Dipesh  kakshapaty Owner & Director

Bipul  sharma Managing Partner


Rachel took interest in drawing from a young age. During high school she realized that her passions laid in art which set her on the path to pursuing an artistic career. Opportunities after high school landed her working for a local travel company where she developed the graphic design department. Through her college experiences she found her interest in photograph and graduated Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Commercial Photography with a minor in 2D Animation. After various internships and assisting gigs with well known commercial photographers Rachel joined the Germain team as the Art Director - focusing in photography and graphic design.


Chris has been acting since the age of six. He has over fifteen years of theater and film experience – in front of and behind the camera. Life has brought Chris opportunities that lead him to accepting awards at nationally recognized Film Festivals in Los Angeles and the chance to star in roles with Hollywood Icons in New York. In addition to numerous film and theatre work, he has also modeled for clients such as: Falls Creek and Sonic, and appeared in commercials for companies like Pyrex and more. Recently, he is set to appear alongside Hollywood icons, such as: Malcolm McDowell, Gilbert Gottfried and Melanie Iglesias in the upcoming comedy, Abnormal Attraction, which will be released in 2017.


Chazie is a Chicago based actor who has had years of experience in front of various audiences. He comes from Pennsylvania where he got a B.A. in both Theater and Women's Studies. Thanks to his education he enjoys merging his knowledge of feminism and queer theory into his performances. Through practice Chazie learned his passions in art lay in performance art, camp, and queer theatre. Chazie is best known as an Ensemble member of Hell in a Handbag Productions and just recently he received the Chicago Broadway World Award for Best Non-equity Actor. When he isn't acting you can find him either modeling or teaching theater to special education students. 


Cooper started acting at the young age of nine when his family relocated to Las Vegas. Throughout his childhood he was a member of Rainbow Company Children’s Ensemble and studied theater at Las Vegas Academy. As his grew up his passion continued and he went on to train at The Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts and receives a B.A. in Dramatic Art from University California, Davis. In addition to a life in the theater, Cooper has a passion for various arts photography, painting, poety and playing the drums in experimental math rock bands. More recently, he's taken up modeling with various photographers throughout Chicago.