Aaron Rose is an artist, film director, curator and writer. In the 1990’s, he founded the Alleged Gallery in New York, which helped launch the careers of many of today's top contemporary artists. He directed the feature documentary film Beautiful Losers based on his experiences during that time. He continues to work in a variety of mediums on projects worldwide. He founded Make Something Workshops in 2008.
Paul Mittleman has 20+ years of experience in creative direction, branding design and business management connecting global brands to street culture. Over the course of his career he’s worked intimately with artists such as Virgil Abloh, Myley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams and Tyler The Creator, as well as international brands Live Nation, Adidas, Nike, Pepsi and Supreme.
Emma Reeves has an extensive background working across all aspects of cultural communication and new media in the print, digital and live space. Beginning her career as photo editor of Dazed & Confused and Another magazine she has since worked as a creative consultant for global brands and non-profit organizations. She is currently the photo editor for Rolling Stone magazine.
Molly Small is an events producer and curator in music and visual arts. With 20 years of experience, she has worked with musicians and visual artists from all genres, using venues ranging from abandoned city pools to football stadiums, with brands such as Levi’s, Nike, the NBA and The New York Times. Molly joined Aaron as a partner in Make Something in 2010.
Melodie McDaniel is a documentary, commercial and celebrity photographer and film director. She works with fluency between the worlds of fashion, music, fine art, and commercials. Melodie has created photography and music videos for musical acts such Madonna, David Bowie, Rihanna, Patti Smith, Tori Amos, Annie Lennox, and more.