Welcome! We are so excited you’ve stopped by.
We are Maggie P. Chang and Carly Sullivan, the two women behind Spark33.
Spark33’s inception was one influenced by fate. A car accident back in March of 2018 left Maggie with new perspective and inspired her to reach out to Carly. Both women realized their friendship was based in a deeper calling—co-creation.
In a society where burnout, disenchantment, and lack of meaning seem to be common themes, we felt compelled to use our talents to make a positive impact.
Our first project, Creative Lite, is a docu-series that reunites audiences with their creative spirit. In each episode we meet creatives of all ages, fields, and walks of life and explore topics like creativity and inspiration, the creative process and creativity and healing. Interested in more? Make sure to check out our YouTube page to view recently released episodes.
We’re honored to work with a super talented, hard working team of creative spirits who make magic here in Los Angeles.
Carly’s creative journey began at the age of 3 when she fell in love with dance. As a pre-professional ballet dancer, she studied with the Miami City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre and Nutmeg Ballet. After an injury ended her career, she decided to focus her passions on acting, and moved to New York City to study at the Maggie Flanigan Theater post college. She’s recently worked as a recurring guest star on season 1 &2 of Syfy’s original series Happy!, starring Chris Meloni and Patton Oswalt. Additional credits include Blue Bloods, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll and My Man Is A Loser. She’s also a successful model and has worked on over 100 campaigns and commercials in her career for clients like Target, Crest, JP Morgan, Thermador and Macy’s to name a few. She currently resides in Los Angeles and is passionate about producing meaningful, inspiring content.
Maggie is a multi-disciplinary visual artist and educator with an entrepreneurial spirit. For the last thirteen years, she’s combined her passions to launch and direct innovative programs for schools and museums and has co-founded two nonprofits: Orange Giraffe Project and Rising Earth: Human Impact Education. Originally from Kansas, Maggie graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University’s Teachers College and began her career in New York City. There, she taught art to the world’s most talented teens at LaGuardia Arts High School--the acclaimed public school that inspired the film and TV show Fame. Currently art directing educational graphic novels and creating children’s books of her own, Maggie recently received a Leadership Award from Comcast NBCUniversal recognizing her contributions to social impact through visual arts and storytelling.