What’s it like to move to the entertainment capital of the world? Everyone’s road to LA is different. No one’s path is ever the same. However, there can be similarities in one’s journey that can be relatable and helpful. In this first installment of LA Transplants, we meet four young artists who have transitioned from
Happy Friday everyone! Hope you all had a great week. For those new to our site, “Friday Feature” is a series that we have on our blog where we highlight something in the arts that we feel is dope and should be shared. This week we’re featuring the streetwear brand T.G.I.F. No not “Thank God
Tony Shane is a working videographer and editor based in Chicago, IL. He is the man responsible for the videos at RubyHornet and he packs an extensive and impressive resume. Through his work with RubyHornet, he has shot the likes of Bun B, Yelawolf, Rhymefest, GLC, CyHi Da Prynce and the list goes on and on.
Sean Donnelly is a well-established filmmaker and has directed music videos for Bo Burnham, MC Lars, We The Kings, and a concert film for Billy Joel. He also did the animation for the feature documentary Waiting For Superman. His commercial list is lengthy as well including AOL, Scion, VH1, MSN, and many others. Sean moved
James Eowan was kind enough to share his experiences about working in the field of documentaries and independent film. James is in charge of Operations at the distribution company, 7th Art Releasing. They have released many award winning films such as Art & Copy, Hell House, Academy Award winner The Long Way Home, Jews and
Kaleb Kern is a small town guy who grew up in a country lifestyle from Marion, Indiana. He decided to move to LA when he was in high school because of his drive and passion for wanting to work as a CGI artist. He told his parents that he would be living in California because