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Presently Jurassic Park Legacy has a lot of great staff members, and we are proud to have them all on board of this growing site. If you think you have an extensive knowledge of JP, or you are interested in joining our staff, drop us a line on the forum. If you are a site or organization I would encourage you contact us through the pr@jplegacy.org address for inquiries such as partnerships and appearances. If you are having forum issues please contact us on the board or through the forum@jplegacy.org address directly.

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Real Name: Terry
Position: Webmaster/Owner/Founder
Birthday: 23 November, 1984
Contact: tyrannosaur@jplegacy.org
About me: I used to be a staff member on inGenNET (R.I.P.) and JPDatabase until I decided to separate and start my own site. When I was three, my family and I stopped in Grand Junction, Colorado one night, and on the news there was a recent fossil find involving then Brontosaurus (Apatosaurus) being unearthed. What was extraordinary about this for me is that earlier that day we had seen the flatbed carrying the fossil down the road and then stopped off at a Siclair Gas Station and immediately bought some plastic dinosaurs upon seeing this. I was glad with the purchase when we stayed at the hotel over night. Next came my first encounter with Dinosaurs at the Natural History museum in Grand Junction, CO or there about. So from there started an obsession, and I had to have dinosaur this and dinosaur that soon after. I even recall that when "Jurassic Park" was published in 1989, and I was merely five to six years old, I wanted a copy, but my mother had told me it was a big kid's book, and she didn't think I would understand it given my age. However, soon after the movie was released, we purchased the book for me to read. Then years later, when my friends and I went to the local theater (Movies 10) in North Canton, OH to see a movie, I believe it was Aladdin, I saw posters for "Jurassic Park" and my heart soared with excitement because of the fact it involved dinosaurs, and last of all, the fact I had seen the book in the store years ago.

Excited by the extent of there being a film, I marked June 11th, 1993 on my calendar and counted down the days from the time I saw the poster in the theater. Many months, no - wait - at least what seemed like a year, passed and my dinosaur calendar was filled with X's counting down the days - in pencil of course. Before the film came out, which was soon, my mother and I had gone to the local Toys R Us and we found Jurassic Park action figures galore, so my first JP figures were: Young Tyrannosaurus Rex, Robert Muldoon, and Ellie Sattler - whom were ironically my favorite characters after watching the film and each successive week after that we purchased a 25 dollars worth of JP figures, as much as my allowance could afford.

June 11th came, and I saw the film. I was enthralled and terrified at the same time. Of course being only 8 to 9 years old and seeing a T.rex attack a car with kids nearly your age inside was a bit terrifying, but I stayed and watched. I then went back and saw it again when I went over the road with my dad, and before it was about to leave theaters, I saw it one last time. I held onto every little thing that said Jurassic Park on it, anything that I could get my hands on, especially the item they handed out at the theater. They offered six promo JP "Pogs" when I went to see the film the day it came out. Now I have these promo pogs, and I relatively have the full set of the others now. I had constantly hoped for a second film, and I got the The Lost World novel in fifth grade - which I read that year and hoped the movie would be like that. In some respects it was, and in some it was not, when it came out. The films were truly a different entity from the novels and I liked that a bit. TLW was something I looked forward to, and I continued to watch "ET" for news about the second film. My wish then came true during the Super Bowl - a teaser for TLW aired, luckily I had the VCR ready to record the commercials in case something was advertised that I liked. I wore the VCR tape out from repeatedly watching the teaser.

After TLW came up, my fandom for JP became more apparent and my downstairs was "Isla Nublar" and my upstairs was "Site B", where both my JP and TLW toys were respectively put. At the time I had complete, to near complete, sets. Unfortunately, due to moving, I had to postpone finishing my collection until I discovered eBay, and I'm now happy to report I have the complete toy sets of every thing now, minus the repaints in the Chaos Effect toy line. During my Star Wars phase I went through, I heard George Lucas drop a mention of Jurassic Park 3 being made soon and possibly helping on it. I spazed out with excitement and found inGenNET in late 1999.

