I’m particularly proud to be involved with the wonderful team behind Alma Mater Tacoma—they are creating something that will become a ladder at the center of Tacoma’s brilliant creative arts scene.
I had the opportunity to create the poster art as well as the honor of contributing an audio/video art installation to the group show. Come to the new creative HOMECOMING and experience some interactive art and dance the nights away with us!
The multi-talented singer/songwriter V. Contreras commissioned us to create album art for a string of new releases—first up is her single “Like It’s Yesterday,” which premiered on Huffington Post!
The lovely and inimitable singer/songwriter V. Contreras asked me to create her new logo as she prepares to release new material—we loved putting together an original graphic and font that expresses both the formal, glamorous approach and the independent, edgy spirit to her songwriting.
We love making poster art for Lemolo and really love that our home town of Tacoma is their “New Songs + Spaces” tour kick-off!
It’s that time of year again—sun, river, forest, and lots of face-melting pop, soul, and rock…here’s this year’s poster art we created for TIMBER! Outdoor Music Festival!
Another poster for the lovely Lemolo—this one for their upcoming Valentine’s Day show with some other badass ladies (and gentlemen) of Seattle music.
The good folks behind Tacoma, WA’s Squeak & Squawk music festival are hosting a fundraiser show (featuring Widowspeak!) for which they asked me to design graphic art to be printed on shirts and posters as part of the initiative. Can you find the two S’s? The two Q’s? How about the two mice and the two birds? What else do you see…?
This is a pretty tight lineup for the 4th annual TIMBRRR! Winter Music Festival in Leavenworth, WA—hope our chill poster art does the firecracker bands some justice!
Seattle area producer and musical collaborator Phinisey is striking out on his own and releasing solo music—doing Something New…starting with this music film we created for him. We wanted him to exist in a dreamy blank slate miasma of color about to take shape into “Something New”—like the dawn of the universe or the morning sky. It’s Phinisey’s heartfelt delivery, though, that makes the visuals pop!