Omega relives the critical moment that helped to save Apollo 13 more than 50 years ago.
Poet and performer Rupi Kaur on the reality of going on tour, and the shared experience that she honors in her work
When we think of poetry, it’s easy to imagine serious stanzas that we decipher in stiff lecture halls. Enter Rupi Kaur, a Punjabi Sikh immigrant from Canada, who has disrupted the modern literary world with her brand of approachable poetry.
Malaysian score mixer Alvin Wee is no stranger to His work on Disney's Encanto earned him the Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Award, making him the first Malaysian to receive a Cinema Audio Society (CAS) Award in Hollywood.
PhotographerRyan Kevin When YouTube was only two years old, Andrew Thomas Huang’s first short film went viral and his phone hasn’t stopped ringing since. The first calls were from J.J. Abram’s office, Anonymous Content, and Endeavor. While Huang credits much of his success to luck, it is truly
In conversation with Dr. Kate Forbes & Barnabé Fillion on Ptolemy, Aganice and Callippus—Aesop’s latest range of aromatic candles
Seeking new aromatic blends that would engender a sense of equanimity, Aesop took inspiration from ancient astronomy and associated mythologies to create a trio of aromatic candles. Ptolemy, Aganice and Callippus, each named for an ancient stargazer of note,
How Jason Fuchs manages to maintain such unadulterated joy amidst an often vitriolic industry is a large part of why he’s become one of Hollywood’s most sought after young writers today.
In this interview, Ivan Shaw shares with us his goals for this highly anticipated archival project as well as his thoughts and insights on the role of a photo editor.