Cole Cook is a live action video director, producer and social media expert focusing on entertainment and brand content. As the CEO of Timeless Cole oversees the creative operations of the company. Cole and Timeless serve as the Executive Creative Producer and production company for Alicia Keys Worldwide overseeing all creative content production. His experience in the entertainment industry is not limited to Alicia and includes artists including but not limited to Carmelo Anthony, Swizz Beatz, Jamie Foxx, Michael B Jordan and Lala Anthony. In addition via Timeless cole has produced content for some of the worlds best brands such as Bacardi, Martini and Rossi, Tidal, Bally, Lumiere De Vie, and Soul Cycle.
Art is an Award Winning Director who specializes in live action directing/editing, creative consulting and brand direction. His directing credits include artists Alicia Keys, Aluna George, Big Sean and brands ADIDAS, BACARDI, SOUL CYCLE and others.
He’s directed videos for both GRAMMY winning & nominated artists that have gone viral online garnering millions of views and catching the attention of Jay-Z, Frank Ocean, The Weeknd, & Chris Brown.
He is currently the acting Visual Director for Alicia Keys, responsible for directing all digital visual assets as well as maintaining her brand identity across her social channels.
Art also graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music with a background in music production and songwriting after being mentored by Stevie Wonder & Rickey Minor and has composed music for brands such as UBER ADIDAS UNIVERSAL INTERSCOPE.
Luke is a creative director with 8 years of experience in advertising and video production. He has served as a creative director, film director & producer for companies such as Complex, Tidal, Soul Cycle, Bacardi, Nike and more. The first major fashion campaign for BALLY he directed surpassed 2 Billion impressions across the web. In addition to his commercial work, Luke has written & produced award winning short films and music videos—most notably Backstroke, a Vimeo staff Pick/Short of the week winning film & “Bando” a Complex First Look film starring MIGOS.
Bukunmi Grace is an Art Director and Editorial Producer specializing in Photography and Styling. Born in Lagos and raised in Chicago, Bukunmi currently works between Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City.
Grace’s commissioned photographs can be found at Highsnobiety, Hypebae, Elle, MissBish, Playboy, Okay Player, LA CANVAS, Very Good Light, Nylon, Majestic Disorder, Milk, Cosmopolitan Latino, Marie Claire China and more. Additionally, she has features in Complex, Galore, Ladygunn, AfroPunk, NY Times and The Cut. Additionally, her unique sense of style and deep understanding of original branded content have seen her enlisted by brands such as Nike, VSCO, Reebok, Electric Yoga, Adidas, PONY, Finish Line and Motorola Solutions to help create unique visual and written stories.She has also provided multi-platform social coverage at several major music festivals for both publishers and brands. Her interviews for both types of clients range from artists such as Migos and Joey Badass to artists such as Sean Paul and Travis Scott. One of favorite projects to date was for Teen Vogue's Girl Gaze Project coupled with her time spent producing social content for Highsnobiety and Hypebeast. Most important to Grace are projects centered around equality and diversity. Organizations and projects she has contributed to include City Year, Unity in Color and Nasty Women Portraits
It was a cold winters eve in Dallas - a snow storm setting in. Jon laid in bed smoking a stogie in his misteress’ motel room when he got the call, his wife Delilah was going into labor. “Get my coat and pull the car around!” Jon yelled to his mistress… “I gotta baby girl on the way!”
The snow was laying thick on the windshield, his mistress smoking stogies and speeding to Saint Mary’s. Her nerves were running high, she didn’t bring a gift. She turned to Jon but he was busy puffing his pipe… Crash! A snowy tree branch broke off and smashed into the windshield. The glass shattered, covered in snow, and the mistress screamed, “I’m driving blind, Jon!” Jon responded “Keep driving, it’s almost time!” But she couldn’t see the road; they hit a snow bank and the car flipped just two blocks from the hospital. Jon blacked out and when he came to, his mistress was dead.
He crawled from the wreckage as thunder boomed and he limped to the hospital. The building’s lights were out from the storm. “Move! My daughter! Argh!” Jon pushed through nurse carts, smearing blood through his path, cringing in pain. As he stumbled into the room where his wife laid, thunder rumbled through the building.
“Give me my daughter!” Jon exclaimed. “No, wait Jon!” Delilah pleaded. “It’s not a...”. Jon lifted the baby from Delilah’s arms and into the air. Lightning struck, lighting up the entire room as the baby wailed. “A penis!? It’s a boy!” Jon screamed with disappointment. “How could this happen! My beautiful baby girl... This baby will never be my son! Look at his nose it’s the shape of a long horn. His ten gallon head shaped like a cowboy’s hat. No! He will be a lone ranger without a father, out on the range wondering where it all went wrong. He won’t have a hole to crawl back into.” Tears flew down Jon’s cheeks like rain, and lightning filled the room while thunder roared. “He’ll be named Texas Drew.”