THOUSANDS of talented people worldwide entered their videos into a search for gifted individuals in the art, music and fashion sectors – and Stoli have now announced the winners of ORGNL.TV, their quest for raw talent.
Winner of the music award is Scottish producer, songwriter and DJ Nasty P aka Paul Rutherford. His entry video itself sounded like a pair of decks.
He takes it back to the golden age with soul being an undercurrent in his music along with booming 808 kicks and current synth sounds. Nasty P has worked with Akil from Jurassic 5 and more.
His remixes have also excited the likes of Florence & The Machine and Mark Ronson in the indie-pop genre. With two albums under his belt this DJ is going up in the world.
American jewellery designer Jessica D’Amico, of Lady J Jewelery Designs, has a love and talent for intricate metal designed jewellery which is inspired from the natural world, indigenous cultures and the nature of metals itself. Starting out as a streamline artist major in university, Jessica became obsessed with the sculpture department, and took a jewellery class from which it all escalated. She has been featured in magazines such as Demographix, The Ave, Heeb, InStyle and more. Her latest collection, the Icicle Collection, is a combination of beauty with slight danger.
Jake Stollery from Australia is a true artist who dips his fingers into every aspect of creative art. He creates digital art, web design, photography, 3D graphics and video production.His first exhibition was called Merge which was set in the future and combined all his artistic strengths to create something truly unique. Jake believes that originality is telling your own story through your art.
To find out more about the winners and view their video entries, go to orgnltv.stoli.com.