Thank You, Internet
Updates every wednesday 

A sincere love letter to everything The Internet has to offer.

The Pipedream Podcast Producers

Just the guys in charge of the site.

David Spencer

Pipedream CEO -
Hosts "Thank You Internet" 
& "The Weird Alphabet"
David W. Spencer grew up in Fairbanks, Alaska, with a love for movies, web-shows, pretending to have a time machine, and all things story. After he graduated from Compass College of Cinematic Arts in 2012, he moved to LA and got some modest experience on the sets of numerous shorts, music videos, web shows, and other projects. Now his passion is focused on internet culture, especially podcasts, and talks about anything and everything. He is a fan of Red vs. Blue, Rebel Force Radio, cracked.com, xkcd, badchristian, Thrilling Adventure Hour, and the Jurassic Park Melodica cover.

Michael W. Hunter

Pipedream CEO -
Hosts "Thank You Internet" 
& "The Weird Alphabet"

Michael William Hunter is an actor from North Pole, Alaska. In 2012, he graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Hollywood, CA with an associates degree in Dramatic Arts and is now currently taking the Sitcom Master class at The Actors Comedy Studio in West Hollywood. He grew up with the early days of YouTube and is a huge fanatic of such. Some of his favorite corners of the Internet consist of Homestar Runner, Nostalgia Critic, JonTron, Videogamedunkey, Dominic Fera, FilmCow, FreddieW (as well as everything RocketJump), and The Angry Video Game Nerd.


View Michael's Actor Profile - HERE!

The Pipedream Podcast Family

The faces behind the voices you listen to with your ears.

Daniel Kawka

Chief Director of Film - 
Hosts "The Weird Alphabet"
Daniel Kawka is a writer, cinematographer, director, editor, and photographer. He received his BA from Western Michigan University with a double major in Film and English. While in school, he co-founded & was president of the Western Filmmakers Association (WFA) and ended his college years by co-writing/directing WMU's first full-length student film, "The Day Job". Today he continues his own projects and works independently under his production company Legend Maker Productions LLC.
http://danielkawka.com/

Andrew Frola

Multi-dimensional Ambassador of Earth -
Hosts "The Weird Alphabet"
Andrew Frola has been living in LA for about a year now and he loves the many new and exciting things he sees every day, as it inspires his work as a digital 2D concept artist. His goal is to bring his concepts into the Game and Film industry to create some amazing worlds and creatures. Also, when he's not animating, podcasting, or fighting crocodiles with his bare hands, he hosts a Let's Play channel, FrolalalalaGaming!

Click HERE for his gaming channel!

Gage Agnew

PR Manager & Producer -
Hosts "Almost Adults"
Gage Agnew grew up in Niceville, FL (yes, that's a real place) mainly making short and dumb movies with his friends and classmates. That all changed when he went to Florida State University. Then he made short and dumb movies for an educational degree. That led him to a bachelor's degree in Digital Media Production. He now lives in LA still making dumb, short movies while sometimes recording a podcast. He's worked with Screen Junkies, Smosh Games, and Clevver TV as well as making his own original content such as his movie review show, Gage Your Interest and a sci-fi web series called Chronos.

The Pipedream Podcast Family (cont.)

Even more faces behind the voices you listen to with your ears.

Jean-Claude Guidi

On-site Physician -
Hosts "Almost Adults"

A letter from Jean-Claude Guidi:

"So I agreed to co-host a podcast. I'm not sure why I agreed to co-host a podcast. I have a degree from FSU in Biochemistry; is that relevant to this podcast? No it's not. I'm doing my Master's in Medical Sciences right now. Also not really applicable, unless someone goes into anaphylactic shock from talking. Sure, I'm also an animator, that's cool, but for now I want to be a physician. So if there's a medical school that thinks I've got moxie for doing a podcast, send me an email. For everyone else, just send me an email if my voice gets on your nerves."

Stacey Krakus

Head Chef -
Hosts "Drunk Geek Girls"

At the tender age of seven , Stacey Krakus, witnessed the beauty of cult film in Alabama. She has not looked back, in fact, she works on film and TV in the lawlessness of LA. She is on a quest to discover the celluloid wonders that others have forgotten.

Hope Donoghue

Alcohol Consultant & HR Department -
Hosts "Drunk Geek Girls"

Once, long ago, a small cookie baking elf sneezed glitter onto a lazy sloth and Hope Donoghue burst forth into existence. She was very high at the time. Fast forward twenty-three years and she still exists in the desert wasteland of Los Angeles; still glittery and still high. R'Amen.