ERIC FEIGENBAUM is a screenwriter, director, and composer. He is currently writing for the tv series “High Fidelity” (Disney) starring Zoë Kravitz, as well as developing two feature film projects from original scripts.
He has directed music videos for Charles Bradley, Ash, and MOTHXR.
His commercial work as a director and editor includes films, ad content, and installation pieces for MAC Cosmetics, Living Proof, Fusion Beauty and Ouidad.
Before co-founding Remedial Media with his wife and partner Jessie English, he spent the vast majority of his professional existence in music as a producer, musician, and engineer for David Lee Roth, Living Colour, Passion Pit, and Spectrum Road.
JESSIE ENGLISH is an Australian born photographer, visual artist, producer and co-founder of Remedial Media. English holds an MFA from Parsons The New School and she maintains practices across contemporary art, curation, cinematography, and production. Her work has been exhibited in New York, London, Nashville, Sydney, Berlin and Malmo, Sweden.
Jessie English’s photographic practice began in wet process darkrooms with a focus on alternative and vintage techniques and both colour and black and white master printing. Over the years she has developed a unique style of contemporary photography, beauty retouching, and filmmaking that is heavily informed by her early days in the darkroom.
English’s editorial work has appeared in Refinery29, New York Mag, The Cut, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Oyster, Vogue.com, Black, Yen, Acclaim, T-World and InStyle Australia. Her advertising clients include H&M, Lord & Taylor, Living Proof, Inez, Clean Beauty Collective and Argent.
PETE MOSES is a New York based cinematographer, whose background in music composition, production, and performance informs his approach to filmmaking. He can be found shooting all manner of narrative and commercial work, bringing a soulful, lyrical sensibility, and obsessive attention to detail to every project.
THOM KERR is an Australian photographer known for his colorful experimentation, merging realms of fashion photography and fine art. Challenging the conventional approach and defined aesthetics of the magazine market, he produces images that are bold and forward thinking.
Kerr, who has shot the likes of Iggy Azalea, Tyra Banks and Kimbra, has an international audience, with editorial and advertising commissions from Europe, Asia, and Central and North America including primary client Warner Bros Music. Kerr’s work has shown in Italy, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. He is the founding editor of Laud Magazine.
Read his recent interview with The Fashion Advocate.
SHAYAN ASGHARNIA (b. 1989) is an editorial and advertising photographer. Born in Iran, raised in Texas, he currently lives and works between Los Angeles and New York. His dynamic body of work shows a visceral and adventurous spirit behind the lens, rendering subjects that look larger than life in their own unique moment.
He has shot the likes of Lady Gaga, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Forest Whitaker, Rami Malek, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Combs, Nicole Kidman, Emily Blunt, Mark Wahlberg, Neil Patrick Harris and his work has appeared in Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Wired, Esquire, ESPN Magazine, People Magazine, Inc., Variety, WWD, Allure, Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, Empire Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, Footwear News, DGA Quarterly, Forbes, Bon Appétit, Neiman Marcus, Modelo, Spinelli Kilcollin, Wanda Nylon, Macy's, Target, Warner Music, Columbia Records, Okayplayer, LatinWorks, La Marzocco.
JIMMY GIANNOPOULOS is an American performing artist, producer, and composer best known as one-third of Lolawolf, the Brooklyn-based pop project fronted by Zoë Kravitz. Giannopoulos produced the band’s debut LP, Calm Down, which was released on Innit Recordings. Calm Down is the follow-up to Lolawolf’s critically acclaimed five-song debut EP released in early 2014, which Pitchfork described as "surging electronic pop" and Neon Gold called: "a perfect piece of distinctive, melody-driven, back-to-the-future synth candy.” Lolawolf tours frequently and furiously, and has opened for Miley Cyrus and Lily Allen.
In addition to his work in Lolawolf, Giannopoulos produces, writes for, and/or plays in a seemingly countless list of excellent bands, including (but not limited to) Reputante (whose debut EP, Oceanside, out on Julian Casablancas’ Cult Records), MOTHXR (with Penn Badgley -- Washington Square and Kitsuné) and "G" (featuring the delightful Genevieve -- hear it on Stereogum).
