Computing geek by day, media junkie by night — Danish constantly bounces between the realms of Media and Technology with previous works in Microsoft and Epic Gaming Television.
As Founder of DANAMIC, he empowers the brilliant team of creatives around him to be bold and creative, while translating their efforts into tangible business success. If not, he’s just your average guy with three cat-kids, who’s addicted to capturing photos.
Brandon oversees the Photography and Videography departments of DNMC Creative.
With experience from having co-founded the events company Blaster Empire, he demonstrates an uncanny understanding towards vendor and client management. Periodically, he conjures up creative sparks by hosting Photography Workshops at the National University of Singapore.
Kane has gotten communication and online growth down to a science. He puts the measures and methods into the madness of the digital world, and has helped brands stand out with memorable campaigns that speak to their audience, not at them.
His works have been featured with and on the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore, Texas Chicken, Yakult, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, and more.
Charmaine manages the Design department for DNMC Creative. Some of the main accounts she works on include Drager Singapore and Venture Corporation.
When she’s not doing design, illustration, branding, or account managing work, she’s either referring to herself in the third person, watching Queer Eye, or making her co-workers roll their eyes.
Wordsmith by day and mother of online editorial danamic.org by night, Stacey has sold her soul to the written word since she learnt to speak.
She brings to DNMC Creative prior experiences in major newsrooms in TODAY, CNA, and the Archetype creative agency and uses her knowledge in journalism, public relations, and marketing to understand her clients’ needs.
As the Technology Director of DNMC Creative, Benjamin brings a pervasive eye to the look, feel, and user experience to every digital platform he develops.
When he’s not conducting hackathons, the IMDA-recognised scholar works on his digital portfolio spanning governmental accounts and FMCG platforms.
Video Production Specialist
Yep. Just Feriadi. One Word. Like Madonna.
He’s worked on videography abroad for the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Queensland Health, and EDM DJs Knife Party. Locally, he’s directed, produced, and edited videos for academic institutions including Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Nanyang Polytechnic.
Angelica is a gifted videographer dedicated to the art of storytelling through video.
Her videography experience includes documentation of the 2016 S.League and ASEAN University Games, as well as a project presentation to the Land Transport Authority during her schooling years.
Photographer (Industry & News)
A visual storyteller with 8 years of experience under his belt, Soloman mingles around portraits as he documents people through photography.
The aspiring One-Punch Man hopes that his work will inspire others to create meaningful life documentations too.
Writer (Tech & Gaming)
A technology and video game enthusiast, Russell explores the current trends happening within both industries and covers them in his editorials. Occasionally, he also dabbles around in happenings in Singapore, putting his own twist on them — such as the $54 Huawei incident.
Having had the opportunity to cover large events like Chingay 2020 and LT Sambo’s Dinner and Dance, Darren’s journey in photography has led him to various forms of the art over the past 4 years. His commitment to his craft has led him to juggle event coverage and his passion for studio portraiture with equal finesse, even as he continues to experiment with other genres.
As Founder of DANAMIC, he empowers the brilliant team of creatives around him to be bold and creative, while translating their efforts into tangible business success. If not, he’s just your average guy with three cat-kids, and addicted to capturing photos.
A technology and video game enthusiast, Russell explores the current trends happening within both industries and covers them in his editorials. Occasionally, he also dabbles around happenings in Singapore, putting his own twist on them — such as the $54 Huawei incident.