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Andy Allo Danielle Moinet Elise Eberle Hok Konishi


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photographer Lynzi

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by Sarah Ford

The Wanderer photographed by Eva Haftmann

Standstill photographed by Mike Ruiz

by Euan Danks

Interview with Elise Eberle by Olivia Louden

by Ella Uzan

by Maxim Beav

Interview with Andy Allo by Marie-Christin Tripolt

The Unicorn is Dead photographed Nameless Endless photographed

Dreamer photographed by Joshua Pestka

Leopard photographed by Anastasia Fursova

Cover Story Brandi Quinones by Rebecca Cramer

Pretty as a Picture photographed Interview with Danielle Moinet by Jessica Payne Farewell to the Sea photographed

by Mateusz Frycz

by Lynzi Judish

Born in Winter photographed by Kristina Varaksina

Ode to Harlem photographed

Interview with Hok Konishi by Marie-ChristinTripolt Paris mon Amour photographed by Remi Kozdra & Kasia Baczulis

art series Glam Jail photographed by Pol Kurucz


photographer Remi

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LYNZI JUDISH

Editor-in-Chief

MATTHEW VITA

Graphic Designer

DAVE BROWN

Web Developer

JESSICA PAYNE

Writer

MARIE-CHRISTIN TRIPOLT

Writer

OLVIA LOUDEN

Writer

REBECCA CRAMER

Writer

photographer Maxim Baev art director and stylist Ekaterina Belaya hair and make-up artist Rita Simone model Veta@Stella Model Management wears Anna Isoniemi jacket and Ida Sofia Tuomisto shoes


Another year has come and gone and I’m continually in awe of how time flies. It still feels like yesterday that I started Jute Magazine. To be honest, I can’t even remember how long it’s been off the top of my head. It’s 2018 now, which means our New Years resolutions are still being eagerly pursued (although I may or may not have already cheated on my diet…twice). What I can’t stop thinking about is what New Years resolutions mean for Jute. I remember early on with the publication I used to mention in my editors notes how we were hoping to eventually do a print run, but the older I get and the longer the publication runs the more I realize that a print run would be jumping on a sinking ship. So, it leaves me with questions on what makes sense for Jute. I’ve decided my big addition to Jute in 2018 will be a curated online shop on the website. I hope my readers are as excited about that as I am. I’m going to bring all sorts of one of-a-kind goodies from all over the world to the shop. I think you’ll love it! But let’s not stop there. What would you like to see in the new year? If you’re a fan of the publication and have some ideas email me and let me know. I would love to hear what you think!

Lynzi Happy New Year!


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By Olivia Louden

ELISE

EBERLE

Elise represents a new brand of actress: the women who grew up believing she could do anything and wasn’t about to let anything else get in their way. Her role as Mercy Lewis in Salem was so demanding that she needed time off to recuperate. Her character in the Last Tycoon finds out she has a tumor. Even the short film roles she had as a child represented wildly independent female characters. No, Elise doesn't shy away from an intense role. But whether she's in Salem in the 1600s or Hollywood in the golden age, she finds a way to make each role her own. As an imaginative child, her parents helped her get involved in making short films, and everything catapulted from there. I was able to ask Elise all about her roles and her childhood aspirations, and what came out was the story of following a dream, and always being yourself.

OLIVIA LOUDEN [OL]: Tell

work in Salem.

me a little bit about your

ELISE EBERLE [EE]: Salem gave me the opportunity to play such a range of different characters within one sole character. The amount of investment her character required was quite extensive but so incredibly rewarding. In the course of the three seasons, I discovered so much as an actor. It opened my eyes to worlds I never knew existed.  [OL]: Your character, Mercy Lewis, changed a lot over the course of the show. What can you tell me about that? [EE]: It just boils down to the writers thankfully believing in me. I am so lucky with what kind of material they gave me. I was game and I’m so glad they were too. [OL]: Mercy was a pretty intense character. Did you experience any character bleed? [EE]: Immediately after wrapping the first season of Salem, I escaped overseas to a farm in the south of

