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This growing directory includes consultants who have provided a variety of services to New Yor... READ MORE

This growing directory includes consultants who have provided a variety of services to New York-based media arts organizations and artists in conjunction with NYSCA Electronic Media & Film and/or Media Arts Assistance Fund supported projects. To search by keyword or the type of services provided use the "Search Or Filter" windows to the left (above on mobile.)

Please note, the following individuals have been reviewed for basic eligibility appropriate to media arts consulting.  NYSCA does not recommend or endorse these resources otherwise. 

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  • Bob Bellerue  • New York

    Sound Design and Equipment Consultant

  • Sharang Biswas  • Independent Game Design & Interactivity Consultant  • New York

    Sharang Biswas is an artist, game designer, theatre-creator, and writer, with a focu on participatory and interactive performance. He often works with organizations to create innovative, educational, and engaging game-like experiences for training, team-building, and social events. Sharang is also an accomplished keynote speaker, having spoken for various organizations on the subject of innovation, diversity & inclusion, and interactive arts.

    Additional Consulting Categories: Education and Programming.

  • Rebecca Chandler  • Senior Consultant at AV Preserve  • New York

    Rebecca specializes in collection care and management in support of preservation, planning, and advocacy. Rebecca is an experienced audio engineer, having worked in post-production at Broadway Video, Creative Group, and Sony Music Studios. She earned her MLIS with an Archives certificate from Pratt Institute and holds a BM in Music Technology from NYU. Rebecca’s recent clients include the National Gallery of Art, National Library of Medicine, UCLA, Wildlife Conservation Society, and the New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority. Rebecca teaches and presents throughout the United States on the topics of audiovisual preservation, collection management, and digitization.

  • Andrew Lampert and Howie Chen  • Chen & Lampert  • New York

    With over 38 combined years of in-depth art world experience, Chen & Lampert provide comprehensive services and personalized solutions to artists, galleries, non-profits, institutions and collectors. From curatorial consultation, artist relations and organizational framework, to media preservation and publicity strategies, their individualized approach delivers crucial information and actionable plans to clients in every area of the contemporary art sphere.

  • Jim Chin  • PainterSmith  • New York, NY

    Since 2003, PainterSmith has been a go-to resource for clients who seek effective creative solutions without conventional advertising agency layers. Our core philosophy is that creativity is a vital component of successful advertising. Our streamlined approach allows us to be flexible yet disciplined, and deliver high quality work on time and within budget.

  • Spencer Christiano  • Eastman Museum  • New York

    Spencer Christiano is Chief Projectionist at The George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York. Spencer joined the Moving Image Department in 2014, having previously served as the Technical Manager and Head Projectionist of the Cinema Theater in Rochester for 9 years. He also served as Technical Manager of the MuCCC Theater in Rochester, where he is an Artist in Residence. He has taught the techniques of film projection at the National Film Archive of India, the Pordenone Silent Film Festival, and the University of Rochester. He is a co-editor and co-author of the upcoming George Eastman Museum publication The Art of Film Projection: A Beginner's Guide (2019), a comprehensive outline of the materials, equipment and knowledge needed to present the magic of cinema to an enthralled audience. His work as a playwright includes Endangered Features (2016), about the world of film archiving, film projection as a technical art, and the evolution of cinema exhibition from its analog roots to cutting-edge digital.

  • Christopher Odegard  • New York
  • Benedict Clouette  • Interval Projects, Architect
  • Greg Cohen  • Cause Effective  • New York

    Cause Effective strengthens the nonprofit sector by helping organizations build engaged communities of supporters. We transform people, culture and systems by coaching nonprofits to learn, carry out and sustain new approaches to fundraising and board leadership.

  • Lukas Eigler-Harding  • Artbase Design Consultant  • New York

    Lukas Eigler-Harding runs an flexible studio practice based out New York. His work spans consultation, design, and development with a focus on launching interactive work within the web’s specter.

