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Welcome To Our Den


SEAN HERMAN

Sean Herman is a father, tattooer, writer and creator.  Born moving, he was involved in all kind of movements from missionary work in youth,  to punk rock to anarchism, these elements are what shaped him to be who he is today, all completely different, and all the same.  The one thing that was always a constant was positivity and the art of creation.  Learn more at www.seanherman.com


AMANDA HERMAN

Southern writer and creator. Vegan recipe experimentalist. Discoverer. Adventurer. Wife and mom to the hyper focused and wildly creative. I've been referred to by the Smithsonian as an Amazonian Gladiator. Proud supporter of PMA and big hair. By the time I've reached my golden years, I would like at least one person to be able to say, "That old bat may be crazy as a loon, but she can tell a damn good story".


vernon T. HIGHTOWER

A Thanksgiving baby, conceived during Carnival season, born under a Satsuma tree and raised on the Delta, Vernon T. Hightower has traveled the globe and every inch of these United States with his sometimes-band, The Pine Hill Haints. Finally settling in the Bayou Country of the Deepest South to make his living as a 3rd Generation railroader, he seeks out the swampy soul of the Gulf Coast, peering through Spanish moss and plastic beads to get at the eldritch truths that may be buried there.


JD WILKES

JD Wilkes is an American musician, visual artist, author, filmmaker and self-proclaimed "southern surrealist".  He is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, Being compared to inconoclasts like david byrne, iggy pop, or jerry lee lewis, and with his small, wiry frame and intense, incandescent performances, it's not hard to see why. but while he plays the carnival barker onstage, he's a dedicated lifelong student of true southern culture. wilkes is also a published writer, having recently authored the book barn dances and jamborees across kentucky, an explorations of his state's social music and dance history based on extensive fieldwork and research. a true southern renaissance man, wilkes is an accomplished visual artist as well as a documentary filmmaker. More at Jdwilkes.com


GIDEON C. KENNEDY WRITER/DIRECTOR

GIDEON HAS DIED IN URBAN LEGEND, BEEN WORSHIPED BY A FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION OF WHICH HE WAS NOT A PART AND HAD A SINGLE-BARREL SCOTCH THAT HE CAN’T AFFORD NAMED AFTER HIM. INTERESTED IN EXPLORING OTHER SUCH FACTUAL FICTIONS, HE WRITES AND CO-DIRECTS WITH CO-DIRECTOR AND EDITOR MARCUS ROSENTRATER AND THEIR INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION COMPANY, CLIMENOLE LLC. BESIDES OPENING AND/OR OPERATING SEVERAL ART-HOUSE THEATRES IN ATLANTA, GA AND MOBILE, AL, HE HAS BEEN THE PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR FOR THE SOAL FILM FESTIVAL SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 2009, CURATING FILM EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR THAT CULMINATE IN A THREE-DAY FESTIVAL EACH NOVEMBER. ADDITIONALLY, GIDEON HAS BEEN A GRANT REVIEW PANELIST FOR THE ALABAMA STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND HAS SERVED ON NUMEROUS JURIES AND FILM SELECTION COMMITTEES, INCLUDING THE SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL IN PARK CITY, UT AND THE SOUTHERN CIRCUIT TOUR OF INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS.

MARCUS ROSENTRATER EDITOR/DIRECTOR

MARCUS IS A COMMERCIAL ANIMATOR, INDEPENDENT FILMMAKER AND COMMUNITY-BASED CURATOR IN ATLANTA, GA. AS LEAD ANIMATOR AT FLOYD COUNTY PRODUCTIONS, MARCUS PERFORMS CHARACTER ANIMATION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS COMPOSITING FOR FX NETWORKS' HIT SHOW “ARCHER”. PARTNERED WITH GIDEON C. KENNEDY IN THEIR INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION COMPANY, CLIMENOLE LLC, HE HAS CO-DIRECTED AND EDITED NUMEROUS DOCUMENTARY SHORTS, SCREENING IN OVER 50 CITIES INTERNATIONALLY AND WINNING SEVERAL AWARDS. IN ADDITION TO MAKING FILMS, MARCUS ALSO SERVES ON THE SELECTION COMMITTEE FOR THE ATLANTA FILM FESTIVAL AND CURATES AND EXHIBITS RARE, EXPERIMENTAL, NON-FICTION AND ESSAY FILMS THROUGH HIS YEAR-ROUND SERIES, CONTRABAND CINEMA.


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Emma Wilson

emma is a writer, poet, and photographer studying at the University of Alabama. "Been going through 'that rebellious stage' for three years now. Writer and photographer. Talker to trees. Watcher of bad reality television. Uses the word “rad” too much. Currently not taking questions about my future. I know a little about a lot of things, but I do know I want to travel, do cool yoga poses and eat good food." 

 

 

Brittny Habibti

Brittny Habibti is a California soul with a Palestinian heart and an Alabama accent. She runs Open Our Eyes, a non-profit that uses music + honest conversation to help heal brokenness, and What The Falafel, an alternative lifestyle brand. She has a very unhealthy amount of knowledge of vampires, fairies, mermaids, aliens and reality television. Her heart bleeds for the black + LGBTQ community and young women knowing their worth. She runs away from a calm course of existence. She also likes to shoot people. With a camera.

 

Christian Baxter Mott

Native to the rainiest city in the country, Christian has a desperate passion for stories, boneyards, lore, ghosts, and Gothic literature from its roots in Europe all the way to the American South. He is a Southern Whiskey-Gent pumped full of rugged English beer-blood, adorned in refinement, brandishing both swagger and mourning, declaring goodness and tobacco as a fine way of life. He gets away with roasting coffee, Editing the Ant Farm Journal, acting, thinking outside the box, writing whatever he wants, and defending what’s right—until they catch him, that is. But until that day comes, if that day comes, he’ll be out there living, alive, and doing the damned thing.

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Siôn Smith (pronounced Sean as in Connery) is a writer who dislikes writing in the third person so much, I'm not going to do it anymore. I write longhand with a Waterman because the alternative is just typing. I was once described as 'Byronesque' which may be the nicest thing anybody ever said about me. 

I began grown up life putting in ten years as a singer/songwriter. I then went on to create and edit Burn Magazine and Zero Magazine (a couple of rock music magazines) and right now, am the editor of Skin Deep tattoo magazine… which is how I come to be playing in Mr Herman’s sandpit.

I have a thing for books, old monster movies and the rain. I like samurai ways, art, airports, coffee and saving bears. I own only twelve things because you should never own so much that you can't leave town with your world in the car. 

If you’re of a curious mind, you can find me here: www.sionsmith.co.uk