Gemma

Composer, Musician, Author

Gemma received her Master’s Degree at the Academy of Music in Warsaw, Poland and her post-graduate degree as a solo violinist with honors in Geneva, Switzerland.

As a young artist, she was based in Paris where she performed chamber music and also worked internationally.

In the early 1980s, following her passion for composition and song writing, Gemma moved to New York City, where she recorded her music with the best classical and jazz musicians.

During this time, she played violin at the famed Metropolitan Opera.

In  2007, Gemma moved to Connecticut to concentrate on her creative work. She now writes children’s books for which she composes musical scores, collaborating with her talented brother, Olo, an illustrator and animator.

Gemma received her Master’s Degree at the Academy of Music in Warsaw, Poland and her post-graduate degree as a solo violinist with honors in Geneva, Switzerland.

As a young artist, she was based in Paris where she performed chamber music and also worked internationally.

In the early 1980s, following her passion for composition and song writing, Gemma moved to New York City, where she recorded her music with the best classical and jazz musicians.

During this time, she played violin in the famed Metropolitan Opera.

In  2007, Gemma moved to Connecticut to concentrate on her creative work. She now writes children’s books for which she composes musical scores, collaborating with her talented brother, Olo, an illustrator and animator.

Olo

Illustrator, Animator, Author 

Olo studied at the Academy of Fine Art in Cracow.

After graduating with honors, he continued his study in Lodz and became a director of animation. Olo has worked in the movie business since 1979 and created more than fifty animated films, several of which have won international awards.

For the last thirty years, Olo has lived in the U.S.

He has created animation for Nickelodeon, the Cartoon Network, AT&T, HBO, and others.

His drawings have been published in Connoisseur, The New York Times, People and numerous European publications.

He has illustrated several children’s books including Whoopi Goldberg’s, “Whoopi’s Big Book of Manners” published by Hyperion. Olo now lives in Connecticut where he collaborates with his sister, Gemma.

Olo studied at the Academy of Fine Art in Cracow.

After graduating with honors, he continued his study in Lodz and became a director of animation. Olo has worked in the movie business since 1979 and created more than fifty animated films, several of which have won international awards.

For the last thirty years, Olo has lived in the U.S.

He has created animation for Nickelodeon, the Cartoon Network, AT&T, HBO, and others.

His drawings have been published in Connoisseur, The New York Times, People and numerous European publications.

He has illustrated several children’s books including Whoopi Goldberg’s, “Whoopi’s Big Book of Manners” published by Hyperion. Olo now lives in Connecticut where he collaborates with his sister Gemma.

Dylan Petersen

Dolce Luna Tales Recording Studio Manager

Arranger – Musician

Dylan’s numerous talents make him a remarkable producer. As a musician he is also a successful creator of innovative digital recording methods and experimental sounds.

After concentrating on Environmental Studies in college, Dylan realized his heart’s desire was a career in music production.

Today, as a Beat Maker and producer under the name  Hologram, he has been intrinsic to the popularization and success of the hip-hop group Nu Irth whose base for performing and recording is Hartford, CT.

Currently, Dylan collaborates with classically trained musicians as well as with filmmakers on sound track productions. His unusual and idiosyncratic approach to arranging, further enriched by his experimental methods of recording, make for unique sonics on any project to which he lends his gifts.

Dylan’s variety of talents enable him to be a producer,

a musician and a creator of innovative digital recording methods and experimental sounds.

After concentrating on Environmental Studies in college,  

Dylan realized his heart’s desire was a career in music production.

Today, as a Beat Maker and producer under the name  Hologram, he has been intrinsic to the popularization and success of the hip-hop group Nu Irth whose base for performing and recording is Hartford CT.

Currently, Dylan collaborates with classically trained musicians as well as with filmmakers on sound track productions. His unusual and idiosyncratic approach to arranging, further enriched by his experimental methods of recording, make for unique sonics on any project to which he lends his gifts.

Artistic Team

John DiMartino

John DiMartino

Arranger & Keyboards

Anne Phillips

Anne Phillips

Editor

Tom Virgin

Tom Virgin

Graphic Designer / Web Developer / Video Editor

Bill Kinslow

Bill Kinslow

Recording Engineer

James Kuslan

James Kuslan

Creative Consultant & Voiceover Artist

Bob Kindred

Bob Kindred

Jazz Musician (1940–2016)
A great talent, and a great friend.

Frank Polumbo

Frank Polumbo

Video Graphic Design

Artur Dzieweczynski

Artur Dzieweczynski

Video Graphic Design