Ariel is an Illustrator and Art Director based in her native Los Angeles, CA. Influenced by an upbringing in salty water, comic books, cars and punk, her work comes together through texture, bold shapes and humor.
Sarah is an independent producer, championing personal films with unique worldviews. She is a graduate of NYU’s Cinema Studies program and has a Master’s Degree in Media Management from The New School. Her work has been shown at Sundance, SXSW, Atlanta Film Festival, and ITVS.
Stephanie Danler is a writer and the author of the National Bestseller Sweetbitter, now available in Paperback from Vintage Contemporaries. She holds an MFA from The New School and her work has appeared in The Sewanee Review, Travel + Leisure, Vogue, and The Paris Review.
Tabitha Denholm is a VMA-nominated music video director and creative director for Florence & the Machine for her past three albums. She is the founder of Women Under the Influence and a frequent contributor to the Dazed, Ch4, I-D and Nowness.
Jordan is a taxidermist, Virgo, and collector of old treasures. Born and raised in Los Angeles, she studied comic arts, footwear, and textiles at the University of Chicago and currently lives in Highland Park with her cat, Touch Pizza.
Glynn Connolly grew up in Northern California and has lived in Los Angeles for the past 12 years. She runs the accessories brand Essex LA. When she’s not working, she is usually running, cooking, or road-tripping around California.
Cassie was born in Maputo, Mozambique to a native mother and American Father. She briefly studied Cinematography at Academy of Arts in San Francisco. Cassie has lived and worked in New York City, but she is currently an art director/curator based in Los Angeles, CA.
Angela Kohler is an advertising photographer and commercial director in Los Angeles, where she is one half of Angela & Ithyle, the studio she runs with her husband. She gave birth to her baby boy three days before the publication of this feature.
Natalie is a Los Angeles-based freelance photographer. Specializing in portraits and fashion photography, Natalie is interested in the legacy of American road trip photography, self-portraiture, and the ability to create a feminine language through imagery.
Jeni is the co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of frilly, an e-commerce site that specializes in customizable fashion. Born and raised in Boston, she now lives in n Downtown LA with her dog, Toby, in a loft where she loves to host dinner parties for her friends.
LA-based Whitney Fierce got her start as a DJ in the basements and on the runways of NYC, and has since toured the world to play some of the most massive venues, clubs, festivals, and events. She recently released two EPs, and has more on the way.
A Los Angeles based editorial and commercial photographer specializing in lifestyle, travel and interiors. Her ongoing passion for aesthetics and storytelling, combined with years of studying portraiture and landscapes, have helped Jessie create her distinct style.
Nada is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor, by way of Toronto, and the author of Future You, a collection of short fiction. By day, she manages editorial for Society6, a print-on-demand marketplace for 200k artists.
Born and raised in São Paulo, Mariana is creative consultant based in Los Angeles. She founded Communal in 2013 as a way to integrate her skills as Creative Consultant and Arts and Cultural Producer with her mindfully aware point of view.
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Julia was one of the female music and art collective GIRLCORE. She has relocated to LA where she works as a freelance photographer and creative researcher for advertising, films and music videos.
A web designer and digital entrepreneur at heart, Puno is the Founder of ilovecreatives, a platform connecting creatives working that slashie life and PeopleMap.co, an Instagram tool where you can strategically build an organic community.
Tuesday is an award-winning illustrator from Lincoln, Nebraska. She owns an online store as well as a sister store called Friend Mart in LA's Chinatown where she sells illustrations in the form of prints, patches, and pins.