My name is Naho Hirohata and I have been a Design Intern and Art Fairy at Camp Now since April. My work at Camp Now recently has involved into researching social media platforms for G.E. Fox and uploading things to them. I helped G.E. Fox set up a snapchat (username: crealitation), and Maze has been sending me and others on there videos from the band rehearsals. It has been great seeing these sneak previews into the work Maze is building.
M.H.S. here. Since I first began working at Camp Now three years ago, I have found that one of my great passions is playing the role of Editor, working closely with an author on copy and content formation. I have been able to expand on this skill set for some time now, and have learned how to embrace new tasks and job descriptions that have come my way. Lately, I have been deeply involved with the social media portion of our Crealitation work, looking at all sides of this multi-faceted project, making sure they work together seamlessly.
My name is Denielle. I run the business office for Camp Now Productions. Outside of Camp Now I would describe myself as a single mom, a student, and a business owner. I have three incredible kids. Colin will be 10 in a few days, Michaela will be 9 in April and Mckenzie is 7. I run a couple of my own businesses, including my own accounting firm, D. Marie Bookkeeping, a knitting company, called A Mother’s Love, making kids hats and as an independent distributor for It Works helping people find their happier, healthier lives. I obtained my Bachelors in Accounting in 2013 from University of Phoenix and I am currently in the final semesters of my Masters in Accounting, with an expected completion date of January 2017.
I’m Andy Cureado, a husband, father, son, brother, uncle, friend, songwriter, researcher, theorist and observer of the collaborative tendencies that exist between the Universe and each of us. I have been a contract employee at Camp Now since October, 2015 working in various aspects of community management. I have been studying and practicing the art of Crealitation since January, 2013, learning to see life in the manner that has always been second nature to me, but like the refinement of any skill requires knowledge, dedication, gratitude and practice…practice…practice.