Meet Natalie Guevara

Nat Guevara is the head of multi-platform and communications at Genius, the music media company centered on lyrics and music knowledge. Founder of The Afterglow, a forthcoming valentine to the classic New York City institutions and local haunts that are still with us. Born and raised in the tropics, but partial to cold weather. New Yorker for almost 15 years. Film lover for all her life.

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Meet Lauren Caruso

Lauren is a writer, editor, and digital consultant living in New York City's Lower East Side. She spends her days at the helm of The Zoe Report, where she manages the site's six fantastic editors, and spends her weekends finding new brunch spots, discovering new stores, and searching for white walls to use as a background for the 'gram.

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Meet Crystal Moselle

Crystal Moselle is a filmmaker best known for her debut, Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning documentary The Wolfpack, as well as her latest feature film Skate Kitchen. With a career defined by the unconventional and powered by social interactions, chance encounters and a dynamic editorial team, her life and travels routinely ask her to challenge her own perspective. Constantly in transit between reality and fantasy, she shares the habits and experiences that have brought her to her present.

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Meet Sarah Eaton

Meet NYC passerby Sarah Eaton, the Director of Media and Public Relations at the Guggenheim Museum, who has parlayed her career from the film industry to the museum world. Based on her recommendations, art and film have had an immense influence on her work and creative inspiration.

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Meet Fatima Jones

Meet NYC passerby Fatima Jones, the senior director of public relations and communications at the Apollo Theater. Growing up in New York, Fatima has grown to love and understand the power of art and culture which led to her career at prestigious and popular institutions important to this city.

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Meet Folasade Adeoso

Meet NYC Passerby Folasade Adeoso, a web designer, whose creativity extends to many other forms. Whether it is through her self-care rituals of traveling to Nigeria and Senegal or designing her own clothes, there are no boundaries to making art. Folasade's next project includes a fast casual dining experience at The Africa Center in Harlem this summer.

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