David Randag is the co-director of Standard Deviation. Originally from Springfield, Illinois David started to work in the film industry in New York in 2002. Shortly after he moved to Miami, Argentina, and later Brazil. In 2006, David took up residence in Gainesville, Florida where he began studying for his master's degree in documentary film production. Since the production of Standard Deviation David has worked as a freelance producer on various shows for CBS News and The History Channel. In his spare time David swims two miles a day, cooks like an Argentine, and works on the development of several projects for television. David currently resides in New York City. He holds a B.A. in Writing & Philosophy from Marquette University and an M.A. in Documentary Filmmaking from the University of Florida. Christopher Brannan, originally from Gainesville, Florida, was a childhood classmate of Billy Cottrell, the subject of Standard Deviation. A recent graduate of the University of Florida’s Documentary Institute, Christopher has been working in video production for the past seven years. Christopher is drawn toward personal stories that examine the absurdities of everyday life. Past directorial projects include Citrus and the Citrus Tower (2006), a short film examining an overlooked- and overmatched- landmark near Orlando, Florida, and Stall: My Feelings Toward Public Restrooms (2007), another short that follows the filmmaker in his search for a clean communal commode. Christopher currently resides in Los Angeles, California as a freelance editor and is in pre-production for his next documentary, Jukebox Hero (WT), a look into the Waffle House Jukebox and the songwriters responsible for cooking up tunes about hash browns, waitresses, and waffles.