  • Enrique is a mexican artist and engineer focused on the interdisciplinary projects development with an artistic/cultural/educative/technologic application. On its work he make an exploration over the creative possibilities of digital systems, physical interfaces design and interactive installations creation. He graduated from Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey with a Bachelor in Science on Digital Music Production Engineering. Actually he works on Centro de Cultura Digital, designing solutions to it's technological necessities and giving workshops about technological applications for the creative industries.

  • Alon Grinshpoon  • echoAR, Inc.  • New York

    echoAR is redefining how people create augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences. echoAR makes it simple for developers and content creators to build, manage and deploy 3D applications and content with a flexible cloud infrastructure, intuitive content management system, fast content delivery network, and other best-in-class tools.

  • Tam Gryn  • Rally  • New York

    Tam is the current Director of Fine Arts at where she helps artists create their own autonomous crypto economies as well as Head Curator at SHOWFIELDS where she is helping to bridge art with retail. Tam is a Guest Lecturer at Harvard Business School and New York Academy of the Arts. She currently contributes to Decentralized Arts by BanklessDAO and Women in Web3 Equity Miami. She is the former Head of the Curatorial Department of the Artist Pension Trust as well as Head Curator for RAW POP UP and Founder of Culturadora. Tam sits on the board of the Kulturespace Foundation in Berlin. Originally from Venezuela, she studied Art History at the Sorbonne University. She then specialized in Politics and Diplomacy at the Reichman University in Israel and received her M.A. in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from Tel Aviv University. Tam has curated multiple art exhibitions as well as charity fundraisers. Cultural projects that Tam and her team produced hosted 300,000+ individuals, curated and 300+ site-specific art installations by global artists and reached 13B+ in online impressions. Clients and collaborators include The Brooklyn Museum, The Whitney Museum, United Talent Agency (UTA), 2x4, McCann WorldGroup, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Puerto Rico, Locust Projects, Glossier, Heineken, Bombay Sapphire, The Glenlivet, Diptyque, Evian, Mastercard, SVA School of Visual Arts NYC, Neuehouse, Downtown Development Authority Miami, Miami Design District, Lincoln Rd, VICE, Paper Magazine, CNN en Español, CULTURED Mag, Haute Living, Miami New Times, Art Basel, KIND, Espace Meyer Zafra, Brightwire, The Bakehouse Art Complex, Lifion, Arevalo Gallery, Bas Fischer Invitational, Garis & Hahn, The LA Art Show, Untitled Miami, Inga Gallery, University of Miami Frost School of Music, Brickell City Centre, Create! Mag, All She Makes, Paradigm Gallery and many more. Tam specializes in the intersection between art and other industries, new creative economies, crypto for creative communities, creating memorable immersive art installations, satisfying audience’s desire for new and genuine experiences, generating social media buzz, content creation, newfound exposure and foot traffic.

  • Shelley Hubert  • Shelley Hubert, CPA  • New York

    Shelley Hubert, certified by the Federal Government’s Small Business Administration (SBA) as a Women Owned Business, brings a wealth of management experience to the nonprofit sector. Working with lay leaders and professionals, Shelley provides top level support, helping organizations achieve there operational and programmatic objectives.

    Shelley often manages the government reporting function of non-profits, serves as a sounding board for decision makers, and facilitates meetings, synthesizing ideas and stakeholder commitment to action.

  • Andrew Ingall  • Pandamonium Productions  • New York

    Pandamonium Productions provides curatorial and program content for film, visual art, and performance, as well as guidance on audience impact, philanthropy, and project management. Projects are diverse in terms of artistic discipline and stakeholders, but they share a common desire to connect art with social issues. Principal Andrew Ingall has been working as an arts and culture professional for over twenty years in the U.S., both in California and New York. As a consultancy, Pandamonium offers production, management, engagement, fundraising, and curatorial services to clientele who appreciate clear objectives, a collaborative approach, and respectful dialogue to produce meaningful work and maximize impact.

