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Elon Musk & Tom Cruise Wonder What Craft Services is Gonna Be Like Up There. Elon Musk has been in the news a lot recently, whether its for indirectly sabotaging his own investors or for (attempting) to name his newborn child with Grimes “X Æ A-12”, but a slightly more subtle if equally memeworthy Musk-venture is the announcement that the 48-year-old South African mogul is collaborating with NASA to shoot a feature film in space (no, for real) starring Tom Cruise. Everyone’s favorite aging-but-still-kinda-hot action star will be sent into space via Musk’s SpaceX program to shoot a movie aboard NASA’s International Space Station, which would become the first action adventure film to be shot in space. But, besides the confirmation of the upcoming shooting, no other details are known. Obama, BTS, Lady Gaga, Kendaya, & More. Every Zoomer Fan Favorite is Here to Welcome You into a Hell Future. The class of 2020 (both high school and college iterations) really got the short end of the stick this year, with their final months of schooling materializing as nothing more than a series of zoom classes and socially-devoid confinement. Worst of all, most are having no graduation ceremony — no final, official send-off into the “real world”, no symbolic gesture to justify your six-figure education. YouTube has come to bail the schooling system out though, with a virtual graduation event dubbed Dear Class of 2020, announced this week and set to be livestreamed on June 6th at 3PM ESTTheir roster for the occasion is probably has a bit more pedigree than what your own college would’ve provided: Expect commencement speeches by Barack & Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, BTS, and more, as well as appearances by the likes of Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, and Zendaya. Read more about this zoomer-core event, here.


Interlude+ 2017

Creative Direction / Experiential / Branding

  • Speakers: Devonté Hynes / Discwoman / Mixpak / XL Recordings / Mixmag / Jules Gimbrone
  • Venue: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

We launched NY Music Month’s first ever hands-on music and art youth workshop series for & by the LGBTQ+ community, bringing together respected musicians, artists and industry leaders to inspire a new generation of creatives in a nontraditional educational environment.

To celebrate Mayor de Blasio’s announcement of New York Music Month, we partnered up with the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment to create INTERLUDE+, a hands-on queer youth music and art program with three sessions and six guest speakers.

Hosted in two spaces we uniquely designed in collaboration with Nitemind and From the Source, we curated an interactive program that broke down the barriers between artist and audience.

We replaced sterile seating, desks, and fluorescent lighting with astroturf, recycled wood tables, and neon lights, creating an experimental learning environment that kept youths engaged and relaxed.

Our one-of-a-kind curriculum included a lecture on dance and happiness with Dev Hynes, CDJ tutorials with Discwoman, live sound experiments with Jules Gimbrone, and more.