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Margot is a singer, composer and classically trained violinist. She can be found in New York City singing dreamy love songs and composing for orchestras and films. Margot released her debut single Isn’t She Lovely in November of 2015. She is 1/2 of the band, The Dolls, who recently opened up for Katy Perry on the Asia leg of her Prismatic World Tour. Margot has also written and recorded string arrangements for Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Low and Sam Sparro; her string work featured on the 50 Shades of Grey trailer, and composed an original piece for the The Horseman trailer.

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A rare Angeleno native growing up through the nooks and crannies of the culturally diverse Los Angeles artistic basin, Azul pulls inspiration from contrasts in life experiences and nature. Rhythmic melodies juxtapose abstract tribal beats , sonic back-masks, and deep grooves while finding a magical through line awash in historical soul revival.

Breakout performances at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, and FORM Arcosanti., lead Azul’s introduction to a larger audience imminent with an upcoming debut EP release and a bevy of unique live performances into 2016.

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Diana Irvine is an actor and performance creative who believes in the power of authentic storytelling. She champions radical empathy, hard work and spirit in Theater, TV & Film. Diana trained at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Atlantic Theater Company, and now resides in Los Angeles.

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“You’ve probably heard the old adage that good art is the ability to take two seemingly unrelated concepts and show how they intersect. If this cliche is believed then it goes a long way toward explaining the artistic talent of Los Angeles based Creative Producer, Meagan Judkins (meaganjudkins.com).

Within minutes of stepping foot on her first set as a teenager, Meagan had realized her path.  For over ten years she has garnered a reputation for seeking out the strange, the beautiful and meaningful. She has helmed countless sets, always pushing herself and her creatives toward new paths of character driven storytelling paired with thought-provoking visuals.

Meagan started her Production company,  Fox and Leopard, in early 2016 with the continued intention of developing projects + Creatives that entice minds and push society in a forward motion.  Having lived within the worlds of fashion photography and commercial production, the last few years she has poised herself as a film producer;  her company’s independently produced feature film will make it’s public debut in early 2018.

A product of a schizophrenic upbringing, Meagan oscillated between cultural extremes: A conservative Mormon mother from Berkeley, an agnostic father from Seattle, and a Jewish Brazilian stepmother whose career in art and fashion served as a template for a young girl living a stone’s throw from the beehive itself, Brigham Young University. A sort of “army brat”, her father’s work took her from the mountains of Utah to Washington D.C., from Brazil to Paraguay, and finally to L.A., where she took root on her own before the age of 18. Meagan’s travels have exposed her to a myriad of people and communities, refining her love of diplomacy and creating a keen ability to connect and relate with a slew of different characters, a skill that motivates and exhilarates her today.

 

A disjointed upbringing can set a fire under a person, instilling in them a sort of permanent traveler status – an ability to feel at home in the strange, and see the strangeness of home. This unique point of view is the ethos of Meagan’s work.”

Natalia is a Australian portrait, fashion and beauty photographic artist. Based in Sydney floating between Paris,London and Los Angeles. Clients include Yen,Oyster,Russh,I.D,Milk and Catalogue Magazine

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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.

Soliana is an interdisciplinary artist who uses sculpture, photography video, sound, and projection. She studied English Literature at Harvard University, photography at Parsons Paris and received an MA with honors in Image and Communications from Goldsmiths. Soliana has had solo shows in London and Milan and has participated in group shows in LA, NYC, and London. Her work is concerned with corporeality and the physicality of her own body as well as that of the world and of her sculptures. She usually makes colored shapes out of resin or combines it with materials like wood, plexiglass, metal, or canvas. She has developed a very physical process to create visual motion in static pieces by pouring liquid plastic onto an inclined surface and allowing it to flow continuously until it hardens and freezes. Soliana’s work is dependent on harnessing chance, and leaving an element of each piece open to the unexpected.

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Madeline O’Moore is a dj, musician and software engineer.

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