Al "AC" Casciani - Crimefaces Founder & CEO
Alfred “AC” Casciani is one of New York’s major voices. With his Crimefaces brand he has proven to be a social media marketing creative genius with vast experience in media production showcasing the culture of New York in various endeavors ranging from art, fashion, television, films, fit animation and digital content. He cultivated his funny street fight commentary into a full-blown movement that has reached tens of millions of people with his brand.
Al showcases a devastatingly sharp vocabulary with witty wordplay jabs moving faster than the flying fists of his fight videos. He has parlayed his viral video success into commentary for Triller and Verzuz events, featured roles acting in the movies 'Boogie' and 'Out of Order', as well as voice-over work on television and now a Web3 video game built on the blockchain (Run the Court).
Al is behind commercials for the brand Supreme and Puma. He has done fashion collabs with Richardson of NY and The City of Gods among others. In addition, he is relied upon by brands and companies to ghostwrite copy.
The variety and creativity of his works has catapulted Alfred to an Influencer status on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter with over 400k followers and millions of views; but it’s all just the beginning of for Alfred’s Crimeface brand.
Justin Sarachik - Writer & Project Manager for CF & RTC
Justin Sarachik has been a journalist for over a decade and has dabbled in everything from marketing, screenwriting, show production, social media management, PR, and music.
He teamed up with Al a few years ago as a researcher and writer for an upcoming documentary they are working on about Mario Machete. He's also currently in post-production on a documentary about murdered rapper D-Boy Rodriguez.
Justin is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Rapzilla.com, but has also written for Relevant Magazine, Staten Island Advance, Christian Post, Breathecast, Healthline, Broken Records Magazine, and more.
He has written over 10,000 articles, done roughly a 1,000 interviews, and has launched/produced over a dozen online shows and series'.
In addition, Justin has spent nearly 20 years involved in the music industry and varying rolls. He creates content around the brand Survival of the Artist and is known for his #ArtistTips on social media.
Place Brand Here Team
Darren "Deezy" Kapahi - PBH Founder & Creative Director
Matt Cohen - Web3 Animation & Design