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Client: Off The Grid

Posted on: January 27th, 2013 by admin No Comments

Project: Visual Marketing collateral

Process: Off the Grid is a company that provides areas around the Bay Area for food trucks to set up on a weekly calendar.  I created marketing material by documenting all of their markets in the bay area, all special events.

Result: Web and Print ready visual marketing and branding for a growing small business.

Client: Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates

Posted on: January 27th, 2013 by admin No Comments

Project: Mayoral Campaign Reelection Art

Process: Tom Bates was up for his third election as the Mayor of Berkeley, CA, working with Tom and his staff I created the mayors reelection art for his 2012 campaign. To recreate a number of key elements of his campaign, we toured around Berkeley and captured photos of Tom interacting with the community, business owners, students and families.

Result: Web and print ready reelection campaign art and a successful reelection.

The Queen of Tupperware

Posted on: September 8th, 2011 by Joe No Comments

Helen Waite is both a queen of tupperware and a drag queen extraordinaire, and hosts regular tupperware parties in San Francisco on the weekends. On weekdays Helen goes back to being Chaz Kujak, a male manager at a biotech company. See the full story here.

 

Art Opening @ Nielsen Art Gallery

Posted on: November 15th, 2010 by Joe 1 Comment

Here are the framed and Matted photos that will be at the show

EBX: A Bus Named Larry

Posted on: October 6th, 2010 by Joe No Comments

Larry Benson

Article by  Rachel Swan

John Benson is a congenital mensch. He turned his North Oakland house into a loosely structured co-op for seven people. He holds the deed to another house in Albion, Michigan, where friends go to do art projects and record noise albums. He has a day job fixing wheelchairs and driving disabled people home from medical appointments at Easy Does It Emergency Services. His mother used a wheelchair and he grew up helping her get around. Alms-giving is part of his natural constitution. Read more….

EBX: The Don’ts just do it

Posted on: October 6th, 2010 by Joe No Comments

The Don'ts

Article by Rachel Swan

Collectively, The Don’ts are an odd bunch. Guitarist Joe Don’t is the skinny, self-effacing hipster who looks like he could have been a centerfold in Paste Magazine. (Needless to say, he hates hipsters — always a dead giveaway.) Bassist JJ Don’t is the failed standup comedian-turned-Internet tech guy. He grew up playing in school bands, and knows all the modal scales by heart. Singer Jonny Don’t is famous for horrendously strange lyrics — like a line he dreamed up during a recent jam session about how “everybody’s mom works at the airport.” Drummer Ken Don’t dyes his hair in bright primary colors, but says that swimming-pool green is his natural hue. According to Joey, he’s kind of a man-witch. Read More…..

East Bay Express Shoot: Banks Tighten Loan Requirements

Posted on: August 24th, 2010 by Joe No Comments

Banks Tighten Loan Requirements

Local business and real estate investors, tangled in red tape, seek creative ways to get financing.

By Michele Ellson

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East Bay Express Cover: The Mighty Underdogs

Posted on: August 24th, 2010 by Joe No Comments

On a hot East Bay afternoon, several weeks ago I spent a bit of time photographing the super-trio, The Mighty Underdogs. Comprised of  the Gift of Gab (Blackalicious), Lateef the Truth Speaker (Latryx) and Headnotic of Crown City Rockers. Here’s the cover for the East Bay Express.

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East Bay Express: Don’t Hurt ‘Em, R.O.D

Posted on: August 17th, 2010 by Joe No Comments

Some recent work for the East Bay Express-

An Oakland R&B star turns mean-spirited lyrics into marketing genius.

By Rachel Swan

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East Bay Express: Laughs Come Cheap at the Layover

Posted on: August 17th, 2010 by Joe No Comments

A recent photo shoot done for the East Bay Express-

Tuesday night stand-up becomes part of a nascent comedy renaissance in Oakland.

Story By Rachel Swan

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