“Do you make art?” This question is something you might hear Brady say at holiday party.
Brady got schooled in New York working along designers while producing shows for fashion week. He continues now in LA with lighting design, production design and retail design.
Brady is connected to a vibrant Christian community of friends in Los Angeles called Basiliea, He enjoys making records and catching the light to share with others. “Let’s make light, let’s make music, let’s be honest with each other.”
Satoshi Mark Noguchi
Mixing engineer Satoshi Mark Noguchi has been working up a storm around Hollywood. After just under a decade in Los Angeles, the Seattle native’s list of credits suggest that he does more mixing than sleeping. He is currently recording/mixing film scores and songs for artists such as Rob Simonsen, Nathan Whitehead, Joe Trapanese, Bret McKenzie, and Dia Frampton. In 2013 he was nominated for a CAS mixing award for Explosions in the Sky's score to the film "Lone Survivor".
Some of Satoshi’s most recent work can be heard on the playful tunes in “Muppets Most Wanted” and the hard hitting "The Raid 2: Berendal". Forthcoming work includes the sci-fi adventure “Earth To Echo" and the thriller "The Purge: Anarchy", in theaters in summer 2014. - http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3827488/
Elizabeth Joy, an architectural engineer, founded Joy Design Collaborative as a way to blend her skills as an engineer with her lifelong love for design. Her engineering background is realized through the construction of custom designs for her events, and her concentration in design keeps her at the forefront of new ideas making her scenescapes have the best balance of classic and modern.
Elizabeth also co-owns Nous Engineering, a structural engineering company based in Downtown Los Angeles that specializes in creating temporary and permanent spaces or art installations for international brands, organisations, agencies, developers and governments.
Most recently, Elizabeth and her team traveled to West Africa to work with the Liberian government on upgrading their hospital structural standards.
Anthony Ciannamea (EFFIXX) is a creative director working at the intersection of design, motion, and technology. He spent his early career as an interactive art director at advertising agencies in Chicago, where he was involved in the design and development of award-winning branded content for clients including Gatorade, Motorola, and Burton Snowboards. As an outlet to create music-related works, Anthony founded the artist collective Scenic Studio. There, he directed and produced film projects for musicians like Son Lux, and indie labels like Alpha Pup and Ghostly International, soon expanding into live tour projection and lighting with Deru, Shigeto, Prefuse 73, and a residency at Low End Theory (SF).
In 2011, during the production of a feature-length travel documentary (Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland), Anthony met and began working regularly with composer Benjamin Wynn (aka Deru). Together, they led a team of artists and engineers to build the first album released on a handheld LED video projector crafted from walnut: a modern-day time capsule. Titled 1979, the project explored themes of nostalgia and featured nine audiovisual collaborations between the two artists. Now based in California, Anthony continues to work with The Echo Society, and is launching a VR album series and physical music artifacts with 79Ancestors, a newly-formed interdisciplinary record label with partner Ben Wynn and acclaimed Adobe experience designer Yaniv De Ridder.