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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.

Anna Cojocari

After studying fine art and architecture, I moved from Moldova to Atlantic City, NJ to be close to the ocean. I soon realized that Atlantic City was not the beach town I imagined; I thought about heading to California. I spent most of my money on the plane ticket to LA. Read more>>

Momoko Yasunaga

Dancing was just a hobby for me and never thought about pursuing my career in dance industry or even calling myself a “dancer”. Not so many people know but I moved to LA to study cinematography and my dream was shooting music videos, movies, promotion videos with bunch of dancers. Read more>>

Rebecca Jane

Music has always been a huge part of my life. I began playing piano/organ when I was five years old and singing when I was seven. I performed in musical theater throughout high school and began working on various music projects. Read more>>

Hailin Fu

At the age of 15, all the kids, who are interested in tattooing in my neighborhood, have at least one tattoo from me. I started an advertising company after school. After a little while, I closed the company and decided to become a tattoo artist. Read more>>

Mark Hanson

I learnt from the very beginning that in order to produce figurative art in such hostile conditions you had to have a sense of defiance. What my art education gave me was the ability to fight for my own identity as a painter which has laid down the foundation for my entire art practice and career. Read more>>

Rona Rougeheart

“After being a drummer in bands, I wanted to branch out with my own music and vibe. I had decided I wanted SINE to be a band rather than ‘Rona solo’ because I like that band-family connection, having band mates to collaborate and make great music with.” Read more>>


Being able to get over fear and doubt was the hardest thing to do for me. I had to step out of my personal hinders in order to step into the modeling world with confidence. Along the way it seemed like there were little symbolic signs of reassurance that I was finally going on the right path. Read more>>

Miguel Angel Sanchez Hernandez

I love sports and Art, my favorite hobby is going to the movies, drawing and play sports such as Soccer, snowboard, gym, swimming etc. I always try to maintain my life in a balance helping my clients and having time for myself, family and friends. Read more>>

Rachel Moolkum

I flew to Los Angeles to take a one-year program in photography then worked for a year in NYC with several photographers (mainly with Justin McCallum Photography.) I currently live in Bangkok but never hesitate to travel the world. Read more>>

Spencer Stander

What makes me unique, I think, is that my art comes with a hook: most of my pieces are unique games. You might ask, “Why Games?” Well, I’ve been running a game night at a local brewery for a few years and making games that everyone there can play. Then people started to notice how cool the art was behind the games. Read more>>

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