Born and raised in southern California, Anna Wolf loves the sun and warm weather. After graduating from Art Center College of Design, she spent a year in Mexico City, learning spanish and taking pictures. Anna now splits her time between Los Angeles and New York, shooting for a variety of advertising and editorial clients.
With a diverse background that includes formal training in music, photography, design and directing, Greg brings specificity and a multidisciplinary awareness to his photography. His strong sense of story, design, character, lighting and composition stem from years spent collaborating with set, costume and lighting designers on visual works in the theater. Greg synthesized theater craft and photographic technique to develop a unique style for creating commercial still life and motion works that are graphic, colorful and dynamic. Greg believes that regardless of a projects time and technical challenges, a creative approach focused on process rather than results, allows a team to develop the best visual solution that articulates a clients message and the specific character of a brand's identity.
Clients include: Target, Madewell, Warby Parker, Shinola, Kate Spade, J.Crew, Harry's, PERCH, Samsung, Ogilvy & Mather, Mother, Partners and Spade, McCann Erickson, Mullen Lowe, BBH, 360i, Fahrenheit212, Amazon, Henry Bendel, Conde Nast Traveler, Brides and Martha Stewart Living.
His pictures have been published in Communication Arts, National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveler, The New York Times, Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Bon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal, DuJour and in countless online outlets.
Greg attended Duke University, The New World School of the Arts and The North Carolina School of the Arts where he received his bachelor's degree in directing.
Born in the Bronx. Childhood formed by an obsession with dioramas and a love for the Museum of Natural History. Got a journalism degree at NYU. Paris called after college. Shelved journalism and wrote postcards instead. Stayed in the City of Light for six years and fell into fashion. Moved back to New York to make large scale dioramas and began a career in set design. Dioramas aside, he thanks his journalism studies for making him an acute observer of culture, inspiration, and visual details that lend to his craft. Feels most comfortable collaborating and entering a new world each day. Has been called on to create everything from ice caves to mini paper cities. Media agnostic and works in everything from kraft paper to cashmere, and from chic to cheap. He spreads his unique point of view not only in his set design and installation work, but also as an art director, illustrator, stop motioneer, and paper artist.
Jimmy Marble is an award-winning director, photographer, and designer based in beautiful Los Angeles, California. He got his start directing in 2010 by helping launch Flaunt Magazine's Flaunt TV channel while simultaneously making his first narrative shorts. His photography began to develop as a way to stay busy between film projects, and began to attract attention from all corners of the internet for their unique compositions and humorous but not too humorous moods. Jimmy's commercial clients include Coca-Cola, Nike, Android, TK Maxx, HP, Apple, among others. Currently Jimmy is in the midst of a yearlong project called Fudge Monthly, a 16 page monthly photographic magazine featuring his newest photos, as well as developing a web series based on his new short film End of Babes. His mother-in-law describes him as having a mile wide smile.
Jon Burgerman is a UK born, NYC based artist instigating improvisation and play through drawing and spectacle. He is a purveyor of doodles and is often credited and referenced as the leading figure in the popular 'Doodle' art style.
His work oscillates somewhere between fine art, urban art and pop-culture, using humour to reference and question his contemporary milieu. His is a pervasive and instantly recognisable aesthetic that exists across a multitude of forms including canvases, large scale murals (indoor and outside), sculpture, toys, apparel, design, print and people (as tattoos and temporary drawings).
Burgerman studied Fine Art at The Nottingham Trent University, graduating in 2001 with First Class Honours. In 2008 his 300 page monograph entitled 'Pens Are My Friends' was published by IdN, collating the first 7 years of his professional career. In the same year Jon appeared on the seminal BBC TV show Blue Peter to create a mural 'doodle' live on set. This along with many international brand collaborations (including Nike, New Era, Sony, Puma, Pepsi, Levis, MTV), exhibitions and events around the world (including the Southbank Centre London, Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona, Neurotitan Berlin, 798 District Beijing, Madre Museum, Naples) and a series of collectable vinyl toys, (including 'The Heroes of Burgertown', produced by Kidrobot), helped introduce Burgermans work into the public consciousness.
