Dig in Magazine is an online and print publication, which was launched in 2009-2010. The idea for Dig In was born out of the creative mind of Cindy Maram, a multi-media designer and writer/editor who grew up in Los Angeles, CA and now resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. Because of her lifelong interest in Hollywood and film culture, as well as being in the hub of the San Francisco Bay Area’s music and art world, Dig was created as a vehicle to express and share the world of fashion, film, music, art, design, sports, tech and culture with readers. Its contributors come from multi-cultural backgrounds and express their various outlooks through lenses that are sensitive to minorities and cultures around the world. Dig In Magazine covers people, events and happenings around the globe. On a local level, we have interviewed artists, photographers, fashion designers, professional athletes, actors and filmmakers from the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York, London, France, Canada and beyond. Through high profile red carpet celebrity video interviews, exclusive private interviews, photography, and film reviews/articles, we are committed to bringing you the freshest, most cutting edge moving/still images and information from around the globe. We hope you enjoy a glimpse into the world of Dig In culture. So go ahead, DIG IN!!!

Cindy Maram | Dig In Magazine Founder/Editor-in-Chief

Cindy Maram

Cindy Maram posseses a Masters degree from Cal State University, Fullerton with graduate work in Mass Communications (Radio-TV-Film/Marketing & Advertising) and Popular Culture Studies. Working in the areas of editing, marketing, web/graphic design and film, she has worked with clients such as San Jose State University, Look-Look: Levi’s & Volkswagon, Lowepro, American Quarterly, O’Reilly Publishing: Make Magazine and Craft Magazine, The Press Democrat: A New York Times Company, The Institute of Reading Development, Round Pond Estate and Winery, Mix It Up Magazine and Color and Light Interiors. Cindy is also a special event photographer and videographer for fashion shows and film festivals having shot celebrities like Academy Award Winners Dustin Hoffman (video interview), Ang Lee (video interview) and Billy Bob Thornton (photo), as well as actress Keira Knightley (video Q&A/photo), pro-tennis player Serena Williams and Olympic Gold Medalist Kristi Yamaguchi. As Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Dig in Magazine, she spends her time interviewing and promoting fashion designers, artists, as well as film and music industry professionals. She is a seasoned member of the press for Sundance Film Festival (2013-2016) and recently interviewed Sundance founder Robert Redford and other notable celebrities such as Keanu Reeves, Anderson Cooper, Willem Dafoe, Elle Fanning, Ashton Kutcher and January Jones. Cindy is also a credentialed member of the press for Cannes Film Festival (2016, 2017) in the South of France. She serves as a multi-media journalist and designer for Dig in Magazine, lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and draws inspiration from her environment’s bubbling creativity.

Entertainment & Fashion Editor Jon Nielsen

Entertainment & Fashion Editor
Jon Nielsen



Jon Nielsen serves as Dig In Magazine’s Entertainment and Fashion Editor. As a former professional football player, Jon Nielsen began working in the video gaming industry doing motion capture work for sports video games and acting in commercials such as for Gatorade, and became a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). Through his work with the gaming and entertainment industry he developed Motion Sports Management (MSM). MSM provides motion capture and voice-over talent for the video game industry through work with athletes that have major college and professional sports experience along with SAG Actors that work in both the commercial and motion picture industry. He is President and CEO of both MSM and Aquaries Entertainment, a company that works with today’s hottest athletes, celebrities and performers. He also serves as Brand Manager of JED Clothing.

Music Editor Richard Morales

Music Editor
Richard Morales

Richard Morales is a singer, songwriter and guitarist for the indie rock band, Chachi, based in Southern California. He currently serves as Dig In Magazine’s music editor. With a degree from San Francisco State University and a Master of Arts degree from Cal State Fullerton, Morales is currently working on his PhD work in American Studies at Saint Louis University, which involves studying various music movements within contemporary urban culture. Further, his background in music and writing fuels his passion for reviewing contemporary indie music. You can learn more about Richard’s music and his band Chachi at:

Artist/Curator/Correspondent Carly Ivan Garcia

Carly Ivan Garcia

Carly Ivan Garcia is an abstract expressionist artist and curator with strong creative vision. Over the course of his career he has curated numerous art shows throughout the San Francsico Bay area and Los Angeles, including a street art exhibit at Fountain Art Fair during Pacific Standard Time. Garcia was also involved in the California Film Institute film project Touching Home starring Ed Harris in which 12 of his paintings were featured. He has been a spotlighted artist in well-known publications such as the New York Times and The Huffington Post, as well as had solo exhibits throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Garcia has also been a part of a number of amazing group shows in Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Istanbul, Turkey and Rome, Italy. His ever-growing contact base has naturally made him an invaluable asset to Dig In Magazine. Garcia contributes his time, energy and expertise to assist Dig In Magazine in growing it’s talented pool of artist interviews.

New York Fashion & Art Editor Esther Nash

New York Fashion & Art Editor
Esther Nash

Esther Nash, a New York based fashion designer, model, socialite, fashion expert and art gallery owner, serves as Dig In Magazine’s Fashion and Art Correspondent. At the age of 18, Esther owned and operated her first retail store. At the age of 19, opened a second store, and at the age of 20, opened a third store. By the age of 21, Esther was having her own runway shows, thereby reaching the rank of a young professional designer. Nash is owner of Townhouse Art Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. And she provides seasonal coverage of New York’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Esther Nash is the creator of Baby Doll Sugar Daddy Fashions create (fashion art illustrations) available on Amazon.