SIN's expertise is built on a community of creative professionals representing film, fashion, entertainment, art and design, web development, consumer products, and luxury goods. Whether your campaign needs photography or PR, style or social-software, market research or models on a runway, online and offline, our talent network is poised to provide whatever services are needed to steward your brand towards success.
Members of SIN's core staff and global network hail from Alaska, Brussels, the Congo, Los Angeles, Manila, New York, Puerto Rico, Santa Barbara, Sydney, and Washington, DC. Despite these remarkable differences in origin and background, members of the SIN team share our commitment to service and innovation combined with a dedication to serving the community.
Michael Dumlao provides expert creative direction and execution through photography, web development and graphic design. After 15 years of art exhibition and freelance service to clients in Sydney, Los Angeles, Manila, new York and Washington, DC (to name a few), Michael is now the Communications Design Specialist at the Center for New Designs in Teaching and Learning at Georgetown University and Creative Director at Style and Image Network. In each capacity, Michael provides art direction and production of corporate brand identity systems, marketing collateral, web and software interfaces, photography along with overall communications and branding strategy.
Michael received his Masters in Communication, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University and his Bachelor in Fine Arts from the University of California, Santa Barbara after stuyding photography and multimedia design at the University of Sydney College of Art in Australia. To view Michael's portfolio, visit www.michaeldumlao.com
Yvette provides expertise in multimedia development and software development. Yvette Castro has been volunteering with Fashion Fights Poverty since it started in 2005. She has helped in a variety of roles which range from model liaison to technical production. Since arriving to the DC areas, she became a volunteer of the ONE Campaign in early 2005 thanks to the involvement of her boyfriend who had started volunteering months prior. This has lead to opportunities demonstrating ways in which a person can use their voice and their actions to help make change happen by participating in lobby days with Bread for the World, helping as a ONE delegate during Live 8 in Philadelphia, assisting in the organization of panel discussions, awareness and education events, among other things. She also writes for blogs and magazines in both English and Spanish including Puerto Rico fashion magazine, Ego Moda. Since October 2009, she has been writing as the DC Goodwill Fashionista Latina.