Chameleon – arts magazine for Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Kobo

Chameleon5:aChameleon – a new magazine for tablets. The visual style of the magazine will be similar to Vanity Fair and the New York Times: clear, confident, authoritative.
Later iPad and iPhone versions of the magazine will also have embedded video: interviews, mini documentary sequences of artists, art videos or musicians performing.

What is inside the tin?

Authoritative, confident about the subject areas with an emphasis on enlightening the reader not talking down to them. Chameleon will engage with creative people from the worlds of music (classical and rock), art, photography, literature and feature new talent to see what makes them tick; we will show the creative idea in development and how it makes it to the final mix or performance. Chameleon will not be chasing ‘celebrities’.

A quarterly schedule – February, May, August, November.
First issue is out now.
Chameleon – a new magazine for: Kindle, iPad, Kobo, iPhone ~ free download ~

Running order – issue 1

Arensky orchestra – Named after the Russian composer Anton Stepanovich Arensky (1861 – 1906). This is an exciting new chamber orchestra which performs large-scale orchestral series and pub based chamber music. Interview with Artistic Director Will Kunhardt-Sutton

Jake Needham – American writer living in Bangkok An American in Asia. How the hell did he get there? Born in the United States but for the past twenty-five years he has lived in Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. Jake has sold over 200,000 books – writer of six novels.

Anya Parker-Lentz – American singer/songwriter based in New Jersey, USA. Anya is a sixteen year old with a brilliant first album ‘The Giving’. She has a mature sound which belies her age . The production values are very high and the album maintains a high quality in music and lyrics. So, what has influenced her and what is in store for 2013.

Kevin Turnbull – A poet in Northern England, four new poems and his short story ‘A Man About Town’.

Stuart Russell – composer Electronic, ambient, experimental music – a journey from working in the Defence industry to composing via a Fine Art studio. Not a normal route for this British composer.

Sarah Holland – Sarah writes about the movies ‘Shame’ and ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’

New Writer/Novelists features Kate Trinity – based in the North of England – extract from her novel, ‘All the Girl’s Hearts’.

Dionne Lister – based in Sydney, Australia — extract from her novel, ‘Shadows of the Realm’

Twitter symphony orchestra – Interview with Chip Michael – composer, California. Chip auditioned and assembled a worldwide orchestra from his Twitter account. How did he audition and record his players without leaving home?

Chameleon ~ Exploring the creative life 
iPad, iPhone, Kindle