What began as a childhood fascination in the science of cryptozoology quickly became a vocation for brothers, Tim and Phillip O’Donnell. After writing an award winning essay on subject of prehistoric survivors at age 13, Phillip compiled information on the subject into a book, completed in 2006. With the inclusion of Tim’s artwork, the book brought in a number of speaking engagements and associated events. One year later the brothers experienced their first field research trip with retired micro-biologist and science teacher, Peter G. Beach. Shortly following was an invitation to contribute a chapter to an upcoming cryptozoology book “Elementum Bestia.” Since that time their investigations have taken them from British Columbia, to Lake Erie, the Pacific Northwest and Texas. In 2010 they were consulted in an Animal Planet production for their research into Ogopogo, the Canadian Loch Ness Monster. Later that year, the brothers were selected as semi-finalists in competition for the $100,000 award at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival for their entry “Mind Game.” Aside from Cryptozoology and cinematography studies, Tim and Phillip create 2D & 3D graphics, commercial websites, and techo music compositions.