WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Following Digital Pictures, Tom Zito harked back to his older career as a Washington Post rock critic and set up a new company called Garageband in 1999 which aimed to give a promotional leg-up to up-and-coming bands. He then served as chief executive officer of Integrated Media Management until 2009. Today, he runs a web-based company called I’d Watch That, which enables TV viewers to vote on the shows that they would like to see get made for TV.
After leaving Digital Pictures, Lodewijk Coen became a senior art director at Microunity Systems in Sunnyvale, California and then moved to the Netherlands to become a lecturer in new media and typography at the Academy of Fine Arts in Maastrict. He has lectured at many institutions in the Netherlands, Finland, America and Belgium and he is currently the principal chief executive officer at a company which seeks to look at the link between wellness and art.
Over the past couple of decades, Mark Klein has been involved in internet security products, he has cofounded a nationwide voicemail company called evoice which was bought by AOL, and developed many consumer and enterprise products and services. He is currently the chief data scientist at a company called Averon.
Rob Fulop founded a company called PF Magic in 1991 which became best known for the virtual pet games Dogz And Catz
– deliberately producing cute interactive games because he was embarrassed at the controversy over Night Trap. He sold PF Magic to Mattel in 2000 and later joined Playfirst as a senior game designer. He has also worked for Videobrain and Zynga. Today, Rob is currently employed as the design director for Hands On Media, overseeing the World Poker Tour online games. He also joined the indie rock band Bourbon Therapy in California in 2015 as the pianist/keyboardist.