  • Momo Ishiguro  • Walk Together PJR  • New York

    Walk Together PJR was founded to address the scarcity of accessible, independent expertise available to nonprofits—especially those organizations in the business of “worldmaking”: they are interdisciplinary, collaborative, historically aware, and aspiring to nothing less than reimagining cultural production (and thus, the ways we reimagine the world). By prioritizing these organizations, Walk Together PJR intends to make the field more resilient and diverse.

  • Lutz Issler  • Systemantics
  • Software development for creative purposes, specifically focused on theater and dance, installations, and live video.

  • Candace Jackson  • CJAM Consulting  • New York

    CJAM engages in every level of an organization’s life cycle, and we help organizations plan for long-term growth. We assess how effective or challenged a company is in meeting its goals looking at mission and operations. With our clients’ input every step of the way, we provide analysis of an organization’s current “state of affairs” in arenas spanning human resources to financial management. We provide recommendations for improvements and create action plans that complement day-to-day operations and support careful expansion toward realizing a new vision.

  • Tanisha Jones  • The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts  • New York

    In 2014, I served as a moving image preservation consultant to Dance Films Association (DFA) on their project to digitally preserve and make accessible DFA’s archive of hundreds of analog moving image materials of dance on film. Many of these films were entries in the historic Dance on Camera Film Festival that DFA founded in 1971 and has co-presented annually with the Film Society of Lincoln Center. I provided guidance on best practices for preserving analog moving image materials and recommendations for long-term storage of digital preservation assets and their analog originals.

  • Jordan Lee Thompson is a media/narrative art worker and educator of mixed ancestry based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota, on occupied Dakota and Anishinaabe land. He works in video production, projection, drawing, animation, performance, installation, and other new media to combine his passions of participatory art, microsociology, and speculative storytelling towards the goal of envisioning and creating the future he wants to live in. He believes that the future depends on the stories we tell and how well we tell them.

    Jordan has produced, performed, directed, or projected at the Guthrie Theater, the Cowles Center, the Southern Theater, Intermedia Arts, the Phoenix Theater, O'Shaughnessy Auditorium, Public Functionary, and the University of Iowa Museum of Art, among others. Jordan has worked with the Arab American National Museum, FilmNorth, Mizna, ArteEast, New Arab American Theater Works, Wilder Research, Iraqi & American Reconciliation Project, James Sewell Ballet, MN Opera, Savage Umbrella, Twin Cities Media Alliance, SPEAK MPLS, Minneapolis Television Network, Saint Paul Neighborhood Network, The People’s Canvass, Monkeybear’s Harmolodic Workshop, and other organizations.

    Jordan serves as the Executive Director at Listen Up Youth Radio. He previously co-directed a pickup dance company (Dance & Other Behaviors), served as coordinator for Mizna's Arab Film Festival, directed programming for youth filmmakers and animators - who earned regional and national accolades - at Nine North, and managed a team of high school staff working towards environmentally-just futures at the Science Museum of Minnesota. Jordan holds a BFA in Painting, a BA in Art History and Arts Management, and a certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Iowa.

  • Sara Juli  • Surala Consulting

    Surala Consulting specializes in strategic fundraising solutions. They work with small to mid-sized National arts organizations helping to build and execute fundraising strategies from grant writing to building major donor programs to making the ask training and more. Services are billed on a sliding scale based on budget-size.

    Additional Consulting Areas: Individual Giving, Making the Ask training, building and executing annual fundraising strategies

  • David Lavin  • Spark Impact  • New York

    For over 15 years, David has worked across sectors to develop social impact strategies, implement effective and meaningful programs, and create impact measurement systems for clients and partners in the U.S. and Latin America. He is most passionate about economic inclusion and advancement, race and gender justice and equality, education and the arts, and creating community around meaning and purpose.

