Every member of the BrainStorm team brings their own unique, invaluable flavor to the mix. We’re made up of rock climbers and book devourers, musicians and filmmakers, pranksters and do-gooders—all under one hilarious roof. We wouldn’t have it any other way.
Erin Eide doesn’t waste weekends. While the rest of us sleep in, Erin is sewing elaborate, eye-catching costumes that she shows off at conventions around the country. How good are they? Let’s just say she has her own category at the yearly Halloween costume contest to keep things fair.
KRYPTONITE: Coke Zero
All kids say their dad can beat up other kids’ dads, but Casey Trujillo’s kids are right. Coach Trujillo is a motivator who has a knack for finding the exact sports video that will make the BrainStorm team’s eyes water. Is someone cutting onions in here?
KRYPTONITE: The McDonald’s Dollar Menu
Derek Adams loves people but hates hugs, so don’t bother going in for the kill. When he’s not deftly avoiding physical contact (HE LIKES HIS SPACE, OKAY?), he’s motorcycling off into the sunset. Those two things might be related, now that we think about it.
KRYPTONITE: Skyline Chili
Don’t ever tell John Wade that there’s a movie or TV show you think he’ll enjoy; he’ll inevitably hate it and make you question everything you think you love. John creates the most elaborate Santa Claus traps known to man, which assures us that the Service Solutions team is in capable hands.
KRYPTONITE: Sadistic white elephant gift exchanges
Eric Farr lives life in the fast lane—and living in that fast lane once resulted in his motorcycle getting totaled and a previously alive deer becoming...well, less alive. We’ve decided to keep Eric for his vision, catchphrases, and impressive high kicks.
KRYPTONITE: Diet Coke
We’re only as great as the players on our team. That’s why we’re always on the lookout for brilliant, motivated, oddball individuals to keep moving BrainStorm forward. If you love to think big, play hard, and prank occasionally, we’d love to meet you.
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