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Faith-Ann Kiwa Young is an Australian-born, half-Japanese multi-hyphenate - creative director, artist, and entrepreneur.

Faith-Ann began her career as a writer and photographic journalist in NYC, freelancing for Rolling Stone, Dazed and Confused, The Economist, Dwell and Monocle Magazine. Her photos has garnered awards by PDN and Billboard. 

Moving to San Francisco in 2009, she began to focus on how to storytell dynamically using new media and technology. After working at a digital think tank sponsored by Justin Timberlake, she led Justin Timberlake's digital strategy and marketing from 2010-2018 during which time she directed his Can't Stop The Feeling First Listen music video & creative directed his first ever photo book, featuring 200+ of her photos.

In 2015, she founded Mossy Creative, a creative agency & digital content shop, working with clients such as Reese Witherspoon, TIMES UP, Mindy Kaling, Chelsea Handler, HBO, Hulu and Hello Sunshine. During this time, she conceived and launched Reese's digital book club and helped launch Hello Sunshine, won a Webby and Shorty award with Kevin Bacon and his charity 6 Degrees for, and created the full social content campaign for the Superbowl Halftime show.

In 2021, she integrated her agency into Blended Strategy Group, where she serves as SVP Creative. Her goal is to use new media and art to storytell creatively, make change, revolutionize business practices, and push boundaries.

To compliment her creative day-to-day, she began printing her photo collages onto chiffon material in 2015, crafting flags that she hangs in open spaces. Her goal is to create meditative environments that urge people to slow down, reflect, and find calm, amidst today's fast paced world. Faith-Ann has crafted various fabric installations, from Kent, UK to Miami Art Basel. She's also working on creating colorful, meditative sanctuaries of calm and connection in web 3.0.

When she's not creating, she's hanging with Los Angeles near the beach, with her husband, two children, and a frisky black pug named Steve.
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