Ari Fitz is a YouTuber, fashion blogger and filmmaker amongst many other titles. Today, she’s known for her weekly style, travel and lifestyle content.
She’s amassed a following of close to 100,000 people who follow her daily life on her personal YouTube. Her subscribers, she affectionately refers to as her “MISFITZ”, anticipate a variety of videos from Ari on her channel from stylized travel videos to raw Q&A’s where she answers questions about her sex life.
She’s also the founder and curator of the TOMBOYISH project, which operates as both a web series and rapidly growing Instagram celebrating “tomboy style” in the many ways it’s defined. Ari’s personal style and the TOMBOYISH project has been featured by Vice, Huffington Post, NYLON and Autostraddle. The project has collaborated with major brands including Reebok Classics and Frank & Oak.
Ari is also known for her previous role as a cast member on MTV’s Real World Ex-Plosion and as a former androgynous model for Levi’s and Macy’s.
Dannielle is the Co-Founder and CEO of Radimo, a collective of humans working toward living their best lives, launched in 2016. Radimo is a site dedicated to mindfulness, living well, honesty, positive change, and making the choice that will make your life better. In 2010, she founded Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber and Everyone is Gay. She has written for Nylon Magazine, MTV Style, Autostraddle, and co-authored This is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids in 2014. Dannielle is currently living the dream in Los Angeles, producing a web-based video series on fashion and gender, and designing a unisex clothing line for Radimo.
Last year, Julia Nunes traded her Brooklyn boy problems for love in Los Angeles and wrote about 80 songs in the process. She released Some Feelings September 2015, it will make you cry and also dance. Her first paid gig was opening for Ben Folds on a tour in 2008. Now 26, she’s toured with A Great Big World, played Bonnaroo twice (where she jumped in on Weezer’s set) and performed on Conan. On the horizon are music videos, acoustic sessions, collaborations with some special guests, and a fully acoustic version of the album.
She'll also be writing about minimalism, getting healthier, and being good to yourself for Radimo.LA in 2016.
Brittani Nichols is a comedy writer and actor that performs stand-up, sketch, and improv at Upright Citizens Brigade, iO West, The Clubhouse, and other venues in/around Los Angeles. She appears as the recurring character, Nicol, in Season 2 of Amazon's Emmy-winning comedy, Transparent and Parker in Buzzfeed's You Do You which premiered at #1 on iTunes. Previously, Brittani created and starred in the popular web series, Words With Girls, which went on to be a pilot produced by the star and creator of HBO's Insecure, Issa Rae.
Recently Brittani started a podcast called Brand New Podcast with fellow comedian, Ariana Lenarsky, to showcase her neurosis and give other people something to cry and laugh about. This year she wrote, starred in, and co-produced an indie comedy feature called Suicide Kale which will be playing festivals in 2016.
When not performing, Brittani enjoys playing basketball, talking about her own hair, desperately trying to convince people she's important, refusing to Instagram pictures of food but Snapchatting every Blue Apron meal she makes, and knowing 99% of the words to the musical, Hamilton.
Jenny Owen Youngs is a singer, songwriter, and natural history enthusiast who grew up in the forests of northern New Jersey and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. She self-released her first album Batten the Hatches in 2005, then went on to release two albums and three EPs through the Canadian indie label Nettwerk Records. More recent years have seen a return to her DIY roots with the self-release of her most recent album (An Unwavering Band of Light) and EP (Slack Tide). She has toured extensively through the US and Europe, both as headliner and support to artists such as Regina Spektor, Motion City Soundtrack, Against Me!, and Amanda Palmer. Her songs have been heard on Weeds, Nurse Jackie, Catfish, and in Victoria's Secret stores the world over. There's a pretty decent chance she has watched more cumulative hours of Buffy the Vampire Slayer than you or anyone you know.
National touring standup Rhea Butcher has been seen on NBC's Last Comic Standing, Buzzfeed & Funny or Die. Rhea is the host of weekly standup podcast and live show Put Your Hands Together and her debut album is forthcoming from Kill Rock Stars.
Bell's Roar is the solo project from Bronx native Sean Desiree. In June 2015 Bell’s Roar signed to Firebrand Records, the new activist label from Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine. The tone of the project is best described by the source of its name feminist writer Bell Hooks. The music is inherently melodic; layers of dynamic instrumentation, soulful vocals, and post-rock guitar laden beat making create energetic and electronic compositions. They released their second EP, Second Chances Vol. 1 in November of 2015. They have opened for acts such as, MS MR, Mirah, K Flay, THEESatisfaction and Chrisette Michele. You can stream Bell’s Roar on Soundcloud.
Cameron Esposito is a standup comic, actor and writer. You've seen her on NBC, CBS, Comedy Central, TBS, E!, the Cartoon Network, Buzzfeed, Amy Poehler's Smart Girls and in the movie Mother's Day alongside Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston and Kate Hudson, out in spring 2016.
Mal Blum writes songs and other things that aren't songs. Their last album (out now on Don Giovanni Records) was mostly just first-person narratives about depression set to punk music. They also play in a band and tour around the country. Critics often call their writing "funny" or "tongue-in-cheek" but that's just because they use humor to deflect from their vulnerabilities and an unrelenting vast, existential hollow lolol. See you at camp!