Olivia Rosestone was born in Madison, Wisconsin in 1952. Growing up, she studied ballet, jazz, tap and modern dance, training at the Washington School of Ballet, and with Martha Graham in New York City. After moving to California in 1974, she got married and had three children. She continued years of creative study in Renaissance painting, Italian bel canto singing, and popular song writing.
For the past 20 years, she has studied archetypal psychology along with her husband, Douglas. Together, they built a life coaching practice, using a variety of tools and skills that they created to help individuals and couples reach their potential.
Currently, Olivia is working with Douglas, and her son, Jonah, on Secrets of the Rainbow Bridge, as the chief writer. In doing so, she draws upon years of training, both in psychology and in the arts, as well as her coaching work with people of all ages, and from all walks of life.
Douglas Rosestone was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1946. When he was 19, he hopped a Yugoslavian freighter, and jumped ship in Casa Blanca. While traveling in Europe and the Near East, he was exposed to the work of Joseph Campbell initiating a lifelong interest in mythology. He met J. Krishnamurti, who suggested that he go to India to study yoga. This he did for seven years, immersing himself in yoga practice and the study of Eastern philosophy.
Upon returning to the United States, he taught yoga for several years. He then became an entrepreneur, which allowed him to retire before he turned 40.
Early retirement allowed him to return to his first love – the study of human consciousness and mythology. After turning his attention to archetypal psychology, Douglas and his wife, Olivia started a life coaching practice, and have been working with individuals and couples for the past twenty years.
Currently, he is working with Olivia, and his son, Jonah, on Secrets of the Rainbow Bridge as the chief mythologist.
Jonah Rosestone was born in 1982 in San Rafael California. He spent his childhood reading fantasy books, comics, and playing video games. When his fifth grade teacher asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up he said, “a writer.” However, realizing his dream would not be a straight forward path. Mistrustful of his ability to support himself with writing, and concerned about his financial prospects, he changed majors many times in college. Finally, he made a practical choice, graduating in 2007 with a business degree in marketing from San Francisco State.
After college, he worked various computer jobs involving networking, and Linux. However, soon his inner daemon called upon him to get back to the goal he had set in the fifth grade. In his spare time, he voraciously consumed everything he could about creative writing. He wrote his first screenplay, and entered it into a few contests, and won a quarter finalist and a finalist award.