france for a few months in order to get as far away from the industry as possible. If that doesn’t give you an idea of how intense the experience was, I don’t know what will! During every season’s hiatus, I unintentionally just ended up hibernating. I guess I needed that break to refuel and feel fully rejuvenated before going back into the mind of a blood thirsty, psychopathic witchbitch. [OL]: Let's talk about The Last Tycoon. The show just wrapped up its first season. Can you describe the series and your character Kitty for those who haven't seen the show? [EE]: Actually, Kitty really has nothing to do with the main plot of the show besides living in Hollywood in the 1930s… my character is a homeless struggling artist who has just entered the Mercy Hospital (coincidence? ;)) as a patient and then soon finds out she’s diagnosed with a brain tumor. She seemingly has no promise of hope or prospect, but luckily finds solace in one of the hospitals volunteers, Rose (played by Rosemarie Dewitt) and together, the two lost women find meaning and strength in each other over the course of the season. 


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[OL]: Is it any different working on an Amazon series than for a television network? [EE]: What I love about Amazon is the amount of risks they are willing to take. It’s rare to see a network so open to the idea of chances and the “what if ’s.” That’s always how great art is produced.

[OL]: How did your parents feel about your involvement in the industry? [EE]: Man, I am so fortunate to have such a supportive family. There was never a plan b, no back up plans, nada. They also knew there was nothing they could do to stop me even if they tried...

[OL]: What can you tell me about your role in the Lumineers video for "Sleep on the Floor?” [EE]: The whole process of making SOTF was quite a beautiful experience. Isaac, the director, is one of my dear friends and we both have been wanting to work on a project together for years. He had the idea, I said "hell ya," so we took a road trip together, filmed it and had the time of our lives while sleeping on many different floors over the course of 5 days. We were beyond thrilled to see how many people were affected by it and loved it as much as we did making it.

How did you get into acting in short films? [EE]: My father, actually! Back in the early 2000’s when those Panasonic DVX-100’s were the bomb. com, we filmed buttloads of short films together. Whether it was recreating a scene from a movie, or hosting tutorials like “how to change oil in a car,” we were always playing around with that camera. We then ventured into making actual short films over the summers until I moved out of the house and became what they call, "an adult."

Your character goes on a free-spirited road trip across the country. Have you ever gone on a spontaneous adventure like that? Would you? [EE]: Oh, I’m a road trip junkie! My boyfriend and I travel by car all the time. In 2016 we visited 16 different states all over the country and most the ideas (mine) were planned out the day before. [OL]:

[OL]: Would you like to make music of your own? Have you already? [EE]: I play music, but make? No no… I don’t know how musicians do it. It enamors me. [OL]: I understand you're from Albuquerque, New Mexico. In what ways have your roots stayed with you? [EE]: Yes. My heart and soul is in my native land, New Mexico. I’m from a hybrid of both Albuquerque and Taos. Perhaps pride has been the longest and strongest root.

You got started in the business when you were fairly young. How did the work you did as a kid prepare you for your work as an adult? [EE]: I’m still figuring it out! [OL]:

[OL]:

[OL]: Is it difficult to get into a character's head in the brief amount of time you have making a short film? [EE]: Sometimes! But that’s when trusting yourself comes into play. [OL]: Having grown up with acting, how do you think it changed you as a person, outside of work? [EE]: Wow, what a great question! I think I’ve always been hyper aware and sensitive to peoples feelings but I’m now more aware of my surroundings. I'm always trying to figure out WHY people do what they do, and HOW they choose to do it, WHAT they're thinking, etc. Everyone deals with certain situations so differently; people just fascinate me. I’ve also grown to be more patient, assertive and comfortable in my own skin. As an actor, I believe you should know everything about yourself before diving into someone else’s psyche. You have to be completely transparent and vulnerable, which is sometimes very uncomfortable but also quite beautiful. [OL]: What are some of the characters, actors, and movies that inspired you as a kid? [EE]: The Magic School Bus was my all time favorite tv show. And The Borrows was one particular movie that I couldn’t get enough of. As was Matilda. Hook was a goodie too. I was such an imaginative little kid

