Cory Arcangel is a founding BEIGE member. Also known as DJ Rudy, he is a member of the music groups "The Acidheads" and "Jamie Arcangel and the Arcangels." He likes to hack Nintendo cartridges (a process he learned from BEIGE member Paul B. Davis), and surf the net.
Elana Berkowitz lives in Washington DC. She writes for Salon.com, New York Press, Bust, and Index Magazine.
Joseph Beuckman is a founding member of BEIGE. He also founded NES Records and the Litterthugz crew. His stage names include Bitch Ass Darius, Kenny Kingston, DJ Cougar Shuttle, D'White, and Nelly Wilson.
Emily Drury lives in New Hampshire with her pet rabbit Daisy.
Sarah Dunbar is an artist and designer living in Boston. She is the lead singer of the band "Cat Pants."
Kathy Grayson is an independent curator in New York City. Her curatorial projects include a show with art group Dearraindrop at Deitch Projects in New York City and a special political issue of K48 magazine curated in conjunction with Scott Hug.
Emily K. Larned makes artist books and other things under the production label Red Charming. She is the Vice President and Education Coordinator of Booklyn, a not-for-profit artist alliance.
Andrew Kuo graduated with a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in '99. He lives and works in New York City. He has shown his silkscreened paintings in New York, LA, Philadelphia, and Tokyo.
Althea Merback was awarded Artisan Status by the International Guild of Miniature Artisans in 2003. Her workshop is her home in Bloomington, Indiana, where she is held to very high standards of quality control by her children and Art Historian husband.
Sarah Shapiro is a reality TV producer living and working in LA. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College in 2000, she spent some time living in New York City and then finally returned to her homeland on the west coast, where she performs as a folk-singer.
Brian Sholis is a writer based in New York. He has written for Flash Art, Artforum.com, the 2004 Whitney Biennial exhibition catalogue, Untitled, and Artleaf.
Emily Spivack founded the not-for-profit organization in New York City called Shop Well With You, which helps women with cancer use clothing as a creative means towards wellness. She graduated from Brown University in 2001 with a degree in art/semiotics.
Rose White ran a yarn shop in Brooklyn, New York called Yarnivore.
KnitKnit 3 was designed by Stumptown Printers.