In season five of Portlandia, during the “Sea World” episode, there’s a sketch where Fred and Carrie take on the task of making a “good” conspiracy theory about the city’s mayor gain traction. It was my job to Photoshop Kyle Maclachlan’s face into Eugène Delacroix’s “La Liberté Guidant Le Peuple.”
In 2014, the Amigo/Amiga Records crew took over the Columbia City Theater in Seattle for a weekend, and they invited a few of their favorite local bands to play alongside them.
In this clip from Cameron Esposito’s ‘Same Sex Symbol,’ she recounts the time when an audience member decided to point out the obvious… that she doesn’t look like the type of woman who sleeps with men. The main question here being, was it the haircut or the vest that gave her away?
I designed several covers for the faux Portland newspaper, “Bridgetown Weekly,” that appeared throughout Season 4 of Portlandia. The paper is featured most prominently in the “Late in Life Drug Use” episode, during the sketch where Spyke (Armisen) and Iris (Brownstein) eat at a sub-par Thai restaurant that has mysteriously good reviews.
After securing the original layered files of the album art for Milagres’ ‘Violent Light,’ I was able to animate the component parts to the rhythm and dynamics of snippets from the three lead tracks.