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growing up, I would escape into another world even in the middle of a conversation at the dinner table. I couldn’t help it. Also, anything that involved magic would always catch my eye. I couldn’t get enough of it and still can’t!    [OL]: Do you remember a particular moment when you knew acting was what you wanted to do? [EE]: I was an only child so there were many times I didn’t have anyone to play with, which is when the mirror came into the picture. I would sit down on the carpet floor in my parents bedroom facing their full length mirror and start playing one character and then respond to that character I just played in the mirror as another character. I would spend hours in front of the mirror, improving a whole story that involved generally 5 different characters. I didn’t even know that was what you call “acting," I just loved doing it.

do you look for in an acting role? [EE]: Any character that breaks the gender specific stereotypes and exemplifies a real woman rather than an object in a man’s fantasy.

[OL]: Let's talk about your early role as a preteen in "Confessions of a Reluctant Bra Buyer," about an independent young girl named Rose who shops for her first bra. She was the first in a long line of strong female characters you've played. What makes Rose relatable? [EE]: Well I don’t know about you, but for me, I’m always reluctant when it comes to buying a new bra..

[OL]: What does it mean to be a powerful woman today? [EE]: Every woman is a powerful woman! We all just showcase it differently. Though I will say, it’s also important to acknowledge that a woman can do anything a man can do. Just because we have different bodies does not mean anything but just that. 

[OL]: Now that Salem has ended and the Last Tycoon

is on break, what's next? What are you currently working on? [EE]: Just finished up a movie in Seattle. It was my first time there and I just fell in love with it. I’m now currently looking at new projects and am so so excited to see what this new year has to offer.

[OL]: What

[OL]: What would you be doing if you weren't acting? [EE]: If I could, I’d make traveling a vocation.

What would be your dream project, and why? [EE]: It always changes but right now a dream project would be to learn a new language for a foreign film because of the challenge, of course! Also, just working with creative geniuses who push the boundaries in art and expectations. [OL]:

[OL]: What can we do to empower girls and help them become strong women? [EE]: Embracing your own strength. Don’t compare, don’t second guess, whatever makes you YOU, be it. Embrace it. LOVE it.

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ANDY

<< INTERVIEW

ALLO By Marie-Christin Tripolt

“I don’t know if the fans are ready for how rock and roll I am”, not many people can say that about themselves. But if there is someone out there who can, then it’s Andy Allo. The Cameroon-born actress, singer and songwriter is bold, talented and absolutely likeable. With Jute Fashion Magazine, she talked about her role in Pitch Perfect 3, why she’s never been good at predicting the future and how performing with Prince changed her. But read for yourself: MARIE-CHRISTIN TRIPOLT [MCT]: What are your current projects and what are you up to in 2018? ANDY ALLO [AA]: I’m currently working on another movie which will be announced soon and I released a Christmas EP for free as a gift to all my fans and folks who’ve been following me on my journey. I’m not sure what 2018 is set to bring but I’m really excited about the possibilities and have a feeling it’s going to be an amazing year.

lot of fans. I wouldn’t be the person I am today if our paths hadn’t crossed.

[MCT]: Do

[MCT]: What

you have a life motto? [AA]: Actually, I have a few but I’d say my main life motto is ‘Commit Fully, Passionately, Fearlessly And Never Give Up.’ [MCT]: What would you consider as your biggest success? [AA]: Wow. That’s hard. I’ve been very lucky to achieve a lot of success in what I do. I think one of my biggest successes so far has been working with Prince. That experience taught me a lot about myself and about being committed to the artistry. I got to travel the world, play on some of the biggest stages and make a