Performance, intervention and actively engaging, often directly, with an audience has been prominent within the evolution of his practise. Burgerman created a pop-art band entitled Anxieteam, having never been in a band or wrote music or lyrics before. The band, during their 4 year duration, signed an independent record deal, released an album and singles, performed in America, across the UK, Germany and Italy, and were played on, amongst other stations, prime time BBC Radio 1.
Burgerman now regularly performs at events, conferences and universities around the world, (including FITC, OFFF Festival, SVA School of Visual Arts, Nuart Norway, NYU, FIT New York, Red Dot Design Museum Singapore, Offset Dublin) delivering keynote lectures and running creative workshops. His works include a focus on what he calls 'quiet interventions', where subtle, often cheap, nonpermanent actions drastically (and sometimes comically) alter the reading of a signifier, object or situation. It's Burgerman's belief that through these playful, creative acts, Art can act as an agent to change the world, by being the catalysis to allow people to change their worlds.
Justin Chung is a photographer based in Los Angeles. Originally from San Francisco, CA, he began pursuing a career in photography while finishing his graduate studies in public health. Justin’s approach to his photography is to keep things as natural and honest as possible, focusing on capturing a moment.
Aside from his commercial assignments, Justin began documenting creative people as a personal fulfillment. Through his fashion work, he has met talented creatives – from stylists to painters – and over time began to know each of them. As he got a glimpse into their personal life, he ended up becoming intrigued by the worlds they had created for themselves, and the processes they utilized to be most effective at their crafts.
Justin found these studio visits and photo essays to be a perfect escape from his commercial work. Further, it put him in the position of storyteller and pushed him creatively, which gave him a different type of freedom with regards to his photography.
His first book, Faculty Department, is a collection of photography essays that focuses on the lives, spaces, and stories of noteworthy individuals worldwide. Faculty Department is a hardcover, limited-run book, self-published in December 2014, and is distributed by powerHouse Books.
His client and projects include J. Crew, Club Monaco, Penguin, Fossil, Norse Projects, Procter & Gamble and Cereal Magazine. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three dogs, Buddha, Matzah and Hobbes.
Mike Perry is a designer and artist working in numerous media: books, magazines, films, newspapers. He draws, paints, and illustrates. He animates. He cuts, pastes, and builds. He creates sculpture projects and installations. He crafts limited-edition silkscreen posters as well as large-scale ad campaigns. He curates books and monographs. He can be enlisted to design Mike Perry originals for display at home or office. He gets lost in pattern and wants you to get lost with him, too. He wants to mesmerize and awaken you through his constellations of line, form, shape, color, idea. Mike Perry art-directs, designs books, and paints portraits. He wants your eyes to dance, and your mind and mojo along with them. He writes children's books and has been invited to contribute to literary magazines. Black-and-whites, muted colors, neons, shades of purple, images enchanting and cacophonous: Liftoff. He brands and has a helluva beard. He teaches. He writes the Twitter feed himself. And, yes, he does online giveaways. Have you seen his Tumblr? He's working on a cooking show. He's made T-shirts and Nike shoes. His appetite for collaboration and creation are omnivorous. His curiosity and creative aspiration are boundless. If you want to work with him, buy something from him, commission him, interview him, then the line, so to speak, is open. He's just like that. The possibilities are endless. Perry is originally from Kansas City, Missouri. His creative adventure began at age 13 when his grandfather a painter himself gave him a tackle box full of paint. From then on, it has been one canvas, silkscreen, notebook page, paper, and poster print after another. Perry went to Minneapolis College of Art and Design for a degree in graphic design, and his first job was designing for Urban Outfitters where he worked for 3 years.