Perry Grebin has worked as a bnews and promotions for several Turner networks. In 1995, he became a CBS art director and producer, working on news, sports, and original programming. He then designed and produced material for other networks, including ABC, Nickelodeon, MTV, and VH1. Grebin's print media work includes corporate logo design and layouts for advertising campaigns, and his writing and photography have appeared in Interview, Spin, and Might. In 1998, Grebin and partner Michael Nigro founded Acme Pictures, through which they produce feature films, documentaries, and episodic television.
While teaching screenwriting at American University, Michael Nigro was a finalist in Scenario magazine's first Screenplay Competition and signed with a major talent agency. In 1996, he was chosen by the editors of William Morrow as one of the best short-story writers under 35 and was anthologized in Rob Weisbach's imprint Virgin Fiction. Buzz magazine declared Nigro one of TV's best writers, and he later wrote, produced, and directed television shows for ABC, MTV, VH1, and the BBC. He recently finished the second installment of the Daddy Can't Draw series and is writing a graphic novel created from found photographs in New York City.