Doug Derryberry is a Brooklyn-based record producer, musician, and recording/mixing engineer who has been playing, singing, recording, mixing and producing music professionally since the age of 17. In the ensuing 25 years, Doug has played thousands of gigs and has recorded, mixed, and/or produced many recordings. He is a multi-instrumentalist for the TV show “Sesame Street” as well as for Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers.
Marice Mendoza, SEP and Terésa Stern, LMSW, SEP practice Somatic Experiencing, a naturalistic approach that connects mind, body and emotions. Their private practice specializes in helping children and
families resolve problems and trauma through awareness of sensory motor responses. Marice and Terésa also work with adult individuals.
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Culinary Concepts is a cooking company providing support for local businesses. They are currently working Oaxaca Tacos, currently in its fourth year with four locations around the city. They seek out local and sustainable produce, meats, and dairy products.
THE TOY MUSEUM
The Toy Museum’s intention is to educate on the importance of toys and dolls in our culture, history and art. It was established in 1999 by Malene Hochman and recognized by the New York State Department of Education as the sole holder of the New York Charter for a toy museum. It is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational museum featuring touring exhibitions and educational programming. The Toy Museum maintains a business office with Trilok Fusion.
BROOKLYN YOUNG FILMMAKERS
Brooklyn Young Filmmakers, founded by Trayce Gardner in 2000, is a 501(c)3 non-profit company. They use low budget filmmaking as a vehicle to promote literacy, social skills, research techniques, professional work ethic, intergenerational reciprocity, cultural exchange, mentoring, creative collaborations between community members and professional artists from all disciplines. It is meant to serve as an introduction to careers in film.