Flanegan B.

Flanegan B is a Professional Photographer specialize in Portraiture Commercial and Editorial Photography. Spent half of his career in Melbourne, Australia and Tokyo, Japan. Currently based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Lecrae

Lecrae Devaughn Moore (born October 9, 1979), mononymously known as Lecrae, is an American Christian hip hop recording artist, songwriter, record producer, and actor. He is the president, co-owner and co-founder of the independent record label Reach Records, and the co-founder and president of the non-profit organization ReachLife Ministries. To date, he has released seven studio albums and three mixtapes as a solo artist, and has released three studio albums, a remix album, and one EP as the leader of the hip hop group 116 Clique. He produced much of his earlier material along with other early Reach Records releases. Lecrae, in reference to his label as a Christian rapper, has stated that his music is just hip hop, though it reflects his Christian faith. In May 2016, Lecrae signed to Columbia Records in a joint deal between his label and Columbia.

Yehuda Devir

My name is Yehuda Adi Devir, illustrator and graphic designer. I graduated with B.Des in Visual Communication at Bezalel, Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. These days I live in Tel Aviv with my wife who is also an illustrator and graphic designer. In my blog, I describe our life together with comic illustrations. I do mostly illustrations projects such as posters, comics, Illustrations for magazines, characters design, illustration for clothing, book illustration, logos and other commissions works.

Daren Lee

Daren Lee (born Lee Choong Man; 27th October 1974) is a Malaysian actor, celebrity model, commercial talent, and an entrepreneur. Born in Ipoh, Perak, Daren Lee first worked as an engineer for a Swiss company for 10 years before he decided to quit his daytime job and started working full time as a professional freelance fashion model and a commercial talent. Daren gained media and social attention on account of modeling and his noteworthy TV commercials and print advertisements across the Asian market. The combination of his work ethic, vibrant personality, and significant look quickly won the modeling and commercial world over and it wasn't long before Daren appeared in countless Malaysian publications. In 2012, Daren had his first big break in the local film for a featured role as "Joni Hitam" in the movie "Dampak" directed by Lai Yuk, an action film genre. Daren starred alongside Malaysian A-list stars Aaron Aziz and Farid Kamil. Soon after his success as a breakout actor, numerous movie roles has since been offered.

Azim Puch

Azim would like to think that photography is about capturing those special moments. Not only that, he loves capturing the emotions and traditions of the special day and all the details weddings entirely. Azim truly understands the importance of the wedding day and the responsibilities of the wedding photographer.

Fad Manaf

"I love what I am doing now and I enjoyed life. I also loved to travel and the pictures chosen for my small portfolio belong to this side of my photographic life"

TTFGA

Born and raised in Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Ridduan Ismail has garnered a strong social media following for his simple yet impactful photography. Ridduan has also curated two successful exhibitions of his work, 'Banjir' and 'The Accessories Story' and has major plans to expand his photography work to fashion editorials. He is also currently working on producing his own clothing line.

Chris Do

Chris Do is the founder and CEO of brand strategy design consultancy Blind. Founded in 1995, Blind is a pioneer of Motion Design. Today, Blind continues in the tradition of excellence by bringing a world class team of strategists, designers, film makers, writers and animators to create truly memorable video content.Blind's work has garnered 2 Emmys, 3 Clios, multiple Gold/Silver BDA awards, MTv VMA, D&AD pencil, Telly, Addy Gold, Effie, ADC and One Show awards along with being featured in national and international festivals and publications such as Communication Arts, I.D., LA Weekly, Creatie, New York Film Festival, Type Director's Club, Stash, How and Print.

Joe Connor

Joe trained as a theatre director at the Central School of Speech and Drama, where he went on to direct visual oddities across Europe with his theatre company Parrot {in the} Tank. A job as a 35mm projectionist led him to turn his distinctly surreal and creative hand to directing films, music videos and commercials, earning him a place on the shortlist at Cannes Lions and Soho Rushes in 2011 and 2012.

