Timothy Saccenti is a director and photographer. He lives in New York City and works worldwide. Saccenti’s singularly unique, immersive style has been imprinted onto genres of music, publication and fine art. Saccenti’s groundbreaking visual output includes influential and genre defying films for artists ranging from indie icons Animal Collective, hip Hop master EL-P to legends Depeche Mode, Usher and Erykah Badu. His commercial oeuvre includes the controversial “Playfaces” television campaign for the launch of the Sony PS3, as well as spots for Nike, Diesel and Audi, amongst others. As a fine artist, Saccenti has exhibited “The Garden” at the Diesel gallery in Tokyo as well as multiple group shows around the world.
Nick Moir is a professional 45-years old photographer, and storm chaser from Sydney, Australia. Nick
Stunning futuristic and cyberpunk manipulations by Aaron Elliott, a talented artist, designer, and web developer