  • Jeffrey Leib  • Jeffrey Leib Consulting  • New York

    For over 20 years, Jeffrey Leib has provided fundraising, marketing, ticketing, and point-of-sale expertise to over 100 organizations of all budgets and in all sectors of the non-profit space. From database selection, analytics, custom reporting, project management, and integrations, Jeffrey builds close relationships with clients to find the right solutions for growing revenue. Jeffrey began his non-profit career as an intern while attending Bennington College, first at The Painted Bride Art Center in Philadelphia and later at The Poetry Society of America in New York. Upon graduation he moved to New York to take an individual giving position at the Academy of American Poets. Following a brief layover at Brown as a graduate student, he returned to New York City to write grants for PEN American Center and then to lead the newly created Fundraising Database department at the Whitney Museum. At age 26, Jeffrey formed Jeffrey Leib Consulting. He has provided fundraising technology expertise to over 100 non-profits in all sectors of the market and in many parts of the country.

  • Lena Levine  • Forcoda  • New York

    Lena Levine is the Founder & Creative Director of Forcoda. For over 10 years, Lena has been helping businesses design and build scalable web and mobile app solutions in FinTech, HigherEd, SaaS, and Startup space.

  • Eve Levy  • Fundraising Consultant

    Eve Levy is a seasoned development professional with experience raising funds for both large and small organizations, primarily in the fields of education, the arts, public policy/international affairs, and climate change communications. She is an expert grant writer and researcher, and also has substantial experience in board and committee development and organizational strategic planning.

  • Tim Light  • Dedicated Presentation Solutions LLC  • New York

    Tim Light, has over 10 number of years of experience in IT and AV. With his newly launched venture, Dedicated Presentation Solutions, Light aims to assist organizations in navigating the AV equipment landscape with personalized consultation and equipment sales.

  • Christie Marchese  • Picture Motion  • New York

    Picture Motion is the leading social impact agency developing award-winning advocacy and marketing campaigns for films, television, and entertainment. Filmmakers, studios, and brands turn to our expert team of impact producers to ensure that their content gets seen, mobilizes communities, and drives impact beyond the credits. We handle all aspects of a social action campaign from defining the {distribution} strategy and securing strategic partnerships to amplifying awareness and activating audiences through educational touch-points, screenings and experiences. Our collaborative approach unites storytellers with our unmatched network of thousands of activists, nonprofits, and foundations, to build social movements around must-see content. Picture Motion has partnered on over 150 groundbreaking projects and has long been at the forefront of reimagining how audiences experience film. It’s our mission to leverage storytelling to inspire empathy, convene people, and ignite brave conversations and action.

  • Maria Marewski  • MA
  • Amye McCarther  • New York

    Amye McCarther is an Arts Archivist, Media Conservator, and Independent Programmer.

  • Brian J. McCormick  • The New School  • New York
  • Elise Miller  • Nonprofit Finance Fund  • New York

    NFF helps mission-driven organizations achieve communities’ aspirations through tailored capital, strategic advice, and accessible insights.

  • Ruchi Mital  • Documentary Filmmaker/Grant Writing Specialist  • New York
  • Morgan Morel  • Bay Area Video Coalition  • California

    Morgan Morel is Preservation Manager at BAVC (Bay Area Video Coalition). BAVC is a community hub and resource for media makers in the Bay Area and across the country, serving over 7,500 freelancers, filmmakers, job-seekers, activists, and artists every year. BAVC provides access to media making technology, storytelling workshops, a diverse and engaged community of makers and producers, services and resources.

  • Austin Nathaniel  • Capacity Interactive Inc.  • New York

    Austin joined the Capacity Interactive Operations Team following more than fifteen years of managing theatres in both the not-for-profit and commercial worlds. He spent a decade with the Nederlander Organization where he helped maintain and operate some of Broadway’s most historic theatres and was privileged to help bring many productions to the stage, such as An American In Paris, Kristin Chenoweth: My Love Letter to Broadway, and Hamilton.

