Chesher Cat is a photographer, filmmaker, writer, director, and storyteller based in New York. She began her career as a rock and roll photographer and journalist - shooting hundreds of performances up and down the west coast, including Led Zeppelin, Elton John, the Eagles, George Harrison, the Bee Gees, to name a few. She has published two coffee-table books, Starart and Everybody I Shot Is Dead.
Chesher has directed two short films, End of the Innocents and Chuck E.'s Too Big A Deal. She is currently working on her third film, My First Kiss, inspired by her wild and wonderful rock and roll experiences.
Chesher's most recent photography project culminated in The Paris Project, which showcased her explorations of Paris in summer 2016. This and End of the Innocents were both products of successful crowdfunding campaigns.
Stephen Jones is a writer, researcher, and amateur photographer based in Brooklyn. He is pursuing a PhD in Geography at the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Stephen writes about art and architecture, prison and policing, and political organizing. His current project is entitled The Bunker Hill Story: Welfare, Redevelopment, and Housing Crisis in Postwar Los Angeles.
Jefferson Randall is a filmmaker, editor, writer, and musician from New York City. He has written and directed six short films, created several musical projects, and is an avid creative writer of short stories, plays, and poems. He is currently a student at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, where he is studying film, english, and photography.