NMDQ Team

 

Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.

 
  Sasha Arutyunova is a Moscow-born, Brooklyn-based freelance photographer. The primary focus of her work is the exploration of personal narratives through intimate detail, by way of photography and short form video. Sasha is a co-founder of documentary production company and artist collective Nomadique, for which she serves as a producer, curator and community organizer. She has also served as a camera operator and photographer for audiovisual collective Mason Jar Music since 2010. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The California Sunday Magazine, and MONOCLE. Her Instagram account won her free cupcakes for a year. You can follow her at @sashafoto. 

 

Sasha Arutyunova is a Moscow-born, Brooklyn-based freelance photographer. The primary focus of her work is the exploration of personal narratives through intimate detail, by way of photography and short form video. Sasha is a co-founder of documentary production company and artist collective Nomadique, for which she serves as a producer, curator and community organizer. She has also served as a camera operator and photographer for audiovisual collective Mason Jar Music since 2010. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The California Sunday Magazine, and MONOCLE. Her Instagram account won her free cupcakes for a year. You can follow her at @sashafoto. 

  Jimmy Chalk is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Brooklyn, New York. Aside from his role as co-founder of Nomadique, his personal work has appeared in The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Christian Science Monitor, as well as in campaigns for non-profits organizations including Amnesty International, the World Bank and Transparency International. Jimmy loves maps, prefers cupuacu to coffee and can be found on Twitter @jimmychalk.

 

Jimmy Chalk is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Brooklyn, New York. Aside from his role as co-founder of Nomadique, his personal work has appeared in The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Christian Science Monitor, as well as in campaigns for non-profits organizations including Amnesty International, the World Bank and Transparency International. Jimmy loves maps, prefers cupuacu to coffee and can be found on Twitter @jimmychalk.

  Andrew Ellis creates films that highlight injustice and challenge stereotypes through humanizing, intimate storytelling with award winning cinematography. His documentary Figure Father grapples with the emotional challenges of reentry from prison, while his quirky comedic portrait documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors flips ageism and gender stereotypes on their head. As Andrew’s films tour the film festival circuit he still values film education, teaching cinematography at New York University and creating a film education program for an NGO in Southern California that works with undocumented immigrants. Andrew’s latest film They Came at Night combines stylized fiction filmmaking with concrete social advocacy strategy for communities devastated by war in Central Africa.

 

Andrew Ellis creates films that highlight injustice and challenge stereotypes through humanizing, intimate storytelling with award winning cinematography. His documentary Figure Father grapples with the emotional challenges of reentry from prison, while his quirky comedic portrait documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors flips ageism and gender stereotypes on their head. As Andrew’s films tour the film festival circuit he still values film education, teaching cinematography at New York University and creating a film education program for an NGO in Southern California that works with undocumented immigrants. Andrew’s latest film They Came at Night combines stylized fiction filmmaking with concrete social advocacy strategy for communities devastated by war in Central Africa.

  Jonathan Seale was born in the flatlands of Texas and raised in the jungles of South America. After relocating to New York City in 2007, he co-founded Mason Jar Music and Nomadique, two collectives committed to fostering a community of artists in the city as well as producing work that is soulful and genuine. Following their collaboration with Grammy-winning artist Feist in 2012, Mason Jar Music was named the world's 6th most innovative music company by Fast Company Magazine. Nomadique's multi-media work has been featured by The New York Times, CNN, SXSW, and National Geographic Magazine.

 

Jonathan Seale was born in the flatlands of Texas and raised in the jungles of South America. After relocating to New York City in 2007, he co-founded Mason Jar Music and Nomadique, two collectives committed to fostering a community of artists in the city as well as producing work that is soulful and genuine. Following their collaboration with Grammy-winning artist Feist in 2012, Mason Jar Music was named the world's 6th most innovative music company by Fast Company Magazine. Nomadique's multi-media work has been featured by The New York Times, CNN, SXSW, and National Geographic Magazine.

  Katrina Sorrentino is a multimedia artist and producer from Chicago. She is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and the MFA Photography program at ICP-Bard. She is passionate about women's rights and social justice, and has done extensive work with Nomi Network, a nonprofit that fights human trafficking in India and Cambodia. You can find her on Instagram at @treenaphoto.

 

Katrina Sorrentino is a multimedia artist and producer from Chicago. She is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and the MFA Photography program at ICP-Bard. She is passionate about women's rights and social justice, and has done extensive work with Nomi Network, a nonprofit that fights human trafficking in India and Cambodia. You can find her on Instagram at @treenaphoto.