Anthony Harrison Adidas, Bryan Linares DIM MAK, Szjerdene artist
Anthony Harrison AdidasAnthony Harrison is an Amsterdam-based creative who has worked in design across the music, fashion, and sports industries since 1993.
Born in North London, Anthony moved to New York as a teenager. The mid 80s in NYC was a pivotal time in culture and moving into his adult years he found his interests at the sweet spot between art, music and sports.
His first full time role was as a junior designer at the Arista records Creative Services department. After seven years working on the projects of many iconic artists including Whitney Houston, Goodie Mob, Patti Smith, Fishbone and the Notorious BIG, Anthony moved on to a new challenge in product design.
In 2012 Anthony moved into the sports industry joining Nike as Senior Design, after which he found himself at adidas HQ in Germany as Senior Director of Design Culture.
‘Bones’ as he is known by his friends, lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands with his wife and frequent collaborator Lizzy Harrison.
Bryan Linares DIM MAKBryan Linares is a Latin American music executive who has been a part of Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak brand’s success and most of the record label’s 1,300+ releases in its catalog. Their newest venture, a Latin focused imprint, Dim Mak En Fuego was started as a platform for a wide spectrum of new sounds coming from creative artists with a hybrid of influences via the internet. Bryan’s goal is to leverage these different platforms and worlds to help create positive influences and a next generation of entrepreneurs.
Szjerdene artistLondon born and raised Szjerdene has been decorating stages with her ethereal vocals for over a decade. After releasing her first EP ‘Patchwork’ in 2012 she partnered with Bonobo on two tracks on his fifth studio album. Szjerdene joined Bonobo as featured vocalist on a four-year journey of world tours, during which time she released two more EPs entitled ‘Paragon’ and ‘Trace’.
Having often navigated her career as a minority, Szjerdene continues to highlight the importance of representation within the industry by speaking on her platform, teaching masterclasses for upcoming vocalists and panel talks.
Maurice Seleky Amsterdam MuseumSeleky (Utrecht, 1982) graduated in Dutch law at the University of Amsterdam and received an undergrad diploma from the Dutch Film- and Television Academy. He also went through the BKB-Academy, which is a series of renowned masterclasses on political campaigns and media strategy.
Although trained as a lawyer, Seleky chose a career in the creative industry. He worked as a PR- and communication strategist at Coebergh Communications & PR and Vandejong Creative Agency, after which he became a partner at Novel Creative Consultancy. From November 2017 until March 2020, he worked as head of marketing and communications at Pakhuis de Zwijger, an independent platform for innovation and creation in Amsterdam. As of April 1st, Seleky is the Head of Communications and Marketing as part of the management team at the Amsterdam Museum. Alongside his role at Amsterdam Museum, he still regularly hosts shows as moderator or talk show host, both on stage as well as different types of media such as podcasts, livestreams and television.