Fred has interviewed Princess Anne and covered the Royal Wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton for radio stations throughout the United States while working as a Royal Correspondent for WCIU TV's "You and Me This Morning" in Chicago. Splitting his time between Chicago, Houston and London, Fred has a unique perspective on world events. With an expertise in "everything royal", Fred has built a reputation as "Chicago's Royal Watcher". An Emmy award winning TV Producer, Fred's time in London has afforded him the opportunity to observe and report on some of the most significant events to impact Europe during the last few years.
Katie is a Brooklyn based muralist, community artist and children’s book illustrator. Her work has enabled her to travel and create visual dialogues with Cuban children, Namibian teens, Japanese auto manufacturers and indigenous women inmates fighting for gender equality and non-violence within the prisons of Chiapas, Mexico. For many years, Katie led Voices Her’d, a public art program for young women (www.groundswellmural.org), where teen girls address critical issues in the form of large-scale public art. Additionally, Katie teaches art at Ballet Tech, the New York City Public School for Dance. She has illustrated two books and is currently completing Fish for Jimmy, as both author and illustrator. It is a story of two brothers in the Japanese internment camps of WWII. Katie earned her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
At age 14, Chef Guerrieri became infatuated with the kitchen while working at Dante’s pizzeria on Long Island, New York. He established himself as a young restaurateur by his early 20’s, opening Mannino's -- a favorite stop for Hampton’s bound travelers. Soon after, Michael's Elegant Affairs opened, a catering company serving New York’s high society, and entertainment industry. A love affair with Portugal years later led Chef Guerrieri to open Mezzaluna Lisbon where he prepares gastronomic creations showcasing his artistic talents. Combining old fashioned Portuguese tastes, a splash of Italy and a touch of New York City, his latest venture in the heart of Manhattan, City Sandwich, provides affordable, personalized gourmet sandwiches for people on the go. (Photo courtesy of Patricia Andrade)
Olga Iserlis is the Director and creative force behind TWISE, a Singapore-based company specializing in high profile lifestyle event conceptualization, production and management. Whether they’re gala events, charity fundraisers, or musical soirees, Olga’s affairs are renowned for their originality, meticulous planning, elegant and unusual settings, and of course, plenty of glamour. Throughout the years, Olga has staged events for Audemars Piguet, Van Cleef & Arpels, Diane von Furstenburg and Black Centurion American Express Card among others. One of Olga’s most recent large-scale projects was a full Valentino Retrospective, held at Resorts World Sentosa Singapore, developed in conjunction with Les Arts Decoratifs Museum of Paris and with assistance from the House of Valentino in Milan. email@example.com
Most of Klaus’ career was spent as a freelance IT consultant before turning to photography, which he studied at Parsons and at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He began to receive worldwide attention in 2007 when his portrait of “Mother & Daughter” was short listed for the Photographic Portrait Prize at London’s National Portrait Gallery. Subsequently, Klaus received numerous accolades, including winning the prestigious Curator Award/Emerging Artist of the Year in 2011 for Still Photography from Photo District News. His Arcimboldo Series is featured in the May 2012 issue of National Geographic magazine. Klaus resides in both New York City and his native Mexico City.