Mark Leibowitz

By: Lucy Sosa

Photographer Mark Leibowitz has a degree in Economics and Spanish from Stanford University but spent more time taking pictures than pondering trickle-down theory. After working as an international consultant in Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, and Buenos Aires, Mark quit his job at the age of 24 when he realized photographing... Read more

By: Ruth Vitale, CEO, CreativeFuture

Summer holidays are upon us! And it seems the right time for all of us at CreativeFuture to thank you, our friends and followers, for the success we’ve had in the last year or so. When we asked for your help, and needed you to #StandCreative, you were there –... Read more


By: Lucy Sosa

Filming a realistic version of the “Miracle on the Hudson” in Sully was no easy or cheap feat for Warner Bros. They had to buy two retired Airbus A320s, place them in an artificial lake, soften the California light by hanging a massive silk drape from a crane, and hire... Read more

By: Gregg LaGambina

A novelist writes novels, of course, but when you’re Nina Sadowsky, that’s just one small part of being a writer. Sadowsky didn’t even start writing her first novel until she was in her 40s, and much of her success can be attributed to her ability to flout convention and remain... Read more

When posting to Instagram, most people don’t think twice about copyright. That’s certainly true for Khloe Kardashian, the fourth most popular Kardashian sister if Instagram is the barometer. Khloe recently got served with a copyright infringement lawsuit for the seemingly innocent act of posting a photo of herself on the... Read more

Dear Summer Movie Fan, I am writing this to you because it seems to me that you may not care enough about piracy. And you should! You seem to love movies. I hope you believe that the people who make the movies and television shows you love deserve to be... Read more

By: Lucy Sosa

When Lost first came out on iTunes back in 2005, when it was one of just five shows you could buy for $1.99 an episode, I remember thinking it was the best thing ever. Gone were the days of begging my Mom to drive me to Best Buy for the... Read more

Donna Maloney

By: Gregg LaGambina

Eleventh in the series. Donna Maloney’s story cannot be told without talking about her friend and mentor, Ann Roth. The working relationship between Maloney and Roth should make the most cynical among us believe in something like fate, purpose, or the idea that sometimes you cross paths with just the... Read more