Who is Anna Wolf? 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.
Joy was born in Marion, Iowa,USA. She started designing in Brooklyn, NYC in 2000. With no formal training in fashion design, she started creating one of a kind hand-painted/hand-sewn t-shirts and re-designing old prom dresses. She met Karen O in 2001 and the aspiring singer soon became her favorite model. As the Yeah Yeah Yeahs began playing shows Joy designed a fresh outfit for each occasion. As the band's fame grew so did Joy's reputation and, in Sep 2002, she mounted a solo show Brat Style during NYC Fashion week.
As the Yeah Yeah Yeahs achieved international success Joy was able to pursue her designing work full time.
In 2007 her costume designs were featured at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London as part of the New York Fashion Now exhibit.
In 2008 Joy took on dressing UK band The Klaxons persuading them to give up their trademark neon outfits. She collaborated with TopShop on three limited-edition collections, and released her first personal ready-to-wear garments.
Born in Minneapolis. Graduated from Hampshire College where getting kicked out of a writing class and accepted into a photography class on the same day changed his fate. Degree in hand, he switched gears and played in bands. Moved to Los Angeles in 2001 and pursued photography full time. Commissioned by Paper, Spin, Swindle, enRoute, ESPN, Dwell, XXL, Out, Rolling Stone, Foam, The Journal, Arkitip, and Fortune. Commercial gigs include American Standard, Activision, Blu Dot, Clearwire, Dell, PACSUN, Stussy, Target, and Virgin Mobile. Co-curated shows for new artists at the Jeff Electric Gallery. Own work shown at the Nicole Dintaman Gallery, Hollywood and Highland, Gallery 1269, Fluxco Gallery, The Jeff Electric Gallery, Little Bird, Meter Gallery, Subliminal Projects, Space 15twenty, The Ace Hotel and Soo Visual Arts Center amongst others. First book published by Gingko Press entitled "Seven Years with Atmosphere and Rhymsayers" in December of 2010. Counts Prince among his many inspirations including Nan Goldin, Phillip Lorcia De Corcia, and Joan Jett. Is lost without a daily espresso. Respects true collaboration and a let’s make it happen despite the insanity kind of work ethic. Also respects lemon poppy seed scones, the song “Dreamweaver”, and Clifton’s Cafeteria at 7th and Broadway in downtown LA. He says not to ask. Just to go.Directing Credits Include: Virgin Mobile, Blood is the New Black, Valerj Pabega, and The Icarus Line
His background in directing brings strong storytelling to his photography and his love of film, painting, graphic design and music, also greatly influences his pictures. His most significant sources of inspiration comes from researching and exploring other cultures and landscapes. These cultural experiences are what make up the travel imagery and photo essays he has had published in CITY magazine, Communication Arts, PDN and National Geographic among others.
His commercial work remains focused on still life and food. He has experience with fashion accessories editorial, brand look books, catalogs and e-commerce and has recently finished photographing his second cookbook. He is currently shooting his third for Artisan Books out late 2013 that centers on the lifestyles and symbiotic relationship between the farmers at Kinderhook Farm in Ghent, NY and the butchers at The Meat Hook butcher shop in Brooklyn.
Hannah Stouffer is an American artist and illustrator living and working in Los Angeles, CA. Born in Aspen, CO, daughter to wildlife cinematographer Marty Stouffer of 'Wild America' and wife Diane. Stouffer is best known for her intricately executed imagery and shadowy ethereal themes, a mix of macabre metaphysics and cerebral decoration. Stouffer has maintained a strong presence in the commercial illustration world while simultaneously exhibiting her work as a fine artist. Her watercolor and ink work has been commissioned for high profile clients, including Nike, Christian Dior, The North Face, American Express, Vans, Disney, The New York Times, Microsoft, NPR and IBM. Her work has been animated to create motion graphics for GREE, Lipton and rapper Ludacris and she has been the creative hand behind multiple international campaigns. With her first show at the Aspen Art Museum, Stouffer has exhibited at galleries and museums worldwide, including the Japanese American National Museum and the Dallas Museum of Art, exploring her ever-ending pursuit of illustrating explosive emotional transcendence. In 2010 Stouffer was chosen to be a juror for the Art Directors Club of Houston in Texas and has continued to branch out into teachings and lectures since. As a artist, she has been recognized internationally, being featured in publications including Computer Arts Projects Magazine, IDN, Communication Arts and Living Proof, and has curated 2 internationally distributed art books through Gingko Press, Juxtapoz New Contemporary and Juxtapoz Psychedelic. Since 2011 Stouffer has contributed as curator, art writer and editor for leading contemporary art publication Juxtapoz Magazine and Juxtapoz.com and will continue to lend her creative hand and mind into the world of contemporary art, illustration and the vast possibilities that await.
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.
Who is Jimmy Marble? He is a director and photographer based in Los Angeles and New York City who's leading interests are color and optimism. He got his start directing in Los Angeles in 2010 by helping launch Flaunt Magazine's Flaunt TV channel where he remains on the masthead while simultaneously directing his own narrative shorts. His photography began to develop as a way to satiate his creative appetite between film projects, and before he knew it he had an instragam following reaching nearly 30k people. His short films and music videos have been featured on websites like Devour, Pitchfork, The Fader, it's Nice That, and Boing Boing, while his commercial work has been featured by adweek and the FWA. His short films have also screened at the Atlanta Film Festival, St. Louis International Film Festival, Oxford Film Festival, and the Hollyshorts Film Festival.
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.
THIERRY VAN BIESEN
Beirut born. Studied math and sociology. Got bored with facts and figures and bought a camera from an old girlfriend’s brother. Moved to New York to pursue a career in pictures. Learned to see from the likes of Sarah Moon and Arthur Elgort. Found his passion then moved back to Beirut to find his roots. Wishes to infuse the world with optimism and happinesss, one visual at a time. Was feeling European so moved to Brussels, then London, then Paris. Inspired by everyone from Nikki de Saint Phalle to Moebius to Guy Bourdin. Seeing the world helped him see the world. Will never stop creating. Now divides time between New York and Paris, stills and moving images and then some. Tireless and fearless boundary pusher, storyteller, and visual linguist. Lives in his own truth and is quite happy there. Has also hung out in the Valley of Fire with the whole troupe from Cirque de Soleil.
Directing credits include: Van Cleef & Arpels, Guerlain