Dana Marcolina is an actor currently based in Los Angeles. A graduate from Pace University’s School of Performing Arts. She has performed on many stages throughout New York City such as La MaMa E.T.C, Movement Research at The Judson Church and Theater Row. She also spent time studying and performing in London at the Royal Academy for Dramatic Art. She is deeply inspired by collaborative work and is passionate about exploring inventive means of storytelling.

Anna Cordell is an Australian actor, writer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Recent film projects she has appeared in include: Palisade, Rubber Heart and When You Return. In 2016 she wrote and acted in the short film Hip Hip Hooray, which was featured in the narrative short program at SXSW 2016. This summer she will be starring in the short film Runaway by Sylvia Saether.

Anna’s writing credits also include the short film Rubber Heart, to be released later this year. She is currently working with friend & director Lizzy Sanford on a theater piece to be produced in the fall, as well as a collection of short fiction.


After a year of living off the grid in Marfa, TX, artist Charlotte Fassler — former visual editor and producer at Man Repeller — is officially partnering with long time creative collaborator Dani Girdwood — protégé of director Reed Morano. Girdwood is coming fresh off of THE HANDMAID’S TALE and associate producing Morano’s most recent film I THINK WE’RE ALONE NOW, starring Elle Fanning and Peter Dinklage.

Uniting under the moniker, SIMILAR BUT DIFFERENT, the NY based directing duo is known for their work where art meets branding —

Together they’ve shot in London, Paris, Miami, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Min, Jakarta, and Singapore in partnership with their fashion clients. Their fashion film AYAHUASCA, AZ for luxury brand Malone Souliers premiered at London Fashion Week in February to high praise and acclaim. Their recent commercial for TUMI premiered at this years Tribeca Film Festival. Their most recent work includes music videos for Mainland // 300 Entertainment and for Banners // Island Records.

Originally hailing from Fremantle, Western Australia, Chelsea Wheatley is an artist who began producing music on Logic software at age 12 and playing bass in a punk band from age 15 with which she toured Australia extensively. Not long thereafter, she found the solo spotlight and emerged as Chela.

Quickly gaining international acclaim with two successive singles released by French tastemaker label Kitsuné, the success of these releases led to appearances at SXSW and Coachella amongst many other festivals and collaborations with the likes of Goldroom, Viceroy & Seth Bogart.

An energetic and enigmatic performer, Chela has become known as an artist with a strong aesthetic sensibility. So far 2016 has seen her recording new music with Chris Zane (Passion Pit, St Lucia, Les Savy Fav) and working on her highly anticipated debut album.
Spotify’s “Spotlight Artist” for 2015

-Played major festivals such as Coachella, SXSW, and Sugar Mountain (Australia)
-10+ million combined Spotify streams
-‘Romanticise’ released on Kitsune reached #1 on Hype Machine and has over 2 Million views on YouTube and 3.2 Million plays Spotify
-Featured on LA producer Goldroom’s summer anthem ‘Fifteen’ which has over 15 Million views on YouTube and over 8 Million plays on Spotify


Natalie O’Moore is a portrait and fashion photographer currently based in Los Angeles.

Upon graduating in 2013 from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Studies with a BFA in Photography and Modern Art, Natalie moved to Los Angeles to pursue personal photographic projects. She is interested in the legacy of American road trip photography, self-portraiture, and the ability to create a feminine language through imagery.


 Natalia is part of the founding artistic team of National Sawdust, as well as is a founding board member. She began working with composer Paola Prestini as part of the VisionIntoArt creative team, helping produce performances nationally and internationally, with residencies at the Park Avenue Armory and MASS MoCA, before joining the National Sawdust team two years before its opening in 2015, helping develop the artistic vision for the new space. She has since left the team to curate independently.

