With a setup 10 years in the making Josh Horton, home grown designer from Memphis, brought massive talent from across the country to Memphis and dubbed the event Creative Works. Josh came to design through stages of exploration including medical practice, business development, and sound engineering. It was through sound engineering he fueled the possibility for design, left Memphis, learned he could make a living at it, and later came back to champion the celebration of Memphis and the catalyst that is creativity.
No plugs this week
Marty Neumeier – author
Creative Memphis Reading list [coming soon]
General Platen- t-shirt
Ronnie Lewis – Designer/Typographer Memphis, TN
t-Shirt Josh was wearing (Hieroglyph)
“everybody was doin side projects and when you get lucky enough the side project become the thing that you can actually start focusing on.”
Mid-South by Mid-West – Creative Works, Indie Memphis, Gonerfest
Kevin Kane – president and CEO of the Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau and president of its subsidiary MMG LLC, which manages the Memphis Cook Convention Center and the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts.
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