Studio’s Brad Simon is a part of a group show happening at Fifty24PDX Gallery. The show features work from local Portland artist and opening night, December 7th, will feature music by Ohmega Watts. Mark your calendars.
Get ready to welcome Cut Chemist, Lyrics Born, and Pigeon John to our LunchBox Music Series third installment! Monday October 23rd 12:30 to 1 in the Atrium. If you would like to bring a friend, feel free. Make sure you check out the awesome posters Fritz made! And as always big thank you’s to Dan, Sudeep, and Marciano for making these happen and as incredible as they are! See you Monday!
Give a shout to Larry Baltutis. Larry is at the moment living the hobo ideal….sort of. He Currently receives mail and his family lives in the Bay Area (San Leandro) while he is here in Portland helping on several accounts for Floyd Rockers crew. How fitting that his own site is called Hobostrol.com. A midwesterner and University of Wisconsin-Stout graduate with a Graphic Design background.
Well, not really a news flash anymore because Julie Gash has been in the studio now for over a week having taken over where Josh Scott left off as a Studio Assistant. As a matter of fact, Julie has become rather savvy in taking over roles in her experience here at WK. She started here almost 7 years ago on the first day that the current WK Portland building opened. Back then she worked for Todd Waterbury who is now in the NY office and whom Josh is working for. She also spent 3 years working for Bill Davenport on WK Entertainment and Broadcast Production. She arrives in Studio after a stint working on EA Sports with Mike McCommon. This Oregon Native and UofO alum is excited about her latest role and views working in the studio as working in an agency within the agency. The diversity of projects and different challenges that exist in studio daily have her happy to be here. Welcome Julie into this side of the building and ask her about her recent trip to Alaska.