Besides continuing her one-off performances, Natalia regularly produces Michael Leviton’s monthly series “The Tell”. She produces & curates “The Selkie Series” – an annual summer series featuring critically-acclaimed female performance artists, musicians, and visual artists all under thirty, which launched summer 2016 in collaboration with Pet. She produces & co-curates “Solid Jackson” with composer and musician Spencer Zahn which features unreleased songs by today’s most recognizable vocalists in a series of one off performances with the industry’s most creative & active musicians.

She also curates and produces “The Playthrough Series” with the NYU Game Center, which focuses on playthrough performances and immersive experiences of video games. It launched with critically acclaimed “Journey“.

She has worked on special performances with artists such as Kimbra, Yuka Honda, Kelsey Lu, Psychic Twin, Chairlift, Cuddle Magic, Deva Mahal, Aerial East, Corinne Bailey Rae, Daughter, Sophia Brous, Autre New Veut, Austin Wintory, Cole Ramstad, We In Cloudz, and more.

She has been published in Time Out New York, worked as Assistant to the Director under Jonathan Bank at the Mint Theatre, and in the development department of the National Theatre of Ireland, The Abbey Theatre, while living in Dublin.

Jedda-Daisy Culley is an artist with a rich creative pedigree. Her father is Stephen Culley, an artist who, in the 1970s, formed iconic Desert Designs, an Australian textile print and lifestyle label founded with indigenous artist Jimmy Pike. The Culley family home became a creative hub where artists would often drop by and visit. As a child, Jedda-Daisy couldn’t imagine growing up and becoming anything but an artist, and took her future aspirations very seriously. ‘I would set up studios, working away at different drawings, paintings and sculptures for hours,’ she reminisces. This childhood fascination did not waver, and as a grown up Jedda-Daisy now works on her various creative projects from a studio in Sydney’s Surry Hills.

In her high school years, Jedda-Daisy went to study in Western Australia on an art scholarship, then onto COFA to complete a Master of Fine Arts. She’s been painting since she can remember, but things got a bit more serious when she graduated and began to exhibit her work. Her latest show Universal Love at Mild Manners, and includes a collection of vibrant expressive paintings inspired by the Australian landscape.

Alongside her art practice, Jedda-Daisy also co-directs Desert Designs, the brand that her father and Jimmy Pike started many decades ago. She says her involvement with the brand and its history with indigenous arts and culture has given her a deeper understanding of native Australian landscapes, inspiring her own practice.

‘I have been privileged to learn something of the intricacies of the desert landscape and the particularities of Aboriginal cosmology – the wisdom in how they view landscape in this county,’ Jedda-Daisy explains. ‘Jimmy’s visual archive has been a touchstone for me to enter this world and deepen my own practice and understanding of landscape.’


STRICKER is an Australian multi- disciplinary Director, Photographer and Music Producer currently residing in Los Angeles and New York. Growing up in Australia whilst training as a Dancer and Musician throughout her adolescence, Stricker moved into studying film and photography at UTS Sydney, graduating in 2010 with a degree in Film and Bachelor of Arts. Cara’s works have been published internationally including Nowness, Interview Magazine, Dazed and Confused, Vogue, I-D Magazine, NYT, 25 Magazine, Oyster Magazine, Fader, VS Magazine, Riot of Perfume, Russh Magazine and Rolling Stone, while collaborations include Chanel, Missoni, Mother NY, Alexander Wang, Parkwood Entertainment, See Pictures & Sol Films, Terrible Records, Debbie Harry, XL Records, Matte Projects, MiLK, GAP, Fools Gold, Vogue, EMI, Siberia Records and Modular Records.

Her work has been awarded and screened internationally including Vivid Festival Australia, Colarado Flexiff International Festival, Sydney International Animation Festival, Indie Spirit Film Festival and Sugar Mountain Festival, including music performances as of late off her debut audio visual album produced with John Kirby self titled, DROOL, released on Terrible Records. Her most recent shows exhibited at the Hole NYC the last two consecutive years, including visual sound collaborations with Boots, Roger O’Donnell (the Cure). Throughout the past year, Stricker travelled and performed in Australia, LA and New York City.