Creatives

We are The Registry Creatives and we invite you to make your mark with us on the living canvas we call home – the Hudson Valley.

Rich in artistic history and ripe for the next new wave, America’s first canvas is at an inflection point. For A-level New York City creatives flocking to points north in search of a creative community and revenue opportunities. TRC wants you to meet. Join this invitation-only registry of curated creatives, and let us be your champions.

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We aim to make it easier to find true gems across the range of creative disciplines alongside the services that support production. All in the Hudson Valley. We hope there is everything here to realize your vision.

We are the premier creative showcase for talent, vendors, and businesses located in the Hudson Valley.

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Who We Are

We are creators and makers, thinkers and doers.

We are a lifetime of creative achievement and a lifeline to creative achievers bringing talent together to spark the entrepreneurial spirit in us all to meet every opportunity head on.

The Registry Creative Founders are the Webby award-winning publishers of the iconic ZOOZOOM Magazine. On our new stage, we are Hudson Valley champions. Creatives’ biggest fans, living and working in the epicenter of America’s first canvas: we cheer you on so you don’t have to.

Featured Talent

Custom Furniture and Fabrication Services, Hudson

E. Penderleith & Co.

Founded in 2015 by Eric Penderleith, we are a design and fabrication group based in Hudson, NY. Our work is split between two aspirations — The Workshop and Studio — which allow us to explore material, develop processes, and visualize creative ideas while providing custom build solutions to our clients.

Industrial Elegant Space, Kingston

Senate Garage Studio

Our 8,500 SF studio celebrates its industrial past with distressed brick, exposed I-beams, aged concrete floor, large steel frame windows, neutral walls and sheer curtains. Perfect for photoshoots, video and film. Plenty of natural light. We have iconic furniture on-site and can access a much larger local inventory of additional furniture. Just out our door is historic colonial Uptown Kingston filled with restaurants & shopping. Very close by is the Hudson River, Catskill Mountains, farms and rolling hills of the photogenic Hudson Valley. We are happy to recommend some places in the area for you to explore.

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Centrally located historic venue with state-of-the-art sound, lighting and video equipment, Hudson

Hudson Hall

Built in 1855 and fully restored in 2017, Hudson Hall offers the best in 21st century technology and comfort with the charm of a 19th century setting. Situated two hours north of New York City in the picturesque Hudson Valley, Hudson Hall boasts a 4,000 square foot theater, a grand staircase, staging area for caterers, florists or wardrobe, and adaptable private and open-plan first floor break out spaces accommodating groups from 5 to 300*. Hudson Hall is also one of the few venues in Hudson that has invested in high-speed fiber internet with a dedicated network for private events. With direct Amtrak service from Penn Station, your guests will enjoy the convenience of a car-free experience as they take in one of America’s most vibrant, walkable small towns. With its world-class farm to table restaurants, unique shopping and accommodation options, dynamic arts scene and charming day trips in close proximity, Hudson is a perfect location for energizing your staff, impressing your clients or hosting a weekend to remember. Hudson Hall is a non-profit multidisciplinary arts and performance center presenting theater, dance, music, film, exhibitions, events and free workshops for youth and adults. Housing New York State’s oldest surviving theater, our building is listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places.

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Mallon Films

Stephen Mallon is a photographer and filmmaker who specialises in the industrial-scale creations of mankind at unusual moments of their life cycles. Stephen has been featured in publications and by broadcasters including The New York Times, National Geographic, NBC, The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Mail, MSNBC, The Atlantic, GQ, CBS, the London Times and Vanity Fair. Mallon has exhibited in cities including Miami, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, St. Louis and New York, as well as in England and Italy. Event clients include the Brooklyn Public Library, Tata Consulting Services, Teneo, and Weeks Marine. In 2009, Mallon produced Brace for Impact: The Salvage of Flight 1549, a series of photographs recorded the salvaging of the passenger aircraft which captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger landed on the Hudson River. In 2010, his solo exhibition Next Stop Atlantic documented the disposal of New York subway trains at sea to form artificial coral reefs. He was commissioned by the New York Times Magazine to shoot the film Behind The Curtain, a time lapse movie documenting two days behind the scenes of the Metropolitan Opera in 2013. Mallon’s projects often require months or years of production. His short film about the transportation and installation of the new Willis Avenue Bridge was created from over 30,000 still images. The film, “A Bridge Delivered,” was reviewed by the Wall St Journal, New York Magazine, GQ, PDN, andWIRED. It was then screened in five festivals in New York, Los Angeles and Bristol, England. Stephen’s project following the MTA’a artificial reef project where over 2000 subway cars were placed in the Atlantic was shown at The New York Transit Museum’s Grand Central Terminal Gallery. Over 60,000 people experienced the exhibition and was featured by Gothamist, Artnet, Yahoo, Fox News, and numerous other outlets. As David Schonauer wrote in Pro Photo Daily, “Mallon’s word harkens back to the heroic industrial landscapes of Margaret Bourke-White and Charles Sheeler, who glorified American steel and found art in its industrial muscle and smoke during the Great Depression.” He has also been compared to photographers including Edward Burtynsky, Thomas Struth and Chris Jordan. “Machines Of Interest”, a curated selection of Mallon’s workt was on display at the National Museum of Industrial History for over nine months and is now at the Johnstown Area Heritage Association until spring of 2022. Mallon served as a board member of the New York chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers from 2002 until 2020 and served as president from 2006 to 2009. He is represented by Front Room Gallery in New York.

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