TIDAL is a biannual print magazine focusing on fashion, lifestyle, and culture that pairs East Coast sensibilities with a laid-back West Coast vibe. You can turn every page and see something beautiful: fashion that’s approachable, entertaining stories that are fun and inviting, and celebrity profiles that make you feel like you’re getting to know a new friend. Plus there’s a hint of the mystical…’cause that’s how we roll. Current is Tidal’s exclusively online outlet—all the same kinds of awesomeness, just with less page turning.
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The Tidal Team
Editor in Chief + Creative Director
Though she’s been splitting her time between New York and Los Angeles for 13 years, photographer Anna Wolf is a California girl at heart. But shoots have taken her all over the world, including South Africa, Thailand, and France. In 2014 Anna launched Tidal magazine, a place to showcase her work and the work of her peers, mixing New York sensibilities with a laid-back West Coast vibe.http://www.annawolf.com
Lisa Butterworth is a writer and editor covering food, fashion, music, pop culture, and all things awesome while soaking up the eternal sunshine in Los Angeles. When she’s not interviewing celebrities, testing beauty products, or scouring girl culture for outlets like BUST, Nylon, New York, Refinery29, and Cosmpolitan.com, she’s flea marketing, taco trucking, and generally raising a ruckus.http://www.lisabutterworth.com
Mike Perry is an artist, animator, creative director, brand consultant, poet, and designer. His paintings, drawings, sculptures, art installations, books, and murals are made to conjure that soul-soaring feeling of staring into distant galaxies on a dark night, long journeys into the imagination, and unstoppable laughter. He likes to cultivate collectives of celebration, exhibition, and revelation.http://www.mikeperrystudio.com
After receiving her BFA in photography from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, Sabrina began working in publishing, starting her career at Vanity Fair and Angeleno magazine. From there she transitioned into advertising where she has been an art producer for the past nine years, working at TBWA/MAL and most recently at 72andSunny with a range of clients including Apple, Gatorade, Sonos, and Starbucks. She also runs an online gallery, A Tiny Space, and has curated a number of shows in conjunction with her site.http://www.sabrinabajaj.com/
Alison Lewis is a New York–based stylist and fashion editor. People always assume she’s from California, but she actually spent her childhood moving all over the U.S. Her work is influenced by babes of the 1970s, pretty much any uniform, and all things things Rihanna. When she is not adding to her collection of overalls she is making collages and eating ice cream.http://www.alison-lewis.com
Tara Trullinger is a NYC-based producer with a Midwest-based heart. Combining her degree in photography with her passion for organization, she launched Get It Productions in 2011. Since then, Tara has worked with clients, photographers, directors, and animals of all sorts. When not working on Tidal, she can be found exploring (aka always scouting), hanging with her three cats, or dancing with friends.http://getitproductions.net/
Having grown up in Los Angeles, Liana Weston has been on an entertainment diet since birth. She first charted the editorial waters at Vogue and soon after brought her West Coast flair for forecasting talent to New York where she became an editor at Teen Vogue and then a talent and bookings manager for Into the Gloss/Glossier. When it comes to spotting stars on the rise, she promises to never say, “I told you so”…out loud.
Production and Distribution
Born and raised in California’s Bay Area, Charlii Cruse moved to Brooklyn in 2015 with two suitcases, a love of vintage clothing, and a relentless entrepreneurial spirit. She’s a workhorse at heart and understands that the creative process and the backend of a business need to work in hand in hand in order to succeed. She hopes to one day own multiple buy/sell/trade stores in Brooklyn, New Orleans, Oakland, and L.A. that focus on vintage and sustainable fashion, saving the world one eco-friendly garment at a time.
The Current Team
Tawni is a photographer and photo editor based in Brooklyn. Originally a native of the West, its vibrant colors, laid-back style, and spontaneity are strong currents throughout her work. After working at both Seventeen and Billboard magazines, she became studio manager for Tidal’s Founder & Editor in Chief, Anna Wolf. With a bevy of skills from her work in publishing, Tawni helped launch CURRENT, Tidal Magazine’s online edition, in 2015.http://www.tawnibannister.com
Shelley is a Brooklyn-based stylist with roots deep in the heart of Texas. Wild haired, quirky, and with a penchant for finding beauty in details, she guides her art instinctually. Beyond styling—her primary passion—she spends her time traveling, alternating between coffee and wine, hunting for flea market treasures, and trying not to annoy her fiancé and friends with her gluten and dairy-free dietary restrictions.http://youngshelley.com/
Originally from rural Minnesota, Kayla Kern is a Brooklyn-based designer and art director whose work spans design, illustration, branding, and packaging. She studied graphic design at Minneapolis College of Art and Design and later made the move to New York to work alongside Mike Perry. Since then she has worked with a range of clients from MTV, The New School, NYLON, and Center for Urban Pedagogy.http://kaylakern.com/
After a period of studying and working between England and Germany, Minnesota native, designer, and illustrator Ashley Huhe presently resides and works in Philadelphia. She studied graphic design at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design as well as a semester at the Bauhaus-Universtät-Weimar in Germany. She creates work that traverses both the digital and print realms through design, illustration, branding, and advertising. She has worked with clients such as Polaroid, National Geographic, Salt House, and Urban Outfitters.http://ashley-huhe.com/