Gavin James

A smooth-falsettoed singing songwriter from Ireland, Gavin James began playing the guitar at age eight and performing live regularly in his late teens. His first release, the EP Say Hello, was an Internet hit in his homeland in 2012, and the charting title track won Song of the Year from Meteor Choice Music Prize. In 2014, he signed with Capitol Records and released a full-length live album, Live at Whelans, which featured James performing solo with only an acoustic guitar. It charted in the Netherlands and Ireland, where it hit the Top 20. In the spring of 2015, he appeared on U.S. television's Dancing with the Stars and released a four-track EP titled For You. Later that year, he was invited to open for chart-toppers Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith on their respective tours, and released singles including "Bitter Pill" from his full-length studio debut of the same name. Essentially a studio version of Live at Whelans with just two new songs, Bitter Pill was released in March of 2016.

Francesca Liberatore

Designer Francesca Liberatore graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2007 and immediately went to work for some of the world’s most celebrated design houses including Viktor & Rolf, Jean Paul Gaultier and Brioni. In 2009 Liberatore stepped out on her own and launched her namesake label. She also won Italy’s prestigious Next Generation competition, which earned her a runway show during Milan Fashion Week. Both Francesca and the collection were an immediate hit. Liberatore was quickly embraced by the fashion world and referred to as an “enfant prodige”. She has shown in some of the world’s most celebrated cities including Paris, London, Tokyo, Canton, New York, Seoul, Berlin, Warsaw, Shanghai, Seoul and many more.  Her work has been installed in the Museo della Permanente in Milan and the Edieuropa Gallery in Rome.

Tony Anderson

Tony Anderson is an American born composer for film and television. Anderson was born in 1986 in Fort Lauderdale Florida among a family of 7. Musically, he failed as a classical pianist - not able to sustain the pace of lessons and study. Influenced by the birth of house music and electronica, Tony began experimenting with digital sequencing in 1999 when given a family computer. His love and fascination in sequencing birthed sounds which caught the attention of independent filmmakers in the midwest United States where Anderson was attending university. The electronic and orchestral blend of Tony's sound (influenced by composers such as Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams and Hybrid) led to the scoring of many independent films which has allowed him to learn the emotional complexities of film composing. Today, Anderson works in his studio (based in Lexington, KY) and continues to write music for independent films, advertisements, television shows and other media. His sound can be described as a delicate and emotive blend of electrocinema; a modern approach to moving viewers in moments of subtlety.

Scott Schuman

Scott Schuman began The Sartorialist to create a two-way dialogue about the world of fashion and its relationship to daily life. In addition to Schuman's street style photography that initiated his blog's popularity, The Sartorialist continues to grow, layering front row runway coverage, style profiles, book features and vintage photographs upon its captivating cultural documentation.

Tim O’Brien

Tim O'Brien 5' 9" Middleweight Right Handed Illustrator, Father, Husband, Professor of Illustration at Pratt Insititute and The University of the Arts. President of the Society of Illustrators. Open for Business.

Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts is an internationally renowned vocal artist/ beatboxer/ musician/ comedian who wows audiences with his live performances which are 100% improvised. Using his formidable voice, looping pedals, and his vast imagination, Reggie blends and blurs the lines between music and comedy. No two performances are the same and to that end, “genius” is the word most often used to describe Reggie Watts. LA Weekly crowned him “the most wildly inventive new talent of the past five years” while New York Magazine hailed Reggie as “Spectacularly original,” Rolling Stone featured him as “Hot Comedian,” SPIN named him as “Best New Comedian” and the LA Times praised Reggie is “a superstar.”

