PERREAULT Magazine January 2014 - Page 13

PETER

SHANE

JEFF

BERGER

GAHL

SASSON

jeff Berger, (aka "Berger"), founded Dope Den Productions in 2004. There, he set out to find emerging artists and musicians to collaborate with, push the boundaries of music and visual arts and ultimately, expose to the masses.

"Dope Den" is home to a dedicated group of artists, writers, musicians, fashionistas, tastemakers and trendsetters whose efforts have caught the attention of major corporations including: SOL Republic, Android, Blackberry/RIM, MTV, VH1, Coke, Nike, Rane, Digidesign, Sony Oxford, Garageband Remix Jampack, LRG, Diesel/55 DSL, Upper Playground and Levis.

Peter Shane has been a successful entrepreneur since the early 1980's, and he has helped transform tens of thousands of lives through his simple Quality Of Life teachings.

His mission and joy in life, is sharing his knowledge and his many “secrets”, which he eagerly passes on, to give people from all walks of life the essential tools they need to find optimal health, happiness, success… and the best possible Quality Of Life.

Gahl Sasson is a spiritual teacher who has earned a wide and enthusiastic following across the globe. He teaches ongoing workshops on Kabbalah, Mythology, and Astrology in Europe, Israel, Turkey, Mexico, and in dozens of cities across the United States.

He is the author of A Wish Can Change Your Life: How to Use the Ancient Wisdom of Kabbalah to Make Your Dreams Come True, which was published by Simon and Schuster in 2003. The book was endorsed by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and is now in its fifth printing.

SORAYA

MIRE

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CONTRIBUTOR FOR JANUARY 2014

A WOMAN WITH A CAUSE.

Soraya Miré is an award-winning director, in addition to being a writer and activist. Her credits include a featured segment of The Vagina Monologues on female genital mutilation (FGM) and the award-winning documentary Fire Eyes, which highlights the barbaric practice of FGM. Fire Eyes was featured at the International Women’s Conference in Beijing, the United Nations International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, and The United Nations in Geneva.