Editor in Chief: Hatty Lee
Hatty is Korean and American through and through, maybe a drop of gypsy blood in there if you want an answer to her wanderlust-ful heart. Hailing from a wannabe suburb next to Seoul and K-town, Los Angeles, she’s started studying ethnic studies way before she got into UC Berkeley. Now, almost two years later and in the funemployment/figuring-out-life stage, she enjoys spamming your Google Reader feed with updates from GOOD and LA Taco. She wants you to know how crazy her church people are for Jesus and for each other — we’re not a cult, I swear — and that she’s only just beginning to recognize her poet voice. So stop telling her to read you her poem damn it!
Artistic Director: Lana Choi
Lana is deeply passionate about Jesus, art, and the exploration of how the two interact with each other here on earth. On any given day, you can find her obsessing about design, attempting to dance, composing photographs, or fantasizing about sustainable pork.
Creative Editor: Anthony Lam
Anthony is a Bay Area native and graduate student of theological studies. After completing his undergrad at UC Berkeley, he served as Arts Activist with an international, faith-based non-profit. He believes that the creative arts must lay bare what is and point to what ought to be. As such, you’ll most often find him scouring the streets with a camera or two slung over the shoulder, penciling narratives into a notebook or striking color upon canvas. Classic literature, good food, and mutually intelligible company don’t hurt either. Find him at needhamrose.com.
Blog Editor: Molly Higgins
Molly Higgins got hooked on activism and writing as a high school student, looking to explore her mixed race heritage. She’s been learning and teaching Asian American Studies ever since. You can find her in Seattle, at her own blog MovementsandMoments (dot wordpress dot com), and acting as the blog editor for this thing called Peel Pages.