Chandra Marie Hall is a licensed stylist living and working out of Portland, Oregon.Prior experience in front of the camera led to an avid interest in the dramatic transformations taking place behind the scenes. Primarily focused on tailoring hair, Chandra believes that reinvention can be a liberating experience and a catalyst to self-discovery. It’s her dream to continue being a conduit for positive personal change one client at a time, at their pace on their terms.
Alin Dragulin completed a B.A. in Painting from Portland State University. These days, he spends his time between Portland and Los Angeles, specializing in creating images that convey his unique sense of visual humor.
When he’s not being generous with his camera skills and free time, Alin is conceptualizing creative projects and updating his website:
Danielle Nichols is a Jill of all trades, (from legal research to makeup!), who teaches English in her spare time and raises three wily boys — so spare time is probably a misnomer! She has spent most of her recent years raising awareness on parent action issues, providing peer counseling for new nursing moms, and leading a workshop for working parents. Danielle sees Shed as a vital component to promoting positive change for women and their families.
Rebekah Eagle is a writer and standup comedian in the Portland area with an extensive background in journalism and women’s advocacy. She did her undergraduate work at Portland State University, focusing on political science and issues affecting women (particularly young, disadvantaged and minority women) and working at PSU’s alternative newspaper as the Editor In Chief. She can be seen performing at many of the comedy clubs around Portland and is currently earning her Master’s degree in the Publishing Program at PSU.