Offshore Festival will be working with emerging and A-list artists designers, and filmmakers to showcase a talented field of storytellers, art exhibitions, and performing artists.
Taking place in Montauk, NY in 2023, OAFF will feature a vast array of attendees, which will include industry experts, enthusiasts, celebrities, and respected journalists.
Through both fashion and art, we aim to add an essential voice for environmental progress and ocean sustainability. Our selected venues: The Montauk Beach House, Sole East, and The Ranch will host a series of events that will immerse audiences and creatives alike into a new world of inclusion, education, and community involvement.
(Founder / Art Director)
An accomplished Documentary Film Producer and freelance Photographer living in New York. She is a passionate social impact producer, continuously striving to build stronger communities by educating and inspiring social action, through the arts and storytelling for a better tomorrow.
Over the past 25 years, Christine has successfully built a following as a photographer throughout the Northeast by capturing the shores of the East Coast. As the Director of Art for OFFSHORE Art and Film Festival and an Art Advisor for corporate businesses, she has witnessed the true magic of Art as a powerful connector.
Raised in East Hampton and Montauk, Jordan has worked in film for the past 18 years, editing and re-writing screenplays for various production houses in Los Angeles and New York City. His relationship with Montauk is vast and well known amongst locals, having worked the nightlife scene for many years in numerous capacities, such as cabs and restaurants, which vivaciously fueled his writing and love for the craft. The film industry has taken Jordan all over the globe, joining festival circuits from California to Sundance, Berlin to Guadalajara, Cairo to Athens, and most notably, from Dublin to Brussels. As well as being a founding member of Offshore Art & Film, Jordan is currently an advisory board member for the Montauk Playhouse, a community center foundation, which strives to create an aquatic and cultural center for its Montauk residents. When Jordan isn’t traveling the world, he can be found in his small cottage off the Old Montauk Highway, across from a cliff overlooking the Atlantic, the place he most longs to be.
(Founder / Creative Director)
Graduated with majors in Communication and Fine Art Studies (SUNY Albany).
After 5 years of working for advertising and advertising sales companies such as, Visual Communication Group (a subsidiary of Grey Advertising) and The GEM Group he made the move to Los Angeles where he spent the next 10 years building a career as an editor on varies television and film productions. In 2010, he joined the Cuttingroom TV in NY where he edited on major ad campaigns such as Arbys, and Esso Fuels.
In 2016, he edited his first feature film, The Black String, which went on to win several awards in the film festival circuit. He followed this film with, Among the Ashes, starring Denise Richards, that will be released in summer of 2022.
William has a relevant, yet unique eye for visual communication through various mediums. He joined the Offshore Film Festival during its inceptual year in 2022.
(Founder / Volunteer Coordinator)
as a teenager in Krakow, Poland, Kasia dreamed of becoming either a film journalist or a painter. In the end she chose a corporate path and become a lawyer - but her passion for the cinema and the arts remained and grew stronger than ever. She loves traveling the globe (over 80 countries visited and counting), exploring other cultures, documenting her experiences, and always searching for Monet paintings in local museums. And of course, whenever the time allows – watching movies. As an attorney, she advised Polish filmmakers and was heavily involved in negotiating contracts for the Polish Film Awards.
Kasia is one of the founding members of Offshore Art & Film. She consults on organizational and legal matters, judges the submitted movies and is the acting Volunteer Coordinator. She can’t wait to go back to Montauk and see the Offshore Art & Film Festival hitting it off with its summer audience!
(Marketing & Production Director)
Born in Brooklyn, raised in Long Island, Gina Marie Vega is an entrepreneur & new mom. Gina started her marketing career by posting her visits to some of New York’s top events and locations. She later expanded to artist relations and brand management for some of the world’s biggest names like Electric Daisy Carnival and Jingle ball.
Gina eventually used her experience & marketing degree to start her own marketing, management and production company, GMC Influence. She now helps brands and talent reach their full potential. Gina runs the day to day of her company, while her husband, Joshua Vega, is in-charge of production.
Gina’s most recent venture is teaming up with Offshore as Marketing & Production Director!
Offshore Art & Film Festival gives back!
Portion of our proceeds go to local charities and foundations