Really looking forward to this event (produced by Risikat Okedeyi – who I’ve had the pleasure of working with on a range of her events), as I’m assisting with the creative marketing. Its called nomads + tribes and is a counter-culture New Year’s Eve event, meaning you’ll be treated to WAY more than your typical New Year’s song-and-dance. Check out the event details clicking here
Haven’t posted my design work in a MIN, but I’m pretty proud of this package I’ve been producing. Above is part of a content design and marketing package I’ve been developing for Lil So So Production’s (LSP) Nomads and Tribes New Year’s 2015 New Year’s event that’s taking place at a venue in Washington, DC called Song Byrd. Please note that LSP designed the n + t logo. For info about the event click here and to review the additional visual bios of the amazing DJs and performers click Read the rest of this entry
We’re pleased to announce that, after a hiatus, we’re back with CAN I KICK IT? and have partnered with the good people at Songbyrd, so please join us for our 12th edition, on Tues. Dec. 12th, where we’ll be screening “The Way of the Dragon” starring martial arts legend Bruce Lee. To RSVP click here.
To celebrate the launch of our Byrd Over Staten EP, which drops Monday November 23rd, we’ll be conducting a listening party in DC on Saturday November 21st at Songbyrd in Adams Morgan. For the event details and to RSVP click here. Hope to see you guys out!
Really enjoying the growth we’re experiencing with CAN I KICK IT? and last month was another solid look.
Props to everyone that attended; salute to Marvin for hosting, special shouts to our amazing bartender Alyssa, Madison Davenport PR, Som Records, and Palace 5ive , DSE Live – our media partners, and thanks to TC, Cherisse, and Duane for the promotional lift. Thanks also to Lyft – our transportation sponsor.
Stay tuned for our next CAN I KICK IT? which will be Tuesday June 23rd where we’ll be screening “Big Trouble in Little China.” For more recap pics click
“Revenge of the Ninja” is one of my FAVORITE joints. Such a classic 80’s martial arts film that really popularized ninjitsu (showing a variety of the martial art form’s tenets) and had every kid that summer rocking a ninja costume. Sho Kosugi (the lead) is an icon in the game and this film, including it’s former – “Enter the Ninja” along with Sho’s other films, certainly back my statement.
See you guys Tues May 26th and for more info click here.