Creative Process in 20x20
"AIGA Knoxville Design Week" Thursday night event. This event will feature the interpretation of ‘process’ by some of Knoxville’s greatest creative talents.
Doors open at 6:00, presentations start at 7:30.
FortySeven Media / Web Designer
Partners Jonathan Longnecker and Nate Croft have been crafting websites, producing videos and building brands since 1999.
Nick Hollensbe / Videography
Nick an award-winning video producer, and is currently the
Manager of Online Initiaves at Scripps Networks since 2007.
Sara Pattison / Printmaker
The Happy Envelope is a stationery design company specializing in custom invitations and announcements, owned and operated by husband and wife team, Sarah and Ty. Sarah is the creative visionary behind projects ranging from couture wedding invitations to small letterpressed notecards and everything in between.
Bruce Cole / Photographer
For almost 20 years Bruce has been shooting for commercial and editorial clients, including NASA, Travel Channel and The San Diego Zoo. Subjects include architecture and design, products, food, art, people.
Paul Seylar / Creative Director
As Creative Director of Scripps Networks Interactive since 1997, Paul is responsible for the brand identity and managing the creation of all internal and external resources. The in-house design team works closely with all of the SNI brands such as HGTV, Food Network, and Travel Channel.
Multidisciplinary studio / Studio four Design
Since 2002, Studio Four Design has employed a select group of planners, graphic artists, architects, interior designers and consultants to meet every client’s needs. The team works on an array of local and national projects, including educational facilities, medical centers, athletic venues, banks and museums.
Chef / Holly Hambright
Holly graduated from the Culinary Arts Institute in Baltimore first in her class. She currently runs a catering company, “Holly’s Eventful Dining,” and restaurant “Holly’s Corner.” In 2013 and 2014 she was named to the Best Chefs in America Roster, and awarded “Best Caterer” by Metro Pulse and CityView magazine.
Film / William Mahaffey
William is a University of Tennessee graduate, filmmaker and Horror aficionado. After growing tired of never having a film festival in Knoxville that supported genre films, he founded Knoxville Horror Film Fest in 2009 and is currently hard at work on planning the 6th annual festival.
architect / Eric Bowen
Eric has been an active architect for 22 years, and is currently a partner at Johnson Architecture, Inc. He’s had an active role in the design and preparation of construction documents for projects including the Maryville Municipal Center and Anderson Hall Renovations at Maryville College.
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