JAKE MESTRE (EKAJ)
Is of Puerto Rican descent raised in both Brooklyn and Queens, New York city. Jake was discovered by Fashion Photographer Cati Gonzalez when he was 16 years old and got him into Fashion modeling. he's modeled for V magazine, (Dutch) Marie Claire, Chromats and others. The Film "Ekaj" is his performing debut as a first time actor. Jake is currently studying and planning to go to college for a degree.
BADD IDEA (MECCA)
Is of Puerto Rican descent born in NYC. His life began as a street kid during the Club scene in 90's where was considered one of the best vogue dancers. As a young man he was discovered as a model in Paris and was in numerous magazine covers all over the world. He's also known for his fierce runway walk and his beautiful tattoos. Today he is an amazing conceptual artist who Paints beautiful artwork, writes his own music, and has expanded his new work to 3D. There is not much that Badd Idea can’t create. He is always full of surprises, and his art has no limits in mediums nor his sense of humor. "Ekaj" is his debut as a first time supporting Actor.
SCOOTER LAFORGE (Johnny)
Scooter received a painting degree at the University of Arizona, He packed his bags and headed to New York, where he won a fellowship to Cooper Union School of Art. Scooter's work can be characterized as Pop Art, His projects have been showcased at numerous galleries around the Big Apple, such as Exit Art, Wooster Projects White Columns, Feature Inc. and Bucheon to name a few. Scooter's self- entitled t-shirt collection has been collected by Iggy Pop, Sandra Bernhard, Perez Hilton, Debbie Harris. Scooter has been selected to feature his work in the London Biennale opening at the Christopher Henry Gallery. Currently, Scooter LaForge resides in the East Village and works from his painting studio on the Lower East Side. Recently in 2015 Scooter’s work has exploded, doing Art pieces worn by Beyonce, and Madonna’s dancer’s in her performance on the Jimmy Fallon’s show among other celebrities. You can see his clothing designs at Patricia Fields in NYC