When he's not doing all that (aka, when any normal person would be sleeping) Giannopoulos is also a screenwriter, director, and maker of frequently hilarious Instagram videos.
KATE TUCKER is a Nashville-based performing artist, songwriter, producer and filmmaker. She is co-founder of BriteHeart, whose mission is to engage, connect and empower citizens for positive change through artivism and civic participation.
Called “admirably ambitious” by Huffington Post, Tucker enlisted the collaborative energy of filmmakers, musicians, visual artists and choreographers from Akron, New York, Seattle, Nashville and LA to create The Shape The Color The Feel, a visual album that includes ten music videos, two short films, an art exhibition and a forthcoming documentary.
Tucker’s experience producing music videos of her own brought her to fashion and film, producing projects for Conde Nast, Moving Studio, Nicole Kidman and Karen Elson. Tucker is currently directing the feature-length documentary Comeback Evolution about the life and work of Walter Delbridge, a 72 year-old poet living with schizophrenia.
Kate Tucker has won “Best Score” and “Best Picture” awards for her acting and composing work on the feature film Everything Went Down, and has participated in various film festivals including Sundance, TIFF, and Stony Brook, where in addition to performing with her band, she has spoken on the intersection of film and music.
In 2006, Tucker started Red Valise Recordings, the boutique imprint that releases her solo work along with that of her band, Sons of Sweden. Her songs have been featured on network and cable television, feature films, video games, and college and commercial radio.
2018 brought the release of Practical Sadness, a solo LP Tucker released on vinyl and a US tour to back it up. “You Belong to Love” is the first single Kate’s released in 2019, premiering on the new show WAYNE. The KT Record Club will release a song a month throughout the next year.
BECCA GILMARTIN is an Australian-born makeup artist whose aesthetic spans the full spectrum of natural beauty to body art. ABIA’s ‘Makeup Artist of the Year’, Gilmartin has been described as “Australia’s own Pat McGrath of intricate Body Art." Her work has been featured in Vogue Italia, i-D online, Black Mag, RUSSH, Vulkan, Oyster, Helmet, and Makeup Artist Magazine. She has been nominated for the Moran Art Prize for her work with Patrick Fileti and Thor Elia.
Gilmartin is a regular guest speaker on the international stages of IMATS, Salon Melbourne, Sydney Beauty Expo, AH&M Trade Show and has appeared on Channel 7's The Morning Show. As a qualified educator, she is a frequent guest speaker at Australia's leading makeup schools, touring with her unique course, Makeup Artist Bootcamp. As founder of The Green Brush Project, Gilmartin is committed to maintaining a support network for Australian makeup artists which for her includes being the Creative Director of The Face2Face Makeup Awards in Sydney since 2013.
Becca works with talents such as Kimbra, Dannii Minogue, Tara Moss, Antonia Kidman, Martin Short, Angus Stone, Sarah Blasko, Missy Higgins, Sophie Monk, The Presets, Lisa Mitchell, Ella Hooper, Gracie Otto, Barry Otto and has been commissioned to work on Australia’s "Dancing with the Stars" and the 2013, 2014 season of X Factor with Makeup and Body Art.
IAN STRANGE is a Western Australian visual artist residing in Brooklyn, New York.
Strange’s work draws on his experience growing up in suburban Perth, articulating his own conflicted relationship with the suburbs and exploring broader issues of disenfranchisement within the built environment. His practice includes painting, film, photography, sculpture, installation and site-specific interventions.
Strange emerged as a significant figure in the global street-art movement of the early 2000s. He has since held successful solo exhibitions on the Bowery NYC, at the National Gallery of Victoria and the Canterbury Museum, New Zealand. Strange participated in the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia with a large sculptural installation on the forecourt of the gallery. His work has been featured in numerous publications including OSMOS Magazine, Dazed and Confused Magazine, Artist Profile, Artlink, Art Almanac, Vault, The Australian, The Financial Review and Oyster Magazine. Watch a clip from his short film Suburban.