Marshall Tarley

“I have dedicated my life to enriching the potential and success of leaders and serving as a guide and catalyst for individuals reaching higher levels of self-actualization.”

Marshall is a leader and a catalyst for change. His work as an executive coach has helped leaders develop and cultivate new skills, often focusing on emotional intelligence and utilizing discoveries in neuroscience to tap unused cognitive resources. As a personal success coach, he applies these same techniques. Working with Marshall provides an experience that goes beyond skill acquisition to provide knowledge and insights that produce transformational results.

In addition to his activities as a Coach, Speaker, and Author, Marshall also serves as the Vice President of the Dottino Consulting Group (DCG). DCG is a unique firm that transforms organizations, improving their bottom line by improving employee skills, work processes, and leadership behaviors with real-life measurable results.

Marshall has held executive roles in banking, music, intellectual property and entertainment. His innovations, organizationally and in the businesses, he’s touched, have brought culture change, revenue enhancements and cost saving efficiencies that ignite employee engagement. His work has spanned diverse business disciplines, though he is best known for leadership development, executive coaching, quality through process innovation, organizational development, self-managed teams, a doctrine of leadership at every level and Agile.V2, the customization of Agile to fit each unique environment.

He is the Co-founder and President Emeritus of the USA Memory Championship and has participated in planned memory research at MIT’s McGovern Brain Institute. Marshall also served as executive producer of Discovery Science Channel’s 2013 television program, Memory Games.

EDDIE STAR – 2017 Music Video

Artist: Eddie Star
Label: Ton-Up Inc.
Video: “2017
Director: Marisha Camp
Cast: Jesse Camp, Amanda Lepore, Club Kids
Exclusive Premiere: Blank TV (August 19, 2014)
Video Add Date: September 2, 2014


To celebrate the release of Eddie Star‘s discography, a music video for the song 2017 was produced and directed by New York photographer Marisha Camp.  Marisha’s brother, former MTV VJ Jessie Camp makes an appearance in the video.  “It was really cool to have Jesse appear in the video” says Star,  “He is a great guy and it made sense from the point of view that Jesse was on Total Request Live playing music videos when The Zero Effect was together.”

The director of the video 2017, Marisha Camp, was not shy about her opinions of working with Eddie Star “For as long as I have known Eddie, he has never wavered in his absolute belief in rock and roll. In his childhood memories, he waits for months to receive the Joan Jett poster that hangs on a record store wall, and even now, in 2013, in a post post post punk era, he is steadfast and loyal, sticking to his guns and writing the sort of unapologetic, fearless punk songs that would make his heroes proud. In making the 2017 video, I wanted to speak about sticking to your guns, about never letting a rebel spirit die in a world that’s homogenizing at breakneck speed, at never growing up if growing up means leaving the house in normal person drag. After capturing the ferocious honesty of Eddie Star, I started to seek out other people who are just as true to themselves, whatever the cost. I encountered so many powerful, brave, and beautiful souls along the way, and I hope people walk away from the video with a little inspiration to be themselves on 11.”


With the release of their upcoming debut album titled Informal Deviance (August 28, 2015), Joybox is reinventing punk influenced rock.

Joybox is best described as high energy glitter-punk-raw power chords built on a solid foundation of epic drums, provocative lyrics and melodies that are infectious and memorable.

Informal Deviance takes the listener on a dark journey laced with sexual desire and political, religious and social overtones. The fury of “Sexsation” is infused with a sensibility that brings to mind The Stooges, while “Strange Love” conjures Marc Bolan and T.Rex. Informal Deviance is an all- out must listen for the musical connoisseur

Their Los Angeles roots and their New York zip code are evident in Eddie Star’s lead vocals and rhythm guitar and in Bob Mars’ thunderous drums. They are high powered sonic ear candy for music junkies craving their rock-n-roll fix.

The band slammed into New York with their debut appearance at artist William Quigley’s, New York art gala “The Pleasurist” in 2013 and have not looked back. The music of Joybox is unapologetic and true to the vision that inspired Star and Mars to put the band together.



Eddie Star is a singer/songwriter/guitarist who is best known for his work with the 90’s Rock/Punk band, Eddie Star & The Zero Effect. In addition to his own music, he has worked with several artists and bands including the 2004 MTV Battle for Ozzfest runner-up, Guilt by Association.

In 2013, Star’s catalog titles were re-issued, starting in March with the release of the single, “2017” along with a blistering B-side live rendition of the Stooges classic, “I Wanna Be Your Dog.” In July, Star debuted his new band, JoyBox, at artist William Quigley’s New York Art Gala, “The Pleasurist.”

To celebrate the release of his catalog, a video for the song “2017” was released last year with special guest appearances by Jesse Camp and Amanda Lepore. The video was filmed and directed by noted New York photographer, Marisha Camp.

JoyBox’s long-anticipated debut album titled “Informal Deviance” was released August 28, 2015 through Ton-Up.


2017 (Official Video) by EDDIE STAR on VEVO.

Philip Paul Kelly

PHILIP PAUL KELLY has been performing since he was a boy growing up on Long Island N.Y..  His first professional job was as a backup singer for one of the famed “Double-Mint Twins,” which took him to many well known nightclubs in and around the tri-state area. He then went on to perform in Broadway style reviews on cruise ships, leading to his first starring role in the theatre as ‘Tony” in “West Side Story”.  He’s appeared in national tour productions of “Titanic” and Camelot, as well as regional productions of The Full Monty, Jekyll & Hyde, A Christmas Carol, Beauty and the Beast, Peter Pan and the off-Broadway show Fags & Cellphones.  In addition, Philip organized and produced “The Hero’s Benefit” after 9/11 at the Triad Theater which included appearances by Tony Roberts, Louise Pitre (Broadway’s Mama Mia), KT Sullivan, Mark Nadler, Andrea Marcovicci (stars of stage and cabaret), and Grammy Award Winning Composer, Julie Gold.