[MCT]: What

are you the proudest of? [AA]: I’m most proud of my tenacity and my ability to continue to get up and keep going no matter how many times I’m knocked down. I’ve been blessed with a strong spirit and nothing is going to stop me from achieving greatness. are your hopes for the future? [AA]:I really hope to get to a place in my career where I can use my platform to make more of a difference. I know that sounds really cheesy and cliché but I see no reason why people should be homeless, hungry, without clean water or education. There is so much abundance and plenty to go around so I want to find a way to help change things in the world. [MCT]: Where

do you see yourself in a few years? [AA]: I was always bad at answering this question in job interviews. In a few years, I see myself….doing this? I would actually like to get involved in other aspects

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of the industry like writing and directing. I think it’d be a lot of fun to produce a film and start creating projects of my own. I also see myself mentoring up and comers and giving them a voice and opportunity to create. [MCT]: What

is the best part about your job? [AA]: The people. Every job I get to meet and work with a group of people to create something incredible. Being an actor and musician is all about collaborating with others. I love that I get to learn from and share in that experience with people from all walks of life. I feel really lucky to have met and worked with so many wonderful folks so far. [MCT]: If you could give your younger self a piece of advice, what would it be? [AA]: My advice for younger Andy? Ha. “You don’t know anything and it’s going to be ok.” When I was younger, I thought I knew everything and the universe keeps teaching me how wrong I was. [MCT]: What is your biggest motivation that keeps you going? [AA]: Well...I’m a workaholic. Ok in all seriousness, I love what I do. I love acting. I love making music. When someone tells me that a song I wrote got them through something or a project I’m acting in brings them joy or makes them feel something, that’s motivation enough. Because of that, I have to keep creating and telling stories. [MCT]:

life?

What is the most important thing in your

[AA]: My family. They are my rock and my biggest supporters. [MCT]: Are there any specific artists out there that you would love to work with? [AA]: For music, I’d love to work with P!nk and

Bruce Springsteen. For acting, Tom Hanks and Ava Duvernay. [MCT]: You'll be on the big screen pretty soon. What does that feel like? [AA]: I can’t believe it. I saw the trailer while at the movies and got so excited. I was shouting in the theater and I’m sure people were wondering what was wrong with me. It’s a surreal moment because I’ve dreamed of being in a big movie for so long. I’m playing it pretty cool about it all right now but I think it’ll hit me more when I’m sitting watching the full movie. My brothers are coming with me to the premiere and they’re big babies so if they start crying, I’ll probably start crying too. [MCT]: How was it working with the cast of Pitch Perfect 3? [AA]: It was a blast! Every single person on set was so cool and supportive. Working with all the women was especially fun. Our band were the newbies on set so the Bellas really welcomed us in. The director, Trish Sie, created such collaborative environment where we could improvise and just play. [MCT]: When did you hear that you would be in the movie and what was your reaction like? [AA]: I got the call that I got the movie at the end of last year. When they told me, I screamed. I was so happy, started tearing up and I couldn’t believe it. I think at one point I didn’t know what to say and was completely speechless. This is such a dream come true. [MCT]: What can your fans expect seeing of you in Pitch Perfect 3? [AA]: Fans can expect to see me rocking it out with our band, Evermoist. I mean we really bring it. The Bellas don’t really stand a chance and I don’t know if the fans are ready for how rock and roll I am. I’m kidding. This character was so much fun to play. She makes some good jokes and has a lot of attitude and a lot sass. I can’t wait for everyone to see it.

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BRANDI

QUINONES Edited by Rebecca Cramer

Brandi Quinones first walked her iconic walk into the fashion world during the generation of the Supermodel. A contemporary of talents like Kate Moss, and Christy Turlington, Brandi was discovered buying shoes at a mall in Florida. Since then she has gone on to work many worldwide campaigns for design houses such as: Versace, Kenzo, Tommy Hilfiger, and Revlon.

A New York native, of Puerto Rican and Italian ancestry, her exotic air soon landed her on Chanelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s radar and she found herself in Paris where she became the exclusive face of Chanel for many years. She has graced the covers of many magazines, and worked with top photographers including Richard Avedon, Bruce Weber, and Herb Ritts among others. Brandi now resides in NYC and is still actively working in the industry in new projects and we had the opportunity to take a small part in her legendary career as a top model.


