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Ming Chen’s road to the Stash all began in 1995, when the college student, video store employee, and Kevin Smith follower developed a fan website based on the movie Clerks. Smith, who appreciated Chen’s work, reached out and asked him to create the Web site for his production company, View Askew Productions. Fifteen years later, not only does Chen continue to work on all of Smith’s online projects, but he has also ventured into several other areas within the Kevin Smith empire, most recently hosting a weekly podcast called I Sell Comics! with Michael Zapcic on Smith’s radio network, S.I.R.!: SModcast Internet Radio. Chen is not only the technical expert for The Stash, but he is also the perfect person to send out to do the jobs no one else wants to do. He takes it all with a smile, and is happy to be a part of the team. During his free time, Chen serves on the board for the non-profit organization Root to Rise. Chen has been married to his wife Debbie for 14 years and has two children, Lillian and Harrison.

He has worked with the legendary Jim Henson on Sesame Street, The Dark Crystal, The Muppet Caper, the Muppet Shorts and Fraggle Rock. Bill created the Stuffin Puppets in the late 70’s, worked on shows like “Stuffy’s Place” and “Bill Diamond’s Land of the Moonshins” in the 80’s and created “Dr. Rock’s Dinosaur
Adventure” for Fox Television in the 90’s. Bill built and operated the puppets for the “Little Shop of Horrors” road tours that have traveled across the country since the 80’s.