    Austin’s deep passion for theatre follows him home, but he also loves old-school sitcoms, science fiction and fantasy in all its forms, any great novel, politics, astronomy, and cooking anything and everything he can get his hands on.

  • Aidan Nelson's specializations include Creative Coding, Software Development, and Project Conceptualization.

  • Nick Normal  • New York
  • Nick O'Leary  • New York

    Nick O’Leary is a New York based artist, game designer, interactivity consultant, and director of theater and live events. Born and raised in New England, he has developed work with organizations including The Ford Foundation, The Museum of the Moving Image, Sinking Ship Creations, Dartmouth College, and Grinnell College. He serves on the board of the Playable Theatre Project.

    Additional Consulting Areas: Interactivity, Game Design, Live Events

  • Opeyemi Olukemi  • Interactive Media Expert  • New York

    Opeyemi Olukemi is an interactive storytelling expert.

    Throughout her career as an interactive producer, funder and public programmer, Opeyemi has created spaces for interdisciplinary artists, communities, and content teams to experiment with and create innovative content. She is an advocate for technological equity and eliminating bias from social innovation and is also deeply invested in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Opeyemi is Vice President of Digital Production and Innovation at American Documentary's award-winning independent non-fiction film series P.O.V. Opeyemi was previously the senior director of interactive programs for Tribeca Film Institute, where she oversaw the TFI New Media and TAA Prototype Funds and led the institute’s interactive programs. She also led the Tribeca Hacks program to the global stage through 21 distinct events. Opeyemi began her career in the tech industry as a producer for ScrollMotion, where she oversaw teams of designers programmers, and third-party vendors to produce new media applications for clients such as Disney, O: The Oprah Magazine and Genentech.

    Opeyemi has served on numerous festival juries and has mentored through the IDFA’s Doc Academy, New Museum’s NEW INC and Oculus’ VR for Good. Opeyemi has served as an assistant professor of integrated media at Brooklyn College’s Barry R. Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema and is a Rockwood (Ford Foundation) JustFilms Fellow.

  • Matthew Ostrowski  • Bespoke Interactive Software  • New York

    Ostrowski develops software for interactive audio, video, and robotic installations, extended musical instruments, tools for media artists, and multichannel show control systems.

  • Greg Paliotta  • Digital Media Systems Inc., Owner  • New York

    Digital Media Systems provides equipment sales, installation and contractual maintenance services for all presentation facilities. Commercial Theatre chains, Independent Theatre Owners, Universities, Museums, and Industry / Executive Screening Rooms are examples of our wide range of clients.

    They offer the following services:
    Consulting Services to Architects / Contractors /Ownership
    Equipment Sales
    Installation, Integration, Training
    In Field Emergency Service and Scheduled Routine Maintenance
    Network Operations Center (NOC) / Remote Site Monitoring

  • Sara Pasti  • Sara Pasti & Associates Consulting Services  • New York

    I currently work as an arts and development consultant in the Hudson Valley. From 2009-2019, I served as the Neil C. Trager Director at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Prior to my appointment at The Dorsky, I was an arts and community development consultant specializing in start-up projects, strategic planning, and capital and institutional fund development. I have participated in the launch of several non-profit organizations and major program initiatives—including the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Visual Arts Initiative—and guided organizations through challenging periods of transition. I have also held executive leadership positions in both visual and performing arts organizations, serving as Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington and as Managing Director of the Behnke Center for Contemporary Performance in Seattle, among others.

  • Zahida Pirani  • New York and Los Angeles

    Zahida Pirani is an independent consultant who provides customized capacity building services including program development, strategic planning, resource development, coaching, campaign planning and training design and implementation. She is an experienced facilitator, coach, trainer, community organizer and a consensus builder.

