Imprint Presents: Sophia Chang

Downtown Independent
251 South Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Thursday, February 25, 2016
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)

Imprint Culture Lab presents an intimate hour long talk with Sophia Chang, founder of ESYMAI, and a global creative force and entrepreneur. The talk will be moderated by Jeff Staple.

More about Sophie Chang
There is a new generation of entrepreneurs that are flexing beyond what meet the eyes and the whole world is watching. Internet presence is all what you make it, especially if you know how to market yourself. Take New York born and bred illustrator and designer Sophia Chang. Hailing from Queens with an avid spirit for the arts, Sophia is a true product of her environment finding everyday excellence quite comfortable. She received her BFA degree in Illustration from Parsons School of Design in 2010. Since then, she has been an active member of the global creative community.

From her student years to the present, Chang has immersed herself in a variety of creative fields from printmaking, graphic design, web design, illustration, marketing, event hosting, art curation and more. Sophia as the poised business beast that she truly is beyond hype.

As of last year she has founded her own creative agency titled, ESYMAI. Some of her most notable clients include the NBA, Samsung, Anthony Bourdain, Urban Outfitters, Nike, Red Bull, Proenza Schouler, and Puma.

On her spare time she enjoys frolicking through the park with her dog Jonah and giving him unconditional love.

About Imprint Culture Lab
Through a series of global culture conferences and interactive workshops, Imprint Culture Lab has built a wide nexus of thinkers, doers, makers of things, poised to initiate cultural vectors. ICL is connecting the cultural dots between segment, market and industry. In doing so we initiate an infinite dialogue with you that aids us in finding creative start-ups to fund and steward into iconic brands through our venture arm, Imprint Venture Lab.

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By Rachel Elnar
Published February 22, 2016
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