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OVERBOARD LBC

As the second biggest Gay Pride festival in California, Long Beach has an upper hand on some other cities, being off the ocean-that’s where Overboard LBC comes in. Offering an electronic musical experience for both locals and visitors since 2015, Overboard LBC brings more than a club. It’s life changing.

Producer Joe Pizano saw a need to bring an event that would tend to the house music loving crowd and launched Overboard LBC as an alternative to the Long Beach Pride event. Featured artists have included DJ Derek Monteiro, DJ Shane Stiel, DJ Ryan Kenney, DJ Pornstar, DJ Paulo Ramirez, DJ Anthony Mazza, DJ Oren Nirzi, DJs The Perry Twins, Topher Dimaggio, Arad Winwin, Murray Swanby, The Boulet Brothers, Delta Work, Jai Rodriguez, designer Andrew Christian, and DJ Drew G just to name a few.

JOE PIZANO

 

Well-known event producer/promoter based out of Long Beach, CA. Joe Pizano began his career as a promoter in Hollywood alongside Richie Vega in the launch of the touring nightclub event Club iKon at Eleven Nightclub, The Bungalow Club, Tantra and Micky’s to name a few. He started producing/promoting events 10 years ago and now orchestrates events for many of Southern California’s elite.

Joe’s approach to production is both imaginative and strategic. Recently launching his own company, Overboard LBC, his goal is to continue revolutionizing the event production process in ways that allow him to advantageously connect relevant brands to influential people across various industries.

On the average he produces/promotes nearly 40 nightlife events, fundraisers and charity events annually throughout Southern California including the much anticipated events, Play At Maya Pool Party & Overboard at the iconic Queen Mary Ship. The majority of the events are those that incorporate amazing talent as an exciting vehicle to raise important fund raising dollars for worthwhile organizations and charities. Some of these include AHF, Latino Equality Alliance, Aids LifeCycle, political events and local sports teams.

JEREMY LUCIDO

 

Jeremy Lucido is a photographer, event producer and the creator of Starrfucker Magazine. His photography studio is located in downtown Los Angeles and is a regular fixture in DTLA queer nightlife. Born in a suburb outside of Saint Louis, Missouri, Lucido was encouraged to follow his interest in art at an early age. At the age of 21, he moved to Hollywood, California to attend Otis College of Art and Design and receive a BFA in Photography.

Shortly after graduating college he accepted a job as a video editor for an online adult production company. He quickly grew within the industry and became the lead photographer as well as director for several gay adult films. His ten years in the adult industry helped shape his love for portrait work and define his raw erotic style.

Jeremy self-published Starrfucker Magazine, a black-and-white printed zine featuring his provocative photography as well as other art from contributing artists. It was a way for him to bring together the two parts of his life together as one, Art and Sex.

His work is celebrated and collected worldwide. The Portraits of Men series has been published and shown in galleries in the past year. His love for portrait photography is stronger than ever, and he is currently available for portrait, events, erotic and editorial photography.

His work in nightlife includes both photography, promotion and event production. He has been producing parties in Silverlake and downtown Los Angeles since 2013. Bringing the gritty, raw and often scruffy side of queer nightlife Jeremy is thrilled to expand his vision with new collaborations.

PAUL NICHOLLS

 

Paul produces more weekly events than any other LGBT Promoter in the Country including his wildly popular Stripper Circus brand with locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego, Austin, Houston and Seattle. He brings his extensive club expertise to Overboard LBC along with his focus on the guest experience making sure that, even at our biggest events, the parties still retain a personal touch you would expect to find at a weekly party.

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