Dino Project Project Team:: Martin Liu
Martin's key role will be project management, he will play a major role in timelining the project, coordinating meeting times and working bees, and act as the group?s accountant. Martin will also be a skilled folder.
:: Steven Casey
Steven is the Melbourne origami group?s most advanced folder, having made hundreds of his own models, he has the highest skill level, and as such his key role will be Head Folder. He will assess the proposed models and designs and do most of the key problem solving and solution design.
:: Matthew Gardiner
Matthew is a trained visual artist, his key role will be to provide artistic vision for the project. He will create proposals for funding, and liaise with the Next Wave Festival for the dino exhibition. His minor role will be to provide documentation facilities to watch the development of the project. He will also continue the maintenence of www.papercrane.org to facilitate discussion and to aid in providing a focus and information for new folders, and the projects progress.
:: Darren Scott
Darren's key role will be as a skilled folder. Darren will also assist Steven in complex issues. He will also liaise with Jason Boulter to construct the skeletal mounting for the model.
:: Richard Foong
Richard 's key role will be as a skilled folder.
:: Brenda Saunders
Brenda 's key role will be as a skilled folder.
Tomi is our japanese folding friend, he will be of great assistance in translating the japanse text with the diagrams, and assist with skilled folding.