Meet the Resource Team

Alexandra Niki

CEO and President Alexandra Niki launched Resource Magazine in 2007, a quarterly photo, video and lifestyle publication. Since 2000, she has also owned and operated Niki Productions, a full-service production company that specializes in prop styling. This has evolved into what is now The Prop Stylist (http://www.thepropstylist.com), a bi-coastal prop styling agency representing over 20 stylists and growing. With a keen eye for aesthetic design, provocative imagery and creative talent, Alexandra continues to boldly push beyond conventional production for digital, print and on-set. She studied art and music in college, and as a proud mother of two, madness and creativity seem to permeate everything Alexandra does, just as she likes it.

Jaron Schneider

Jaron Schneider is the Editor in Chief of ResourceMagOnline, the Tech Editor for the printed magazine and an internationally published writer from San Francisco, California. Jaron specializes in evaluating video equipment, optics, storage solutions and audio equipment as well as software for the imaging industry. He is also the owner of Schneider Productions, a commercial video company with clients from around the United States including Lowepro, Grammy Award-Winning band "Train," HD Supply, Maurice Lacroix Timepieces, The United States Air Force Thunderbirds and many others.

Billy Murray

Billy is the Editor-in-Chief of Resource Magazine, leading the full scope of quarterly production, distribution and marketing for Resource's internationally distributed photo, video and lifestyle publication. In addition to working as an editor, he's experienced in producing, prop styling, and compulsively bringing creative madness to every set he works on. At heart, Billy is a magazine-maker and journalist with a specialty in long-form narrative storytelling. He also believes "the future is visual," a statement that's apparent in every bit of work he produces. Follow him on Instagram @_billymurray.

Jon Lemon

Jon Lemon is a wedding and elopement photographer based in New York City, known for capturing true moments of love in a modern and relaxed style.

Michael Bonocore

Michael has been working in the photography industry for over 7 years. His photography journey started as a hobby, primarily learning his way around a DSLR by shooting landscapes around his home in San Francisco, California. He began working with international non profit organizations to help bring awareness to the causes that he was passionate about. Through the workshops he leads for The Giving Lens, he has taught children the art of photography in countries such as Nicaragua, Peru, Jordan, Thailand and India. Michael's passion for travel and photography has led to his new career as Travel Editor for Resource Magazine, a quarterly publication dedicated to the photo production industry's sub-culture.

Zach Sutton

Zach Sutton is an educator and photographer based out of Los Angeles, CA. Alongside working as the Features Editor at Resource Magazine, Zach is also the Editor-in-Chief at LensRentals.com and works as an educator and motivator all over the United States.

Brian Mullins

Brian Mullins is an award winning Wedding & Commercial photographer based in Raleigh, NC. He has photographed over 500 weddings along with numerous commercial shoots ranging from architecture to food. He has spoken to numerous groups on the east coast covering topics from business to lighting. His commercial clients include Amazon, Better Homes & Gardens, Southern Bride & Groom magazine, Westcott, WNCN-TV, WRAL-TV & hacker conventions. His photography and writing have been featured in Huffington Post, Buzzfeed & Petapixel.

Marky Ramone Go

Marky Ramone Go is a travel-junkie, writer and photographer based in the Philippines. Aside from contributing articles to various publications and websites, he narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, the culturally rich regions of South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences (http://www.nomadicexperiences.com/) After Asia, he is keen on exploring South America and eventually hoping to trace Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" trail in the United States to Mexico.