Ali Holder

Through a variety of genres, collaborators, instruments and experiences there is one constant in Ali Holder’s music: her unforgettable voice. Rooted in country yet dabbling in everything from jazz to rhythm and blues, Holder’s poignant alto commands attention and holds fast through a full array of emotions in her expansive catalogue. Whether it’s Drinking Double, selected as one of Daytrotter’s top 100 songs of 2013, or the rambunctious Falling Up, chances are good Holder has a song to suit your mood. Fresh off the release of her first full-length album, In Preparation For Saturn’s Return, Holder spent 2014 supporting what No Depression called an “addictive opening” and the Austin Chronicle deemed a “convincing” debut with a showcase at the South By Southwest music festival and a nation-wide tour. In her fourth straight year of touring Holder explored collaborations with Little Brave, Daniel Thomas Phipps and others while sharing her music with concertgoers across the country, gaining new followers from Wyoming to Massachusetts and everywhere in between. After spending the year on the road, Holder decamped to a ranch in South Texas for a period of isolation and to write a fresh batch of songs for this year’s newest offering, which is expected to release in the early Fall. And in case you missed her whirlwind tour don’t fret, Holder will be back on stage in 2015 sharing her light and love with music fans everywhere.

Wang Tao

She launched her namesake brand, Taoray Wang, she brings her collection to a global audience of women who appreciate refined tailoring, sophisticated silhouettes and luxurious fabrics. After graduating from East China Normal University, Wang Tao trained at Japan Tokyo Mode Gakuen, where she was awarded five international fashion awards. From there, Wang Tao headed the studio for Junko Koshino, the highly acclaimed Japanese designer. Wang Tao was recruited as Chief Designer for a women’s wear brand in London. Recognized for her skills, Wang Tao became Creative Director and CEO for broadcast:bo, a wildly successful Chinese women’s label. Over the past decade, Wang Tao has grown from an aspiring designer to one of Asia’s most successful female entrepreneurs. Her goal for her namesake brand is to create collections that independent, international women will be drawn to. The collection debuted at New York Fashion Week in September 2014 to accolades from both retailers and media. The Taoray Wang showroom is set to open in 2016 in New York City.

Nadia J. Mahfix

Nadia J. Mahfix is a self-taught photographer from Kuala Lumpur. With a passion in photography and rock music, Nadia has been photographing the local music scene for years. When she is not shooting music gig, Nadia experiments with fine-art photography. Nadia had been part of several group exhibitions such as 'Beyond Our City : Lights & Myths,' (2010) organized by Goethe-Institut, 'DATUM: KL – reViewKL,' (2011) organized by Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM), 'The Two Mountains Photo Project,' (2014) a joint-exhibition of Malaysian and Japanese photographers, 'Perso(na); an investigation into self,' (2015) and the most recent one being 'Khabar dan Angin; an Excurcus on Faith' organized by Projek Dialog and funded by the High Commission of Canada. Nadia was made finalist at the prestigious Asian Women Photographer Showcase, and had the opportunity to exhibit her series 'Ghosts from the past', (2015) at the Objectifs Centre of Photography in Singapore. In addition, Nadia has self-published a photobook, 'Is This The [n]?' (2014) and sold-out all 80 copies available. Currently, Nadia continues to work on her personal practise in Kuala Lumpur.

James Gallagher

James Gallagher uses collage to investigate human form and personal identity. His work has been exhibited in galleries around the world and featured in publications such as The Lab Magazine, Elephant Magazine, unFlop Paper and NYArts. His images have appeared in numerous books from Die Gestalten Verlag, including the 2010 title Cutting Edges: Contemporary Collage which Gallagher co-edited. Over the past decade he has curated numerous international collage exhibition and is the publisher, editor and creative director of the contemporary art magazine Secret Behavior which launched to much acclaim in 2013. Gallagher earned a BFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York City. In addition to creating and curating art, Gallagher is the Creative Director for the Museum of Sex in NYC and an Instructor at Parsons the New School for Design. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three children.

Ryan Booth

Ryan Booth is a former audio engineer and photographer who, on a whim, entered and won a short film contest sponsored by Canon and Vimeo in the Fall of 2010. The final film premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and launched Ryan’s career as both a Director and Director of Photography. Since then, he has shot extensively for Universal Records, Sony/BMG, Atlantic Records, Capitol Records, MTV & VH1, (new) MySpace, as well as numerous commercial clients including Spotify, Samsung, and Under Armour. PDN Magazine recently named Ryan as one of the “20 Filmmakers to Watch in 2015.” Ryan currently resides in Texas with his wife and two daughters and is currently developing his first feature as Director.