With over ten years experience, I have worked with artists from coast-to-coast on studio recordings, remote/location recordings, live video performances, and more. I have a high attention to detail, but am not necessarily a perfectionist. A strong believer of Gabriel Roth’s “shitty is pretty,” I encourage the artists I work with to experiment and explore to find sounds that feel distinctly their own — no matter the route it takes to get there.
Since 2020, Jess has been the creative director for The Desert Island Big Band, contributing to campaigns such as "Six-Shooter," "Playboys & Dishes," and "Yellow" through concept, set design and video production, writing and directing, social media content, and promotional photography. She is a constant well of ideas, and thrives in a brainstorming environment. Her preferred visual style is where the Venn diagram of high glam, spook, and trailer trash intersect. She is not afraid to get crafty, and is incredibly accommodating to budgets of any size. Jess is currently working with The Desert Island Big Band and Emma Oh on their next releases.
Dom is a Director/DoP based in Toronto and one of the co-founders of K Collective. With a background in commercial video, Dom has experience producing video campaigns for clients including CIRA, Diving Canada, Giant Tiger, and Canadian North Airlines. Dom’s real passion is music videos, where his work has garnered finalist nods from festivals around the world.
Hi, I’m Dante Lupiccini, a graphic designer and visual artist based in Toronto. I’ve had the opportunity to work with local brands and like-minded creatives to help bring a clear approach and unique graphic solutions. I specialize in corporate design which includes logos, branding, as well as illustration services. I enjoy incorporating them together to create a cohesive design that speaks with both imagery and text. Growing up with morning cartoons accelerated my journey into illustration. I like to incorporate 40s and 50s art styles into my illustrations derived from the older work of Fleischer studios and Disney. My goal is to create expressive work that triggers curiosity, excitement and conversation.
Erin Morrison, founder of Late Night Vintage, is a vintage stylist from Ottawa. Thrifting and vintage clothing have both been significant passions of mine since my teen years and have now grown into a full undying love. I find much of my inspiration from movies, music, and pop culture.
Lover and local music scene enthusiast, I want to find my place in supporting these talented musicians across Ontario. My goal with styling is to help them express themselves through clothing just like the music they play does. I want all my clients to feel supported and feel open enough to express themselves through the clothing I provide.
LNV Style is recognised by bold colours, prints, textures, and unique styles of the clothing themselves. Tying in 80s Grandma chic and 70s glam rock and a little bit of 90s grunge. With the slogan “Be sexy but keep it stupid” resonating in most of the clothing. Late Night Vintage is wild, fun, and unexpected.
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