About my Music Studio:
My music space resides in a 100 year old historical office building in Seattle. I’ve lugged that modular Ikea desk around in my life for over 12 years now, and it’s still going strong. I occasionally paint my instruments, and collect vintage synthesizers, a few of which you can’t see in the photograph because they’re in storage. In a world where a lot of musicians seem to be going the route of Ableton and Software Synths, I still find myself drawn to acoustic/hardware instruments, and full sized piano keyboards.
About my Art Studio:
It’s not much to look at, but I use this space to create acrylic paintings, watercolors, synthetic dread wigs/extensions, sculpture, sketches, photographs, and I stretch my own canvases here. Nearly all my furniture is on wheels, so it can be easily maneuvered into a configuration I need at the time, and the space is always changing/evolving. The most unique aspect of my art space is that it is actually a second room which is connected to my massage studio, so I am able to make art in my down time and take walk-in clients because I am often at the office already anyway. I also show my work in the massage space which doubles as my gallery.