Productions (YTP) in 1985 and GAIA in 1999. Retired from public life in 2009. He spends his time categorizing his books and music collections using the Indo-Greco Numbering System (IDGS) and training as a ballet dancer. He is a black-belt in Stroga and a member of 'The Rainbow Club'. Sister Poppy (Lady de Souza) Born in Srilankaster, a small British colonial island in off the Indian Ocean, where her parents were working as aid workers. As a fashion model she was one and a half times voted the most beautiful face of Vogue. She balances her fashion work with work as a human rights campaigner. Educated at the Paris Convent 'Les Moines d'Un Autre Orgue'. Has often stated, that, she 'drinks a cherry cola every day'. Sister Inga [GAIA's Creative Consultant] Born in Sweden and brought-up in Buenos Airies, Argentina. Daughter of former Swedish Foreign Minister Guy Andersson and Swedish Health Minister, Ana Lyngståd. She was a close friend and supporter of former Prime Minister Olof Palme. Works as a ceramacist and civil rights activist. Travels extensively making pots wherever she stays using a portable saggar. Lives in New Mexico. Speaks twenty-four languages and twelve dialects. Brother ?? [ Head Of GAIA Studios] Member of GAIA's in-house band (The Plastic Revolutionary Band).

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