Musician, Climber, Researcher, Buddhist Inspired, Adventurer & Book Lover
RETR0 KAM (@retrokam)
Tanya Torp (@tanyatorp)
Ordinary Radical, activist, community organizer, ragamuffin, lover of people, lover of my community. Always in need of grace. Daughter, wife, sister, friend, good neighbor (or striving to be).
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Bud Hoffman (@budhoff66)
Father, Husband, Organizer of things...
Looking for etiquette and sanity in social media.
Terry Sieting (@sietingt)
Spartan • Minimalist • ACD @ Traction
Creator of On The Books.
Letitia Trent (@letitiatrent)
I write books of poetry & novels & short stories & nonfiction. Find me @ Dark House Press, Sundress Publications, The Nervous Breakdown, Bright Wall in a Dark Room.
Will Geddes (@will)
Multidisciplinary graphic designer and art director based in San Francisco. Amateur DJ. And huge fan of any and all dogs.
Tyler Nees (@neest)
A 22 year old, Senior, SOU Psychology Major, Student Leader, RHA President, No Frills 2015 Conference Chair, Friend, Gay male, and all around fun guy :)
Remi X (@remix)
Music maker, dance dreamer, comix consumer, wine worker.
One half of synthpop duo VICEREINE
Heaven's Gateway Drugs (@heavensgatewaydrugs)
counter culture cult rock band
Dave Mitchell (@d_mitch)
Appreciator of tone, enthusiast of sneakers, dismisser of wackness. Old. Edge. Reasonably well dressed.
Tina Fruelund (@frufrulund)
Chris Limbrick (@climbrick)
Chris Limbrick is a film and digital photographer who has an obsession of capturing slivers of time.
As a multimedia artists based in New York City, his works of art start in the field through careful observations of his surroundings. Influence of subject matter is dictated based on mood and the juxtaposition of beauty and chaos. To preserve this artistic vision, the majority of prints are hand crafted in his private darkroom for controlled experimentation and expression.
Chris’s work has been recognized and published by TIME, CNN, The Washington Post, Smithsonian Magazine, Major Syndicated News Network, among others. His work as co-creator of the FoolsDoAr
Photographer from Moscow, Russia.