  • Elizabeth Press  • D3M Labs  • Berlin, Germany

    D3M Labs builds up Business Intelligence & Marketing Analytics capabilities and works with clients to develop a data-driven management culture in their organizations, specifically in the areas of strategic planning, digital communications and customer insight.

  • PS314  • New York

    P.S. 314 operates at the intersection of philanthropy, social causes, and storytelling. P.S. 314 works hand-in-hand with like-minded clients who are also seeking to drive social change. We leverage our knowledge and relationships to help organizations and individual game-changers realize their goals by creating a sustainable system. When this system is implemented, awareness and revenues increase.

  • Marlène Ramírez-Cancio  • New York

    Marlène Ramírez-Cancio is a Puerto Rican cultural worker, artist, and educator based in Brooklyn. She is the Executive Director of EMERGENYC, an incubator and network for emerging artists-activists in New York City and beyond, focused on developing the voice and artistic expression of people of color, women, and LGBTQAI+ folks. She is also co-founding director of Fulana, a Latina satire collective, and Director of Implementation of the Latinx Arts Consortium of New York, a network of arts organizations dedicated to knowledge exchange, resource sharing, and collective action. Through Mujer Que Pregunta, she works as a Process Doula for artists, scholars, and cultural workers to shape their ideas and clarify their purpose. Marlène serves on the Board of Directors of the National Performance Network and the Board of Advisors of the Center for Artistic Activism. In 2018, she curated “Cuerpxs Radicales: Radical Bodies in Performance,” a live art series presented at the Brooklyn Museum in conjunction with the Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 exhibition.

  • Brooke Richie-Babbage  • New York

    Brooke Richie-Babbage is an independent consultant specializing in organizational design and social impact strategy.

  • Andrea Robinson  • MRW Consulting Group International, LLC  • New Jersey
  • Rockwood Leadership Institute  • Oakland, California

    Rockwood supports leaders to transform themselves, their communities, and the world towards equity, liberation, and sustainability for all. We do this by providing powerful and effective training to individual leaders and cohorts, thereby strengthening the organizations and movements that they represent.

  • David Rojas-Léon  • New York
  • Mark Elijah Rosenberg  • Rooftop Films / Freelance Filmmaker  • New York

    Mark Elijah Rosenberg is a film director, writer, editor and producer, and is the Founder and former Artistic Director of Rooftop Films.

  • Jonah Rosenberg  • New York

    Jonah is a systems expert and graduate of the Brooklyn College electronic music and technology program.

  • Peter J. Russo  • Walk Together PJR  • New York

    Walk Together PJR was founded to address the scarcity of accessible, independent expertise available to nonprofits—especially those organizations in the business of “worldmaking”: they are interdisciplinary, collaborative, historically aware, and aspiring to nothing less than reimagining cultural production (and thus, the ways we reimagine the world). By prioritizing these organizations, Walk Together PJR intends to make the field more resilient and diverse.

  • Michelle Legaspi Sánchez  • Nonprofit Finance Fund  • New York

    NFF helps mission-driven organizations achieve communities’ aspirations through tailored capital, strategic advice, and accessible insights.

  • Doug Sauer, CEO  • New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. (NYCON)  • New York
    800-515-5012 ext. 103

    Founded in 1927, NYCON is a 501 c(3) membership-based, mission-driven, statewide association of diverse charitable organizations. With close to 3,000 members, NYCON provides a collective policy voice and serves as a crucial support and information provider to organizations across the state. NYCON’s staff-based expertise is diverse and nonprofits can expect to find lawyers, fund development specialists, finance experts, governance experts, risk management experts and more – all one call away. NYCON strengthens the business and organizational capacity of nonprofits, acts as an advocate, helps to inform philanthropic giving, and conducts research to demonstrate the relevance and impact of nonprofits.

  • Ziv Schneider  • Head of Design at InCitu  • New York

    Ziv Schneider is a NY based new media artist and designer, and creative technologist at The Brown Institute for Media Innovation.