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DANIELLE

MOINET By Jessica Payne

As someone with ZERO athletic prowess, I have always been jealous of athletic women. I don’t watch a lot of sports (outside of Broncos Football), but I have been lucky enough to watch Raw on several occasions and I might have been slightly addicted to Total Divas. What do those things have in common you might be wondering? The answer is Danielle Moinet and her alter ego, Summer Rae. Danielle was also a quarterback and team captain with the Chicago Bliss in the Lingerie Football League. Clearly, she is a woman with many talents. I recently had the pleasure of getting to know Danielle and found out more about her fascinating work history and who she is behind the curtain. JESSICA PAYNE [JP]: Have you always been athletic? Did you grow up playing sports?

I played sports growing up, but I had to work hard and train to be an ‘athlete’. I wasn’t always the fastest or the most skilled, but through extra hours and training I made myself into the athlete I always wanted to be. Growing up I ran track, played tennis, and danced. DANIELLE MOINET [DM]:

[JP]: How did you decide to play in the Lingerie Football League? [DM]: I had just moved to Chicago from North Carolina and saw that they were starting a team there. I was familiar with them from the Super Bowl halftime games they had done in the past. After making it through the tryouts I was named captain and did all of the PR and media for our team and loved that! We had a great group of smart, strong women from all different walks of life and the time I spent with them all was very special.

[JP]: Why

did you retire from football?

[DM]: I always dreamt of being a WWE Superstar. At times I honestly didn’t know if it was even obtainable. I loved playing football and hustling in Chicago, but deep down I knew what it was that I really wanted to do, but I think it scared me. Maybe the fear of failure? The fear of rejection if I did go for it. I’m not sure, but I was hesitant to go after it, which is very unlike me in everything else I do. So, after three years of football & seeing the time and physical effort I put into it I thought to myself, I could be putting this into my actual passion and chase my dream. So, I did. [JP]: Did

you grow up watching wrestling?

[DM]: I definitely grew up watching wrestling. When I was young my dad and I would watch WWF on the weekends. It was kinda our thing! Now I bring him to Wrestlemania with me and have these full circle moments. It’s very cool to be able to share that with him!

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[JP]: Is Summer Rae just your wrestling persona or is

it an extension of yourself? [DM]: Summer Rae is an egotistical, self-centered, mean girl. And it’s SO fun to be that in the ring! A lot of people in the WWE have success with having a character that is an extension of themselves, but for me it was always easier slipping into something I’m not. Maybe I’ve always wanted to say these mean things to people, but am too nice too! haha! I don’t know, but its super fun. Fans now know from my social media that I am not like that, so it’s cool to play something different. [JP]: What

is it like to be in a video game? [DM]: Being in a video game is so crazy! It's wild and I’ll never get used to it. On top of my reactions are my friends that are gamers and the texts I receive every year when the game comes out! I’m very fortunate to have been in it for so many years. [JP]: Did you have any input on your how your character looks or acts? [DM]: I fully created Summer Rae alongside The American Dream Dusty Rhodes. He was a huge mentor to me. I created my gear and colors I wear along with my personality etc. Through the years she naturally evolved of course but yes, we have creative input.

What is it like being surrounded by all those women all the time? [DM]: Well, I was already surrounded by those women all the time so having the cameras there was no different. We are on the road up to 300 days a year, so we see each other more than family. We became very close and like family there are ups and downs, but the women of WWE are so smart, talented and such amazing leaders. [JP]:

