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A few new places where we are….. The “Elsewhere”
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Who’s crazy idea is it to take on a project like The Industry? Meet Cherie. Founder, Chief Storyteller, Entrepreneur, Film enthusiast, Mother - not necessarily in that order.
Cherie Marquez graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelors in Business Administration then continued on to the University of California, Los Angeles to earn her Master’s degree. Marquez started her work in Los Angeles by working with various production companies for major networks and managing productions globally.
Marquez has worked for companies such as Bunim/Murray Productions, A. Smith & Co. Productions, Mentorn Productions and MTV Productions producing shows for FOX, MTV, ABC and VH-1. She brings a broad sense of creativity, project management, including show running, budgets, production coordination, scheduling and planning and has successfully seen projects from start to completion.
Marquez founded Through The Eyes Productions in 2010 and is working on several programs to help the independent filmmaker succeed and tell their story as well as continuously working to tell her own stories to the world.
Let’s meet the designers of what could be “The Industry” …..
Although his educational background is in architectural design and he is a licensed architect in Thailand, Bundit’s passion lies in everything that has to do with design. From houses, buildings, to furniture, set design, old t-shirts, and recycled bottles, all of these things he has tried to design. He also believes strongly that good design is approachable, accessible and can inspire others.
Bundit received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington, Seattle in 1994 and received a full scholarship to attend Massachusetts Institute of Technology for his Master of Architecture degree. Upon his return to Thailand after receiving his degree from MIT in 1998, Bundit taught architecture on a university level for seven years and established Tadpole Studio during this time. He returned to the US to be an instructor at the University of Hawaii Manoa’s School of Architecture in 2005. Besides having taught architecture at the university level, Bundit also taught second graders arts at the Linekona Art Center as a volunteer.
Outside of his academic endeavors and under Tadpole Studio, Bundit designed several private residences and resorts in Thailand. In Hawaii, he has worked with the award-winning architecture firm Urban Works from 2008 to 2011 on a wide range of projects from schools to transit facilities. In his free time, Bundit has embarked on a variety of projects with fellow designers and artists, including cap-a-city with Kirk Malanchuk, an installation art piece using used bottles and caps and, This used to be…”, Angry Animal t-shirts using old t-shirts with new graphics designed by various artists. He resides with his wife and dog in Honolulu where he enjoys swimming in the ocean.
Kirk Malanchuk is a designer currently living and working in Honolulu. He is a flatlander, a foreigner, a pedestrian, and a cyclist. He is influenced by everyday experiences, and always has a camera, a pen, and notebook with him.
Kirk is educated in environmental design, with an emphasis on architecture and has had work published in student architectural journals. He has worked collaboratively on installations and self initiated guerilla design projects. Professionally, he has experience working in architecture and graphic design on a project spectrum including commercial, educational, and retail. While Kirk is based in Honolulu, he has worked on projects for major corporations and non-profits in the US, Canada, Japan and China.
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