“Coop”, the host, from Kirkwood Mountian Resort
Daron Rahlves from Rahlves Banzai
Jon Copeland from E:K Kirkwood
Patsy McCullough & Rob Lemon from Any Mountain
Casey Lucas & Hazel Birnbaum of the Kirkwood Ski Team
Transmissions-LIVE, a live music and interview show based in the San Francisco Bay Area, is proud to announce our second season and the next show will be filmed on November 6th at The Brick & Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco, featuring the artist K.Flay. for a live performance and interview, with special guest Trishes.
Kirkwood Mountain Resort is launching a new online video channel called #KirkwoodDEEP and Transmissions-LIVE will be assisting in the live broadcast November 1st LIVE from The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, CA. Stay tuned to the Kirkwood Mountain Resort YouTube Channel
1.) Enter your #kirkwoodDEEP story at the Kirkwood Mountain Facebook page, and write the passions for skiing and riding in Kirkwood.
Or 2.) Pre-register now for the free BCA clinic at the Redwood City Any Mountain October 24th, or the Corte Madera Any Mountain on Oct 25th at this link: every participant will receive a VIP invite +1 to the #KirkwoodDeep launch at the Palace of Fine Arts
There’s an amazing number of prizes available at the launch party, interviews with athletes and industry standouts, a movie premiere and much, much more.
TRANSMISSIONS-LIVE: Sleepy Sun Episode 8 (Preview)
Here’s a preview of our episode featuring Sleepy Sun. An amazing psychedelic rock band which played at The Brick & Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco, CA. Which the new song “11:32″ is performed. Continue reading
The Transmissions-LIVE show along with the episodic interviews & performances, also covers concerts and photography of events throughout the area: festivals, venues and headlining acts. Below are some examples.
STUDIO PROJECT: APPCENTRAL COMIC STRIP
This was a illustration project for a comic strip for App Central’s email newsletter. “Each strip takes a look at the challenges facing mobile app deployment and management.” These comic strips had the highest email open rate for this client, so, this is another example of how great content will push engagement. And they we’re cute… who doesn’t like cute.
Check out the new iPhone project “SF Heroes” I did the UI & Graphic Design for this project by Cosmicube and for the city of San Francisco’s emergency preparedness dept. They wanted a fun comic book look. which it’s a little retro and a lot bold. So go download the app on iTunes now, and keep an out for the Android version down the road.
Here’s a cute promo video about the app, done by The San Francisco Department of Emergency Management (DEM)