[JP]: Do you have relationships with the women outside of the show? Is there anyone from the show that you would consider a friend? [DM]: Yes, I still talk to a lot of the first seasons cast. I went to Brie’s baby shower in the spring and supported

both the twins launch of their clothing line recently. I love seeing how far Eva has come after WWE and we talk still as well as Cameron. Though Nattie and I had some issues in the past, I love her and she was one of my favorites to work with in the ring. And I loved filming with Rosa as well, always a fun time! I constantly talk about my love for Trin on Twitter, so it’s no surprise when I tell you I want to be her in an afterlife! haha! But seriously, being on that show with them you form a little sisterhood and whenever we can we all get together; it's nice to have a reunion. I love supporting other women and encouraging success in the company, but also life after WWE. [JP]: I love reading about your work with the DTM Foundation. How did you get started with that? [DM]: The DTM foundation was actually started by my sister in Raleigh, NC where I am from. After suffering a loss of a child she worked with, she saw needs in the hospitals that weren’t being met and wanted to help make a change. Years later the DTM foundation is serving families in crisis at Duke and UNC Children’s hospitals and making a difference in their lives. I couldn’t be prouder of my sister and I do everything I can to help them! [JP]: What was it like working [DM]: Working the NASCAR

for NASCAR? circuit was amazing! They have such a sub culture and everyone is extremely nice, hardworking, and accommodating. I did the marketing campaign with Bobby Laborite’s race team and absolutely loved it. Being on so many different TV and radio shows every week was great, but being at the race and feeling the energy was unlike any other experience I’ve had! [JP]: How

does it feel when you get recognized in

public? [DM]: It’s still kinda weird I guess….haha! It depends how the person does it, but by now I’ve seen it all, so I don’t think about it too much. I think I seem approachable, but playing a mean person on TV I do get people saying they saw me but didn’t come up because of my character I play. Which is really funny to me! Someone in the business that I respect dearly told me one time “fans asking you for a picture shouldn’t bother you, it’s when they stop asking that

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I’ve always carried that with me as I completely agree with him!

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[JP]: Do you have a supportive fan base? [DM]: My fans are amazing! WWE fans are the best in the

world. They are so loyal and dedicated. Personally, my fans are just so great. They have been super supportive of me this year and I really appreciate it. They may not realize it, but they turn my bad days around, so for them I am very grateful! [JP]: Who have been your biggest supporters? [DM]: Early on in my WWE career my biggest supporter hands down was the late Dusty Rhodes. There was a period of time when I was in the wrestling school called FCW where he was the only one who believed in me. If he was in charge that day I was getting on the show because he saw something in me that at times I don’t think I saw in myself! I carry him with me everywhere I go now as I see how far I have come since those days. My parents have always been huge supporters for me as well. They both have always encouraged me to go after my dreams. They would always say “what’s the worst that will happen? You’ll fail? Ok, so what?” So, I appreciate them for that! [JP]: What do you do in your free time (do you have any?!?) [DM]: When I’m home I’m pretty low key. After years of being on the road when I am finally home I like to work out, cook dinner & watch TV. I love a good beach getaway with friends! In the summers I love to travel overseas. [JP]: Do you have any [DM]: I've wanted a

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HOK

KONISHI by Marie-Christin Tripolt

Hok Konishi is one of the few people out there that you can actually call “a multi-talent”. He dances, choreographs, nowadays also acts as a director and teaches. You might have seen him perform on FOX’s “So You Think You Can Dance” or on MTV’s “America’s Best Dance Crew”. And even if you are not into dancing, you definitely do know the famous names of the people he has already worked with. Madonna, Chris Brown and Demi Lovato are only a few names that appear on a very long list of celebrities that he has already done choreography for. In Jute Magazine, Hok talks about his Latin life motto, why dancing is like a universal language and his current projects. But read for yourself and find out what he has to say about his famous clients and (surprisingly) Bitcoins.

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K O H MARIE-CHRISTIN TRIPOLT [MCT]: First of all, we'd like to know whether you've got a life motto or mantra? HOK KONISHI [HK]: Memento Mori, which means "remember that you have to die" in Latin. I think that whatever we do, whatever we may possess, whatever we may believe in, that at the end of it all is that we are all going to die. It's definitely not a negative perspective in life though... it's actually the opposite. I think the important thing is to accept that time is limited for each and every single one of us so I just try to make the most of the time I have here. I try to enjoy life to the max and not to hurt people, and I feel like that is literally the most you can do.

