Mia Nakano has her hands in everything from figuring out back end logistics, photography and lighting tech, editing films, web design, exhibition printer, lecturer, and underrated administrative powerhouse. She contributes to a multitude of organizations and to make social justice.  Nakano was a co-founding member of Hyphen Magazine and her work has been featured in Colorlines, Motherjones.com, DemocracyNow!, and freethehikers.org. When she’s not cranking out her latest project, you can find her in the kitchen, darkroom, or building a terrarium out of found objects.

Nakano is the primary photographer, videographer, editor, web-mistress, and rampant facebooker behind the Visibility Project. 


Shawn Tamaribuchi (NYC | 2011) holds a BA in Photography / Digital Media from Scripps College, and has completed studies at the Glasgow School of Art. For the past six years she has worked in the commercial and performing arts worlds. Her previous film, an animation short called Kenn’s Dream, screened at the Mad Cat Women’s International Film Festival and is included in the Asian American Media curriculim at Bryn Mawr College. She is currently a producer at Pink & White Productions, purveyors of queer, feminist, adult cinema. Her primary interests reside in the realm of digital-media and experimental art, and her performances and visual work has been seen locally, nationally, and internationally. Just some of the projects Shawn has been involved with include: The 24hourshow art collective, the Visibility Project, twincest, and Readjust Economies of Desire. Shawn is occasionally invited to lecture at universities and festivals about the politics of representation through the lenses of feminist, queer, and racial theories.

Christine Pan // SF & LA // 2009


Lydia Gonzales // SF // 2009
Becca Leung // SF & LA // 2009
Shawn Tamaribuchi // NYC // 2011


Maggie Lee // Philadelphia // 2012


Tonilynn Sideco // Oakland // 2010