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      Meet Brenton Giesey

      born and raised in cincinnati, brenton giesey was raised on punk and alternative music and fell in love with flipping through his parents’ vinyl records and national geographic magazines. he would pore over liner notes and spend hours recreating logos and icons. this not only instilled his love for visual art, but also solidified his core philosophy that images should be timeless and convey emotion. his work with musicians, artists and celebrities has taken him all over the world and yielded an extensive portfolio. brenton works with upcycled materials, stencils and carefully curated colors and travels extensively to produce passionate, expansive artworks and images. currently based in los angeles, brenton favors analog techniques to create his powerful and iconic imagery.

      Meet Kit Smith

      In 2005 I started building guitars and ukuleles in Berkeley, California. Mostly, I would create unusual instruments configured with various vintage and repurposed parts. Since moving to the desert in 2017 I have focused on building cigar box ukuleles and electric guitars with desert symbolism and patina. My goal is always great design, tone and feel. -Kit Smith Desert Homestead Guitars

      Meet Justin Go

      Justin Go was born in Los Angeles. He was educated at the University of California, Berkeley and University College London. Justin has lived in Berlin, London, Paris, and New York City, among other places. Justin's first novel, The Steady Running of the Hour, was published in 2014 by Simon & Schuster and is being translated into more than twenty languages. At present Justin is at work on a second novel.

      Meet Tanya Livingstone

      Hi...my name is Tanya Livingstone. I moved out here to the hi-desert 3 1/2 years ago with my husband, Kit. We made the move from Orange County and Berkeley (2 households...that’s a long story). We decided to make a home for ourselves here and have spent our time fixing up our little homestead and raising chickens since our human children have flown the coop. In between my work trips I needed to find a hobby to help fill my need to be creative and decided to try a crochet blanket. I really liked it...the tactile feel, the instant results...( I also like ironing and mowing the lawn for the same reason). I decided to keep crocheting different types of projects and I basically have not stopped in the past 2 years! Kit and I have loved becoming a part of the hi-desert community and meeting new creative friends!!

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