Matt Tinoco is a journalist who grew up in Los Angeles. His work on various Los Angeles-related subjects can be found in publications like Mother Jones, Politico Magazine, the Los Angeles Review of Books and Curbed Los Angeles.
Carolina A. Miranda is a Los Angeles Times staff writer covering a wide gamut of culture, including visual art, architecture and film, not to mention performance art cabaret divas. Her work often looks at how art intersects with politics, gender and race — from the ways in which artists are tackling the U.S.-Mexico border to the ways in which art intersects with development and gentrification. She is a regular contributor to KCRW’s “Press Play” and was a winner of the 2017 Rabkin Prize in Visual Arts Journalism.
Daniel Michael Hernandez is a Mexican American journalist and author with nearly 20 years of experience working successfully in all areas of the modern media industry. He is currently a reporter for the Styles section of The New York Times.
Daniel’s career includes stints as a reporter at a major newspaper (L.A. Times) and alternative weekly (LA Weekly), editor of a monthly print magazine (VICE México), a contributor and host for radio (All Things Considered, The World, KCRW Morning Edition, The Frame), and as a correspondent and producer for television and documentary films (VICE News). Daniel founded one of the earliest general-interest news and culture blogs in Los Angeles, Intersections (2006), and is also author of a non-fiction book based on fieldwork in Mexico, “Down and Delirious in Mexico City” (Scribner, 2011)