Creator & artistic dirECTOR
Brad is a fine artist, working in large-scale figurative oil, specializing in the human form. He has a passion for faces - humans and animals. He’s always been one to embrace emerging Tech and figuring out how it could be incorporated into his work while staying rooted in the old mediums.
Art of Everyone - There is a translation by all parties that takes on its own unique personality. Often, painting is a solitary endeavor. Brad has brought collaboration into painting by including people that may or may not have artistic ability, creating a performance art piece that has never been done.
Shawn is a live performance fanatic with hundreds under his belt. He loves them and attends a couple on a weekly basis whenever possible. To pay for all of these event tickets, Shawn has worked extensively in the world of marketing. From Event Management and Promotions to Advertising and Digital Content, he has created, developed and executed multi-million dollar programs for the planet’s top brands. The launch of Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey with 15 events across the country in one night and This Built America for Ford are among his proudest professional moments. Most recently, Shawn ran Brand Partnerships and Custom Solutions for AOL/HuffingtonPost.
Tymon Brown is an American filmmaker, composer, and actor. He co-founded Small Rice Field Productions with Daniel Onoda and Orien Longo in 2007.
Brown attended the SUNY Purchase Film Conservatory and co-founded Small Rice Field Productions with Daniel Onoda and Orien Longo. Their first film together was Onoda's "The Dream of Alice and Chris," and their most recent project is Brown's latest film, "Hoof" (in post-production).
Tymon Brown lives in Brooklyn, NY.
JAMES CHANTLER BROWN
James began his career as a comic magician, headlining luxury ocean liners, comedy clubs, and lecturing to the industry throughout 37 countries. He was a regular consultant for the FOX-TV series “Arrested Development” and for Steve Martin and his character “The Great Flydini. His magician days started when he was a kid trying to reverse engineer tricks and illusions he saw and dreamed up himself. James took that ability and later applied it to live events and branded experiences developing multi-million dollar advertising platforms with AOL, Google and Paramount Pictures.