Creative Collective

SUPERBLOOM is an independent modern media content & production company.

The SuperBloom House

SBH is a global creative community and membership program designed for an unexpected breed of creative talent otherwise inaccessible to brands & marketers. 

A collective of individuals who are pushing creative boundaries beyond advertising in music, film, photography, journalism, performing arts, gaming, documentary filmmaking, entertainment & television.

SBH gives creators access to brands with the opportunity to create different content as an alternative to traditional advertising.

Unlike creator networks or talent rosters, SBH provides a community that fosters the collaboration, cross learning and mentorship needed to set a new creative standard for advertising and entertainment industries.


Cache bunny is a Los Angeles based video director and visual effects artist. Before she was shooting and directing her own material, Cache used her distinct style of video editing to turn classic movies into unique, fast-paced music videos. This gained her international attention when Skrillex used her content as visuals on his debut world tour in 2012. For the next few years, she continued honing her craft as an editor at MTV and several other companies before breaking off in 2018 to create original content as a freelancer. Today, she uses a wide range of shooting techniques and digital effects to create playful, dreamlike vignettes. Some of her recent projects have been with Microsoft, Adobe, Virgin, Red Bull, Puma, and more.


Danielle is a filmmaker and photographer from Chicago. Danielle’s career began in 2011 shooting photography and directing/producing music videos for local musicians. She directed some of Vic Mensa and Chance The Rapper’s first music videos. In 2013, she co-founded a production company called Verluxe. Photography and music videos were some of the initial services offered. Projects evolved into branded content pieces for Nike and Diageo. In 2015, Danielle accepted an internship at Leo Burnett as an Art Director and was offered full time employment. Instead, Danielle continued to grow Verluxe by expanding the business to Los Angeles. In 2017, Danielle began creative consulting for Capitol Records and was incubating content for their top artists: The Migos and Troye Sivan. In 2019, Danielle co-directed a short film called Patois. Patois was the winner of the Chicago Award by The Chicago International Film Festival and selected by 7 other film festivals worldwide.