steve wang
As a veteran special makeup FX artist and creature designer, Steve has worked with Academy Award winners Stan Winston, Rick Baker and the legendary Dick Smith.

At the Stan Winston Studios, Steve was the lead concept designer, sculptor and painter behind one of Hollywood's most memorable creatures, "The Predator." From there, they say the rest is history.

Steve is one of the most respected make-up FX/creature designers in the movie business, and he keeps surprising the industry with his innovative designs. The character "Abe Sapien" for the movie Hellboy as well as the lead villains "Markus" and "William" in Underworld Evolution were hailed for its design and execution.

Steve's current work can be seen at gaming conventions all over the world in the exhibit booths of Blizzard, Riot, and Red 5 Studios, including a life-size bronze statue of Kerrigan outside the offices of Blizzard France.
eddie yang
Eddie Yang has been working in the film industry for over 25 years, creating characters for such films as: R.I.P.D, Iron man, Avengers, The Amazing Spiderman, and more.

Eddie started his career as a sculptor/designer for Academy Award winning make-up effects artist Rick Baker in 1987. During that time, Eddie worked on dozens of projects including: Men in Black I & II, The Nutty Professor, The Grinch, Planet of the Apes, and Mighty Joe Young to name a few.

After a 16 year career with Rick, Eddie pursued a career in digital effects, working on visual effects for films such as Sky Captain World of Tomorrow, Fantastic Four, and Eight Below. At the Stan Winston Studio in 2003, he had a hand in some of the decade's biggest movies, including: Avatar, Iron man, and Indiana Jones 4.

Eddie started the Eddie Yang Studio in 2007 designing creatures, specialty costumes, and production art for several feature films including Dark Knight Rises, Man of Steel, and Robocop 2014. He teamed up with Steve Wang to create Alliance Studio in 2013 and was the production designer on the soon to be released feature film Outpost 37.