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We are a team of risk-friendly, aggressive, and creative individuals  with backgrounds in the field of public relations, sales, advertising, political consulting, media buying, the film industry, fashion, and law.

We bring the skill sets to assist you in creating the best events and campaigns possible.



You might say “Art is in a constant state of change, so nobody can really pin down what it is.” You might even say “Art is subjective, and means something different to every single person on earth.”  Art is such a large part of our everyday lives that we may hardly even stop to think about it. Look at the desk or table where you are, right this minute. Someone designed that. It is art. Your shoes are art. Your coffee cup is art. All functional design, well done, is art. So, you could say “Art is something that is both functional and (hopefully) aesthetically pleasing to our eyes.”


This is for people for whom food is glorious and not fearsome, for people who watch their happiness before they watch their weight, for people who believe that behind every swallow is an insight into who they are. Here is your entry into the world of the most popular cuisines in the world (or at least where to eat!).  Cuisine does not spring from nowhere and it does not spring from restaurants. Cuisine is a cultural phenomenon that evolves from real people in kitchens cooking to provide food for their families guided by culture, history, agricultural, and need and wants.


Whatever your direction is, you can’t deny a film’s strong impact on human psyche. A film can influence us emotionally, allowing the participant to lose themselves in a storyline. We forget our stress, anxiety and for a short period of time we are taken into an experience that most of us would never have the opportunity to actually live out.


No known human culture has ever lived without music.  Music has many cognitive elements: emotion, patterns, motor aspects of performance. The sensation that some music elicits fires up the same brain circuits as those associated with the intense pleasure of sex, chocolate or even opium.


“Clothes create a wordless means of communication that we all understand”  Fashion is big business. More people are  involved in the buying, selling and production of clothing than any other business in the world. Everyday, millions of workers design, sew, glue, dye, and transport clothing to stores. Ads on buses, billboards and magazines give us ideas about what to wear, consciously, or subconsciously.  Popular fashions are close to impossible to trace. No one can tell how the short skirts and boots worn by teenagers in England in 1960 made it to the runways of Paris, or how blue jeans became so popular in the U.S., or how hip-hop made it from the streets of the Bronx to the Haute Couture fashion shows of London and Milan. Once identified, fashions begin to change