Jules Muck started doing graffiti in Europe and great Britain twenty years ago. Muck began bombing in New York in the late 90s. She was discovered on a Bronx rooftop by Sandra Fabara “Lady Pink”, Muck apprenticed under her for the next 4 years. Muck has shown at Tokyo Big Site, the Bronx Museum of Art, the Weisman Museum in Minneapolis, Phantom Gallery in St. Louis and the Fuse Gallery in New York. She has been published in Ganz’s Graffiti Women, Cey Adam’s Definitions and both of the Murrays books Burning New York and Broken Windows. more Jules Muck
Carl’s camera takes him around the world. As a mobile video producer, he’s recently shot projects in Washington DC, Los Angeles, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Thailand, Cambodia, Israel, and throughout Spain.
Carl McLarty grew up in Washington State and attended UCLA where he studied Mandarin Chinese. In 2003 Carl began as an intern at legendary photo studio Smashbox Studios. In 2007 Carl worked for Getty Images Beijing, where he worked with Yaoming and other Chinese Olympic athletes. In 2008 Carl began to shoot photos for top creative agencies designing Hollywood movie posters in Los Angeles. In China, Carl also worked on film sets as a translator, photographer and DP (Director of Photography). For the last two years Carl has worked closely with Basque chef Aitor Olabegoya in Asia and Spain.
McLarty has filmed a diverse range of projects including: commercials, music videos, restaurant promos as well as cultural documentaries. Carl has photographed former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Oscar winning movie The Hurt Locker movie poster, actors, dancers, musicians, chefs, and business leaders. Some of Carl’s clients include W Hotel, Gin Mare, Moet Hennessy, Norlan Glass, Kuai, Primaflor, Johns Hopkins University, Concept Arts, Base-FX, Gastrojoy, Hainan Airlines, Harpers Bazaar, Hush Puppies, Migas Beijing, Sohu and The Travel Channel.
Look for Carl by searching for @mclartyfilms across social media platforms for updates on current projects or to reach out to collaborate!
Carl McLarty on Radio Venice
Radio Venice S08.E14 – June 24, 2018
Born in 1982, Audrey McNamara, came, the first of 6 children, to a humble family in Aurora, Colorado. As a child, drawing was pure play to the young artist, and she spent countless hours at her drawing table, tool in hand.
In 2005 Audrey obtained a vocational degree in Fashion Design/Garment Assembly at Emily Griffith Opportunity School in Denver.
Early days, working as a freelance artist brought Audrey influential mentors, and in 2008 it was suggested, to her, that she move to expand her field of opportunity in Los Angeles.
With an education from Venice Beach in street vending, Audrey spent time in prominent cities all over the country, and in Latin America, showing and selling her work, and gaining notoriety.
Today, she lives, with her two daughters, in Los Angeles, California, doing predominantly fine art painting and book illustration. Audrey gives many thanks to her collectors and clients for so much support over the years!
Audrey McNamara on Radio Venice
Radio Venice S07.E12 – February 25, 2018
We asked Brian to send us his bio and he responded:
My work draws inspiration from pee wee fight songs and the indifference of the female praying mantis. Hoping to convey a youthful outlook whilst soiling my clothes
Originally from Maryland, VA, Brian is an artistic icon associated with Venice, CA for more than 20 years. Brian Mylius’ work has been compared to that of the Greek-Italian Surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico.
Brian’s art is featured every week on Radio Venice … you can see this guy in the top left corner of pretty much every live stream …
Brian Mylius on Radio Venice
Radio Venice 2 Year Anniversary S06.E08 – September 24, 2017
Ruth Chase is primarily a project-based artist whose award-winning series, West of Lincoln Project, probed into the lives of individuals who grew up in Venice, CA, sharing stories of adversity transformed into valuable life wisdom. She is a California-based painter that uses biographical portraiture to communicate stories of compassion, and valuable insight that promotes positive social change. Her work includes the use of social media in her creative process to stimulate conversation around human value, as well as engaging the public to actively participate in the final outcome of her work.
The West of Lincoln Project reveals the wisdom that comes from growing up in Venice. Born and raised in Venice herself, Ruth presents an authentic and intimate view of the Venice community.
11 Individual Painted Portraits of people who grew up in Venice: Meta Zimmerman, Brad James, Fernando Manzanilla, David Fowler, Rhonda Lynn Wise, Eddie Hadvina, Leonard Duran, Elaine Leslie, Solo Scott, Gloria Olivas Omar, and Ruth Chase.
Additionally, the “West Of Lincoln” painting is a college of personal stories from people from all over the world, and across many decades. Every participant submitted an image and a recorded an audio clip about their experiences and memories of Venice CA.
Born 1965, grew up on Paloma Court in Venice, CA.
Fight for your passion like your life depends on it, because it literally does. Growing up in Venice made me who I am and afforded me a lot of opportunity. At the age of seven, I got a surfboard for Christmas and I was off and running, obsessed, and became passionate about surfing from then on. That art, or talent, kept me sane amidst all the insanity.
– Solo Scott
The Opening Reception for the West of Lincoln Project is on Saturday, August 5, 4:00–8:00 pm @ Venice Arts, 13445 Beach Ave, Venice Marina, CA
Ruth Chase and Solo Scott on
Radio Venice S05.E09 – May 7, 2017
Teddy Cannon is the man behind Axe Hugger® and Guitar Yarn.