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Hollywood’s Thought-Provokers

LA has always had an artistic soul.  The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community.  Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive.  Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.  Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Hollywood that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

AJ Schmidt

While touring with them, we changed the male review game. It turned into a full concert production. We started performing at big places like the belco in Denver Colorado, theaters all over the country like for example the version theatre in Dallas. Read more>>

Evelyn Stommel

Since our move to LA in 2016, we’ve grown our production company from a few DSLRs and a boom mic to a full-featured production hub complete with cinema cameras, rigs, lights, lenses, audio, etc. Read more>>

Hannah Getz

The most important thing to me in my work is to, as best I can, translate the director’s vision into real images. I do it because it feels right, it can be frustrating as all heck sometimes, but it feels good to tell stories. Read more>>

Renberg, Brett Incardone, and Travis Corsaut

About a year later we recorded with Erwin Rocha of Harmony Studios and released the full-length album “Strange Times” on Volsa Entertainment / Red I Records. Our release show was held at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. Read more>>

Anthony “Tones” Gomez

Many mediums are used to display that which is at your dismay upon request which we digress the opposition nonetheless is entirely the best for every effort given is every effort received to achieve that of a dream. Read more>>

Guillermo David Noriega López

Surrounded by the most loving, and hardworking family one could ever ask for, my journey as a writer and my interest in film started when I was only ten years old. Even as a child I was amazed by how someone could craft a moving story. Read more>>

Rick Mendoza

They were my first photos. I didn’t know where to go—who would buy them? Nobody would give me any help, so I looked in the Yellow Pages and went to this celebrity agency on Melrose. “Let me see what you got there,” the guy said. Read more>>

Rajib Karmakar

I performed on All India Radio, the national radio of India, at the age of 10. I went on to win numerous competitions and was featured in many Radio and TV broadcasts across India during my teenage years. Read more>>

Ariana Tibi

From a very young age, I always had a colored pen in my hand, rhymes bopping in my head to a steady rhythm all the time. Since I was brought up in a very musical family, I thought this was normal. Read more>>

Hamish Robertson

I have intense wanderlust and try to present a strong sense of place in my compositions but also strive to present images to a viewer with a sense of quiet and isolation—something I sometimes need to best be able to fully see what’s in front of me. Read more>>

Miika Kivilo

Fashion design ended up not working out for me, so back I went to the fine arts department. Spending over 30 hours per week in my own studio on campus and having taken inspiring classes, I ended up finding my own personal style and really growing as an artist. Read more>>

Susana Felix

There wasn’t an opportunity yet for me to learn more about art. Never did any extracurricular activities due to money. That is until I began High School, and took my first Art class. Read more>>

Chloe Tang

I am fully self-started. I have been fortunate enough to have a lot of help from people around me, but ultimately I have built what I have because I took the risk and started getting to know people who could book me for local shows. Read more>>

Rebecca Kessin

Something I love about my field, especially in Los Angeles, is how much your career can evolve over time. I am a theatrical sound designer, but I have also worked in broadcast, themed environment, educational theatre, and beyond. I’ve designed in huge LORT houses, and tiny fifty seat venues. Read more>>

Melanie Vesey

After some time to heal, I returned to the stage and started doing stand-up comedy. I cut my teeth performing regularly at the World Famous Comedy Store and around LA. After a lot of hard work, my comedy special Wild Animal will be available to watch on Revry TV and to listen to as an album on Spotify. Read more>>

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