THE FOUNDERS

Dennys Ilic

With a background in cinematography (having shot the international multi-award-winning “Face to Face”), Dennys has for the past 13 years also pursued his passion as a professional photographer. Serving a large array of clients from major motion pictures, television, magazines and musicians, Dennys is now permanently based in Los Angeles where he has become best known for edgy and soulful images that capture the true essence of his subjects.

His photography has been commissioned by a number of major film studios and musicians, including Warner Bros. Pictures, Roadshow, United Pictures International (UPI), Newline Cinema, Strange Music / Tech N9ne and Flo-Rida.

His beautiful and haunting images of iconic sci-fi actresses Amanda Tapping, Tricia Helfer and Katee Sackhoff have sold for, and raised tens of thousands of dollars for charity. Dennys is also known for having photographed actor Daniel Radcliffe on numerous occasions over a five-year period for the covers and editorial stories in hundreds of international publications associated with the release of the Harry Potter films.

TJ Scott

TJ Scott is best known for his award-winning directing prowess of the hottest TV series on air (Gotham, Bates Motel, Queen of the South, Dark Matter, Orphan Black, 12 Monkeys, The Strain, Spartacus, Longmire, Black Sails, Hemlock Grove, Constantine to name a few), but also carries a strong passion for photography.

This was best realized with the highly successful 2014 release of his coffee-table book “In the Tub”. This book is jam-packed with a veritable who’s who of celebrities from the film, television, music and sports industries. Sales of this book resulted in raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for breast cancer awareness and TJ donates 100% of profits to this cause. His amazing eye and experience as one of industry’s leading directors has given him the ability to capture breathtaking images which attract tens of millions of views on the web.

TJ has been published in and on the cover of dozens of magazines, captured over 250 pages of Editorial and Fashion spreads, as well as Book Covers and Album Covers for Bands.