Trinh Sari Nguyen is a Houston-based artist. She recently graduated with a Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts with a painting concentration at the University of Houston. She has exhibited her works in Houston, Dallas, and Las Vegas. As an artist, Trinh’s intention is to redefine “The Me” within herself using unspoken secrets of feelings. Her sources come from direct observation of lone objects related to the unspoken feelings. For her most recent body of work, “Soft Spoken,” Trinh applies acrylic on top of soft white fabric for visual softness and to emphasize emotional sensitivity. Trinh challenges viewers’ curiosity with an element of mystery leading them into an intimate conversation with the paintings.

Jillian Rubman is a photographer and graduate student in the Technology, Innovation, and Education program at Harvard. Her photos have appeared in various exhibits. In 2006, her portfolio earned a Mass College of Art Book Award and a Gold Key in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards. Two years later, a grant from Brandeis University’s Bernstein Festival of the Arts helped her create the exhibit “Beautiful Bodies: History’s Reshaping of the Ideal Female Form.” More recently, her photography has been featured in several issues of the online journal Broad! and in the album art and website for the band Soundscape Rebellion.

Nina Subin is a photographer. Formerly the photo editor of the New York Times Sophisticated Traveler, Esquire, and New York magazine, since 2000 Nina Subin has devoted herself full-time to her own work: portraits from her base in New York City and photographs of sacred places and landscapes around the world. Her portraits of writers, visual and performing artists have appeared in numerous magazines, newspapers, book jackets, and publicity campaigns.