Johnny Le



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Curation - Cultural Activation


Japanese Craft Beer

Drink in a new language, Japanese Craft Beer enriches the diverse and quality Japanese craftsmanship promoting the craft beer movement from Japan to the world.

Los Angeles Activation

Strategy, Creative Direction, Talent Partnerships, and Production

Featuring Chefs Chefs Joseph Geiskopf, Octavio Olivas (Ceviche Project), Steve Samson (Rossoblu), and Kenji Sato (Asanebo)
Presentations: Clay CA, The Good Liver, and Mr Good Boy with Charlie Staunton and Asato Iida

Agency Partner: TOPPAN
Photographer: Mekael Dawson

Talent Curation


Headphones and Speakers

Homeward Bound featuring Zumi Rosow and Shirley Kurata
Director: Harry Israelson
Photographer: Mike Lopez
Production Firm: AllDayEveryday

Homeward Bound is a new series from Marshall, where our favourite artists invite us into their homes. They open their doors to discuss music, design and style—unfolding the story behind their home interior.

Talent Curation



Featuring Kenesha Sneed
Director: Scott Zacaroli
Production Firm: AllDayEveryday

Artist Kenesha Sneed share what makes her love the Jaguar E‑PACE: its combination of looks, agility and dynamic driving.



Johnny Le (b.1987 Stockton, California) is a multimedia documentarian and curator. Raised in the Northwest, he received his BA in Digital Film and Video at the Art Institute of Portland. He is living and working in Los Angeles.

Le works in capturing an ongoing photography montage creating in-between sceneries and portraiture, imbuing a relational candidness with unknown-to-established artists, musicians, and icons. Le extends the photographic rapport formed with his subjects through an experimental curatorial practice, where he builds upon collaboration to present thematic art exhibitions and cultural programming bridging the divergent communities of the art world, entertainment, fashion, gastronomy, music, and the use of unorthodox exhibition spaces.

In 2013, he founded Galerie Hideout, a migratory gallery exploring the ephemeral ethos of curiosity, chance encounters, and travel. Galerie Hideout has organized exhibitions in Portland, OR, Los Angeles, and Paris.