With a background in Interactive Media Design, a passion for Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs, and profound appreciation for art, Sebastian Duque has been working in the digital field for over 10 years. The Colombian native and renaissance man has created the Digital Diplomacy major at the City University of New York, a program he completed in December 2015. At the risk of coming across as a drunk cookie monster, Sebastian’s love for red wine and cookies helps him plot his plan to never grow up.
GREGORY W. HALL:
Born and raised in Jersey City,NJ
I perform regularly at Broadway Comedy Club
Been seen on Elite Daily
I’ve also performed at QED,The PIT
Noah Kaplan is a real estate agent working on Ryan Serhant’s team from Bravo TV’s Million Dollar Listing. Noah focuses on Townhouse and New Development sales and rentals in Brooklyn – specifically in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Bushwick. As a member of The Serhant Team, Noah has access to the largest inventory of townhouses of any real estate brokerage in these areas.
Noah is also the Executive Producer of “Thousand Dollar Listing,” (TDL) a TV Show Pilot which launched in May 2016, and has appeared in the New York Post, Time Out New York, Fox 5, PIX Channel 11, DNAinfo, The Real Deal, Realtor.com, Bedford + Bowery, UpOut.com and more. Ryan Serhant caught wind of TDL soon after its launch, and Noah has been on Ryan’s team ever since.
Noah currently resides in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
EMILY RAY REESE:
Reese is a 34 year old Lesbian from a ghost town in the mountains of New Mexico. She came to New York eight years ago after volunteering for the Peace Corps in El Salvador. Reese is a filmmaker by day and a dance floor demolisher by night.
MATT BARBEHENN: Matthew Barbehenn’s fiction has been published in several Canadian and Australian literary magazines, but very few American ones. He has taught creative writing, literature, and composition at Temple University, The Community College of Philadelphia, and Philadelphia University. He is currently working on several projects, including a book of short fiction and something that might one day be a novel. He has been living in New York for one month and he gets lost on a daily basis.
KAREN STEVENSON: Karen Stevenson is a technologist, journalist, and media entrepreneur who has lived in Brooklyn since the turn of the century.
It could have been | Press release | Artist talk February 25-April 8, 2017 Opening reception: February 25, 7-9pm Artist talk: February 27, 7-9pm “But at the risk of sounding anti-human–some of my best friends are human!–I will say that it is not, in the end, what’s most worth attending to. Right now, in the […]
The Middle Passage
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Soap Box Derby 2015
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