Digital and Print Publications

Interview with Bia Labate

"The “hippy anthropologist and plant-lover” from Brazil has been at the forefront of psychedelic advocacy and accountability for over twenty years. Labate builds bridges between the worlds within the psychedelic field.”

-Reality Sandwich

Sarah Shahi

"Vibrant, funny, sensual, it is no wonder that her given name is Aahoo, which means gazelle in Persian. Often seen as a symbol of love and female beauty, it is a fitting name for the Iranian-American actress."

-Rogue Magazine

Gregory Siff

"Staring up at the Dream Hotel in Hollywood, where the gallery of Gregory Siff is nestled, it feels rather metaphoric and romantic as an idea. A hotel gives an artist a home? Sounds like a dream."

-Rogue Magazine

Corinne & Krystyna

"Bold, sexy, outspoken and raunchy; this hilarious dynamic duo extinguishes the shame that inhibits our freedom of sexual expression with open communication, education, humor and self-love."

-Rogue Magazine

Agnez Mo 

"Although the name might strike still unfamiliar to those of us in the United States, this Indonesian powerhouse comes to U.S. soil with a serious track record of over two decades of success abroad. "

-Rogue Magazine

The WFIRST Telescope

"But what the…what is dark energy? NASA is building the WFIRST telescope to figure that out. It will produce images with the same incredible resolution as the Hubble telescope, but on a scale that is 100 times larger.”

-Reality Sandwich


Danai Gurira

"At that moment, I made the decision to become a storyteller, to change my whole plan and to focus largely on African women's stories because they are so under told. Yet they are such astounding stories that must be told.”

-Rogue Magazine


Finn Jones

"The life of Finn Jones sparkles with a charmed quality, an extraordinary example of being in the right place at the right time— and—at the risk of sounding cliche, following your inner compass.”

-Rogue Magazine

Rachel Chavkin

"Walking into the smash-hit musical Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, we don't find ourselves in a theatre. We end up in a Russian supper club. It is a show as atypical as the career of director Rachel Chavkin."

-Rogue Magazine

Shaman vs. Putin

"Yakut shaman Alexander Gabyshev departed Yakutsk, capital of the Sakha Republic, on a divine mission to “expel Putin’s evil spirit from the Kremlin.” According to the shaman’s divine sources, Putin is no man but a demon."

-Reality Sandwich

Yelena Moskovich  

"With an atmosphere evocative of David Lynch, Murakami and Angela Carter, The Natashas is a surreal exploration of identity and sexuality that pull three seemingly disparate worlds together like dissonant strings."

-Rogue Magazine


Zebra Katz

"Aggressive, sexy, theatrical, enigmatic, Zebra Katz is the underdog, the “dark lord of hip-hop” brought into being by Ojay Morgan. He rose to public attention with his minimal and haunting track, Ima Read."

-Rogue Magazine

Nate Koch

"Producer Nate Koch has been in the New York immersive theatre scene for the past ten years, but theatre is too limiting a word to describe his experience. Koch shows just how creative a producer's job is."

-Rogue Magazine

Fekat Circus

"Fekat Circus was founded in 2004 by former street kids in the suburbs of Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia. Fekat or blossoming in Amharic, is a circus troupe with the aim of bringing about social change."

-Irish Examiner