  • Consulting in older analogue technologies.

  • Ethan Shoshan  • Ethan Shoshan  • New York

    I am an artist, community activist, and non-profit computer a/v technical consultant committed to building communities and support around social justice, art and activism. Living on my own at an early age has taught me how to care for myself and others, motivating me to continue to focus on art as a cathartic creative reimagining and a way to shed light on social injustices. I am currently the creative director of Empirical Nonsense, a location-less cultural arts space based in the lower east side, and was previously the interim director of the Feature Hudson Foundation, a foundation dedicated to Hudson’s life through his creative contributions and unique vision to the arts and cultural experience as an artist and as the art dealer of Feature Inc.

    I have been a working artist for over 15 years with solo exhibitions at Envoy Enterprises (NYC), Aljira (Newark, NJ), Commonwealth & Council (Los Angeles, CA), The Center for Book Arts (NYC), Le Petit Versailles (NYC) and Gene Frankel Theater (NYC). In 2017, I self-published an artist book edition, breadcrumbs, at MoMA PS1 for Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair with Allied Productions Inc. I co-developed/ran an art program with Sylvia’s Place shelter for queer trans youth from 2013 - 2017. This social practice program later evolved into a working collective with numerous exhibitions and institutional support. My current body of work focuses on displacement, gentrification, and growing concerns of capitalism by focusing on drawings of abandoned places and public signage. This body of work comes out of my past dedication and work at a housing advocacy organization, Picture the Homeless, previous art and food programs at Sylvia’s Place Emergency Shelter, my own housing situation, and living in New York City.

    I am the recipient of several grants/fellowships from Joan Mitchell Foundation, Open Society Foundation, New York Foundation For the Arts, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and The Puffin Foundation. My work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Art In America, The Brooklyn Rail, Artforum, ArtNEWS, Washington Post, LA Weekly, Huffington Post, BlackBook, among numerous other publications.

  • Michael Stetz  • New York

    Michael Stetz is a graduate of NYU's Moving Image Archive and Preservation Program.

  • Lavender Suarez  • New York

    Lavender Suarez is a sound artist, sound healing practitioner and educator who provides services in regards to technical, ethical and philosophical perspectives in regards to sound/listening and community wellness (meditation).

    Additional Consulting Categories: Sound (installation/utilization), Community Wellness (meditation)

  • Roger Tan  • Tan Engineering, Mechanical Engineers

    Established in 2003, Tan Engineering, P.C. is a full service engineering consulting firm based in New York. We provide our clients with the technical capabilities at a level of excellence, service and dedication necessary to accomplish any engineering need.

  • Carolyn Tennant  • Independent Consultant  • New York
    (716) 348-7593

    Carolyn Tennant is an independent curator and amateur archivist whose work with organizations has included determining best practices for archival projects. In addition she has helped to facilitate large scale fundraising campaigns and has experience with grant writing at the state and national levels.

  • Victor F. M. Torres  • New York

    Victor F. M. Torres is an intermedia artist born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Torres holds an MFA in Intermedia and Digital Arts and a BA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology, both from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is an Adjunct Faculty at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, as well as George Mason University in Virginia. Torres has taught at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Stevenson University, and UMBC. He is the author of "Language Writes Myth Writes Reality: Or How Does the Acculturated Body Take the Role of Culture Maker?". Torres investigates the definition of what makes someone or something foreign through experimental linguistics, performance art, video, and interactive new media works, from a queer perspective. His work has been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art, MOCA LA, MCA Chicago, Museum of Modern Art, Baltimore Museum of Art, Monmouth Museum, MIX NYC, Maryland Art Place, and Grace Exhibition Space, among others.

  • Alexandra M. Tuller  • Drake Creative  • New York

    Drake Creative is a design collaborative that designs visual identities and strategic communications, story- and brand-driven events, and permanent space installations with an emphasis on strong storytelling and clear wayfinding.