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 Impress Creative & Editorial
11 Lorong 11/4E
46200 Petaling Jaya
Selangor, Malaysia
t: +60 (0)3 7958 1873
f: +60 (0)3 7954 9202
e: info@impresscreative.com

 

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about us

Based in Petaling Jaya, Impress Creative & Editorial is deeply committed to supporting inventive and progressive cultural production, publication, distribution and exhibition both in Malaysia and internationally. Although there are many strands to our work - including music, film, photography and books - they are all combined in a celebratory approach to the arts and culture.

Impress seeks to generate and champion artists and producers who are at the forefront of intercultural creativity. Drawing on years of experience Impress's promise to our artists, clients and partners is to work collaboratively and professionally to deliver quality and value, as well as a vision of a better society.

Impress also draws on an established network of practioners, designers, critics, promoters, journalists, arts managers, event organisers and academics whom it engages on a consultancy basis to suit our clients' needs.

Recent collaborations have included projects with Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS, the National Film Development Corporation, Suasana Cultural Centre, SIRD/Gerakbudaya, Areca Books and Provectus. 

GarethA former academic, Ismail Gareth Richards is a researcher, writer and editor who has long been associated with the arts scene. In the UK, he worked for The Charlotte Press, Newcastle, a fine art imprint; with Cornerhouse, Manchester, coordinating specialist film festivals; and with Workers Film Association, an independent film and video production house. In Malaysia, he has coordinated international film programmes for Universiti Malaya and the National Film Development Corporation (FINAS) and presented major concerts at Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS. He is a photographer specialising in portraits of musicians.

 

 

NoorAfter studying at Boston University, USA, Noorshah M Salleh is a well-established academic in the field of educational studies. She has many years of involvement with the creative arts. She was a social documentary photographer and participated in several exhibitions (with Eric Peris and Victor Chin). She is also an accomplished songwriter whose themes engage with social and environmental issues. Her songs have been covered by well known artists such as Sheila Majid and Azlina Aziz. She sung vocals on Dr Wan Zawawi’s album Dayung and at many live shows. She is an active supporter of the indie music industry.