Mokshini Nadeesha Godamunne is a multi-disciplinary artist, with a professional focus on fashion illustration. Her creative output ranges from painting to storyboarding, concept sketching, editorial, and textile design. Originally from New Zealand, Mokshini now resides in New York. Her body of work has appealed to publications and brands such as Harper’s Bazaar, Huffington Post, Rizzoli’s, V Magazine, Ralph Lauren and J Crew. Mokshini’s direct and spontaneous approach to drawing has also gained her recognition in the live drawing arena, where you’ll find her at any given fashion event, spitting out in rapid fire, her distinctly signature fashion sketches. Clients include New York Fashion Week, Colombo Fashion Week, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and Prabal Gurung. Nadeesha has been highlighted and editorialized for her own personal style on websites such as J.Crew, AG Jeans, The Collective Magazine, and Man Repeller.
Terri Lynn Martin spent 20+ years as a TV News/Entertainment Producer and Executive Producer before becoming a strength trainer and lifestyle/talent coach. She infused her hard-core show business career experience and discipline into her clients, many of who are television, film and stage talent. Teri Lynn is now her own boss, as an independent business owner and health fitness expert at Teri Lynn Life LLC.
Marie Faustin is a comedian and actress who was a 2017 “New Face of Comedy” at the International Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Marie has appeared at Comedy Central's Clusterfest, GQ Magazine, MTV, MTV2, VH1, The BET Awards and TruTV. In 2016, Marie became the host of Oxygen's Very Real Talk. She's a regular feature in Time Out NY. Marie also co-hosts the weekly podcast: The Unofficial Expert. She was a YouTuber for a while and started her YouTube as a natural hair vlog but her subscribers kept commenting how funny she was and cared more about her humor than hair, so she started testing out some stand up!
Always hosted by Marina Franklin- Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, and HBO's Crashing