Austin’s #1 Local Music Fan, Blog Editor and Creative Events Promoter at Transmission Entertainment. A member of the creative events team at Transmission Entertainment, Adi curates events regularly at various venues like The Mohawk, Red 7, and Club de Ville. He is also the editor of TE's blog and furnishes original content on the site via his column, From The Mind Of Adi. In addition to this, Adi is the events coordinator at local blog Austinist.com, produces an Austin music show called River Runs Red on BreakThruRadio.com, and assists with membership initiatives at AMP. Adi has witnessed the magic of rock 'n' roll live in three continents, he hopes to check off the remaining landmasses eventually.
The deemed Mayor of Dive Bar and Lounge, David is also the CEO and General Counsel Prism Risk Management, LLC. Proven novice collector “bought was a print at Art City Austin. It was negative commentary on the suburbs, which I personally like because I think I dodged metaphorical bullet in not ending up trapped in suburban Houston” Community Involvement: Founding member of The Creative Fund” and “Board Member: Austin Young Lawyers Association, Leadership Austin (2010 Essential Class; 2008 Emerge class), Association of Corporate Counsel, Bootstrap Austin, Austin Young Chamber of Commerce, Texas Advocacy Project (Board Member, 2010-2013), Habitat Young Professionals, KLRU Next (Founding Member), Good Eggs & HAAM.
Long time Arts Advocate, Entrepreneur and Executive Director of the Austin Creative Alliance. Blogger, Dive Bar patron and …and all around creative force in Austin. Marcy’s served on the board of FuseBox, the performing arts festival, and volunteered with the Bootstrap Network and Art Alliance Austin. She also founded the artists representation venture Austin Art Start in 2006.
A celebrity young professional and community leader, Amy is also the founder President + Chief Sherpa of Austin based, Avalanche Consulting. She serves on the board of directors of The Creative Fund and the Austin Creative Allliance. She previously served on the Long Center for the Performing Art's Board of Trustees. Amy was a 2007 graduate of Leadership Austin’s Emerge program, 2009 graduate of Leadership Austin's Essential Class, and a 2010 McBee Fellow for the Austin Area Research Organization (AARO). She also received Austin Under 40's 2010 Austinite of the Year award in the field of government and public affairs.