What I found at inGenNET and within the JP community at large at the time was the idea - with a few others - to start the Jurassic Park Encyclopedia. My fandom and my belief that fans should have an organized research bank for information and trivia about the franchise was important to me, and JP3's over looming release date was a good tool for motivation to complete the movie end of the Encyclopedia research. My introduction as a staff member on inGenNET was later met by JP3's theatrical release nearly a year after I joined up allowing me to see a community surging with life and experience the fandom at it's peak. Something that I have seen happen again since launching JPLegacy. I enjoyed JP3 the first time I saw it. I wasn't disappointed over the Spinosaurus (I loved the idea of a new carnivore), but what I was disappointed with was the aspect of the length of the film and how rushed the storyline felt. In the end, JP is my passion and allows me to remember the positive elements of my youth.

JP wasn't just a movie with dinosaurs, it was a saga to me and a story about science, morality, ambition, philosophy, and cautionary tales about human greed. JP opened up my interest into classical music more than it already was, genetics, computers, and from the computers - web design. My interest in dinosaurs still runs strongly to this day.

Real Name:
Keith Olsen
Position: Content Administrator/Costuming Department Director
Birthday: 20 May, 1983
Contact: ammonites@jplegacy.org
About Me: I've loved Jurassic Park since the first time I saw it in the theatre, even making a costume for Alan Grant the following Halloween. I've kept a few relics from the beginning, and now I have expanded into the more professional aspects. I've seen all the movies in the theatre, and many more times at home, but there's just something about the larger-than-life screen with hundreds of people all watching in wonder that you just can't get anywhere else.

I've been on a few real-life paleontology digs, including the first Tyrannosaurus Rex discovered in Utah (don't get too excited, we didn't find much and the previous crew packed all the good parts in plaster). And if you think that digging is like it was in the movie, you couldn't be further from the truth. It would be any paleontologist's dream to happen across a fully articulated skeleton under a layer of sand and dirt that can easily be identified.

As a member of the JPLegacy staff, I hope to do all that I can in my field. To spread the good word of JP through conventions and costumes, we can all bring more people into the ever-growing realm of Jurassic Park.

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Birthday: 14 February, 1992
Position: Forum Manager
Contact: artisticraptor@jplegacy.org
About me: As my username suggests, I love art and I love raptors (or dromaeosaurs, to be precise). I'm always doodling, sketching, and generally using my imagination, though not always for dinosaurs- dragons and sci-fi hold my intrest as well. And even before I knew anything about Jurassic Park, I knew I loved those lithe carnivores famous for their slashing claws. Now that they've proven to be feathered, I love them even more.
What got me into dinosaurs I honestly can't say; I was born early enough I might have seen trailers for Jurassic park and it somehow stuck in my year-old brain, or it was watching Barney. I like to think the Jurassic Park story is more likely, but either way I was drawing my mom riding a T. rex at 2 1/2, and knew dinosaurs were found in the Badlands of South Dakota at about that same age. That is perhaps my earliest memory relating to dinosaurs- wanting to go dig them up. Here I am now, 19 years later, and my dream is still the same, though it's being more actively pursued, heh.

Jurassic Park has an odd place in this; I don't remember when I first saw the movie all the way through; the same goes for the other films. I never got to see any in the theaters, and I never really owned any of the merchendise. But the first film especially is the one movie I'll happily watch again and again. I know all the dinosaurs are inaccurate one way or another. But something about it- just the fact that there are dinosaurs, and that somebody put time and effort into them- makes me love it in a way only a fellow fan might understand. The same holds true of the other films- they may not be as good as the first one, but I still enjoy them to this day.

As for how I ended up on JPL, it's all _Veritas_'s fault. I kid, I kid- he's a good friend of mine, and is the one who told me about this awesome site. It soon became my resource for all things dinosaur, be it JP, paleontology, or upcoming games and shows. I visit it almost daily now, alongside my DeviantArt- the only other site I've stayed with consistently. I'm not much of a moderator as of now; I've never been anything more than a simple member on forums before, but I'm glad I can help JPL one way or another. This looks to be a lasting relationship.

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