Yes, it's quaint and beautiful and we should all move there. I was delighted to witness what I'd heard so many people talk about—that everyone rides a bike. Some carry 1–3 others with them. I carried my sister on a bicycle a couple of times and had a terrible time getting started so I was incredibly impressed by some mothers and fathers carrying their little ones with seemingly no effort whatsoever.Read More
"In honor of radio station KEXP's "Turn It Up!" benefit, DK was commissioned to make a project honoring the local music scene. The event generated proceeds for the treasured non-profit radio organization as they moved into a new home in Seattle Center.
DK was one of many creative agencies involved, and also the only one foolhardy enough to produce a full-fledged music video in such a short time span. We created "Where I Go" — a frenetic comic-book-noir short set to the moody jams of Seattle surf goths La Luz."
I alluded to this project previously. While the art direction changed and the typography I created was not used, I got to be on set and help with some initial storyline development and various other art department needs for this video.Read More
My friend, Chris Clappe has been making cools things lately. He began with plant hangers and macrame wall hangings but has since ventured into other objects like plants stands, unconventional vases, paper weights, coasters and other such house decor items. This was an experimental piece that we turned into a necklace for fun. I shot these photos of Tyler Johnson on 35mm film.Read More
A new coffee shop & roaster in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle has opened and friends at Digital Kitchen are responsible for the branding. Andrew Swanson did a superb job on every little detail. I also got to work on this project a little bit and I am so pleased to share the site now that it's live!Read More