Marc X Grigoroff is a writer, musician, filmmaker and father of two. After graduating from high school, he worked as a garbage man, which eventually led to a career in advertising. For no particular reason, he wrote a series of children’s poems. One day he asked his own children if they would help turn them into Motion Poems. They agreed. And here we are. Noah Zachary Grigoroff is 12 years old and has loved to draw since he was old enough to hold a crayon. He has received a number of awards for his drawings and is in a special Arts program through school. Like his heroes Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, Noah also loves to bake. He stoically accepts the fact that he is probably more mature than his father. Zoë Valentine Grigoroff is 10 years old and has become the family thespian. Her after-dinner theater work is a much-anticipated home diversion. She starred in a commercial when she was seven and has provided the voice over for several others. Like her brother, Zoë loves to draw but has developed her own style. She is resistant to homework but does it anyway.