Perrin is an Emmy Award-winning producer and writer with a background in private equity, finance and entrepreneurship. Prior to launching Adaptive, Chiles founded In Effect Films to produce socially-conscious documentary films such as the Oscar Short-Listed and Emmy Award-winning Autism: The Musical and the award-winning Splinters. Before moving to Los Angeles, Perrin worked at Elevation Partners, a leading media and entertainment fund, and Silver Lake Partners, a premier technology private equity fund. Perrin graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA Economics & History.
Marc was the Senior Vice President of LivePlanet, the production hub for Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. He served as producer or executive producer on the Emmy-nominated series Project Greenlight, the feature film Running the Sahara, the multiplatform Race to E3 for MTV and XBOX Live; and feature films First Descent for Universal and Feast for Dimension. After LivePlanet, Marc served as president of the Onexone USA Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of children worldwide. He is a co-founder of H2O Africa (now Water.org), and is on the Board of Directors of the Sean McDonough Children's Foundation and The Q Fund. Marc is also on the advisory board for Children Mending Hearts, and he has worked closely as an advisor to Team 25 Foundation. Marc graduated from Lake Forest College in Illinois.