What's the best part about being a dancer? [HK]: I love that dance is a universal language. You don't have to speak the same language, have the same belief, and can come from a totally different ethnic background. There is nothing cooler than meeting someone for the first time on the other side of the globe and instantly connecting with them through the language of dance. [MCT]:

[MCT]: You've already been working with so many incredibly talented and famous people, are you still nervous about working with them or has it become totally natural to you? [HK]: I believe fame is just a perspective. I love working with talented people that inspire me to bring my best.

[MCT]: How did it all start? Was there a special moment (like a key moment) when you knew that being a choreographer and dancer is what you want to be? [HK]: The first moment I watched people dancing on a Japanese TV show I was  mesmerized. I instantly knew that I wanted to make people feel the same way that moment made me feel. [MCT]: How does being Japanese influence your style of dance and do you benefit from having a different cultural background as many other dancers and choreographers that work in the U.S.? [HK]: I am  definitely  particular and very detail oriented. I believe those traits are deeply engraved in my Japanese DNA.

[MCT]: You've also started a career in directing, has this been a long-time plan or something that happened out of nowhere? [HK]: It's actually something that fell into place. Technically there are a lot of differences but in terms of creating a vision in which an audience can enjoy, I believe it's under the same umbrella as choreographing.  [MCT]: If you could choose any celebrity you want, who would you want to do choreography for next? [HK]: Bruno Mars! He is hands down the funkiest and I would love to work with him.  

[MCT]: You've been working with so many different inspiring people, like Demi Lovato or Chris Brown - to just name a few - how close did you actually get to them? What was usually your relationship to them like? [HK]: When dancing with a group of people, you always  want the audience to feel that there is a long relationship that has  transpired and that means

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getting pretty close sometimes. Recently at the Billboard Music Awards I had to lift Nicki Minaj up for our routine  and for Chris Brown’s music video we had to fist fight (obviously choreographed) All of the artists that I've had the opportunity to work with have all been amazing hard working people. Trust me when I say, you don't get to that level of success just by lounging around. There is SO much hard work behind the scenes that goes unseen. [MCT]: You are basically a multi-talent. Dancer, Choreographer and Director, but what do you love the most? [HK]: That's definitely a tough question... they all serve different purposes at different times so I don't think I can truly pick. I will say that there is an adrenaline rush when performing on stage that is tough to top.

[MCT]: Do you have any ongoing collaborations or projects that you want us to know about? [HK]: I have a passion project that I have been doing with my girlfriend for quite sometime called  @ Worldwidesnugglers. It’s really a great excuse for us to continue traveling, and I hope it inspires other people around the world to start traveling more.

[MCT]: What are your plans for the next few years? Are there any specific goals? [HK]: I really would love to somehow be involved with the 2020 Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony! I feel like the fact that I am Japanese and originally from there, but have lived and travel all over that I would have a lot to contribute. [MCT]: You are also teaching various dance classes, where and how can one take part in one of your courses? Are your classes for everyone or only for young professionals? [HK]: Most of the time it's open to anyone that signs up! Although, I am traveling quite a bit these days for work and currently don't have classes open in LA. My next class will be in Dubai at the beginning of December! I usually keep everyone updated on my instagram @ hokutokonishi for any upcoming classes.

[MCT]: What are the differences between working with the young dancers from your classes around the world and the dancers that work at celebrities' concerts etc.? [HK]: A lot of the young talent in LA have a tremendously great ability to adapt. There is always a constant flow of jobs and projects in LA and I feel like they are very good at becoming what is demanded for that specific project. [MCT]: If you could give the teenage version of yourself a piece of advice, what would it be? [HK]: Buy Bitcoins before they blow up! lol

[MCT]: Apart from dancing, what's the most important thing in your life? [HK]: I think the curiosity towards the world that we live in... without that I would not have a reason to create anything.

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AUDREY DRYER

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THE CAKE

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BLACKBIE

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THE WITCH

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