ALEX Shi - Photograhy
Busy Beds is the project of Tyler Agnew, also of Everyday Life and Blue Plutos. The project’s new EP, The Internet is the Real World, veers in an entirely new direction — one where ethereal soundscapes and lush samples are incorporated. Like Everyday Life or Blue Plutos there’s an incorporation of serene folk-minded acoustics, but Busy Beds seems to be more embracing of the electronic side, which perfectly matches ASTC's music style and influences. The result is an unpredictable soundtrack, a rare balance that captures several audiences attention.
LUCIE SOREL - makeup & DESIGN
Lucie Sorel is a Brooklyn based makeup artist and hair stylist which specializes in working with all natural and eco friendly products. She works on a wide range of projects including film, editorial, and performing arts. Lucie got her start in makeup and hair styling at a very early age as a dancer, performing with a ballet repertory company and in dance competitions around the US. She is honored to be working with the incredible talent and creative ingenuity that is Alternative Synergy The Company, where she works as make up artist and stylist. She also sells vintage clothing, does Henna tattoos, draws and dances.
elli lytra - Film & production
Elli Lytra is Founder of LADYBUG NY(www.nyladybug), a Creative Digital Studio based in NYC. Born and raised in Greece, she has a demonstrated history of working in the Marketing and Advertising industry for the last 10 years. She has strong Video Production skills both in Film & Motion Graphics Animation.
Elli has been both the Videographer and the Video Editor for Alternative Synergy the Company. Every time she is trying to capture not only the best moments, but also provide with conceptual and creative promo videos that will bring ASTC to the next level.
LI SABAS - MUSICIAN
LI is a literary, visual, and performing artist born & residing in New York. His multidisciplinary body of work draws from a wide array of mentorships and self-learning, which uniquely culminate into a plethora of poetry, compositions, film, and more. The eclecticism of LI's work does not take away from his philosophical axiality; on the contrary, the diversity of styles and tones LI internalizes centers around his multifarious comprehension of self. Thus, LI's work documents an exploration of the infinite question: "what is 'I,' & why?"