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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

OUR COLLABORATORS 

The Jettison Creative Artist Residency program is dedicated to creating an accessible studio space and is a dynamic opportunity for emerging artists to work and develop their visual art practice. The monthly residency includes professional development opportunities including studio space for workshops, photoshoots, and an exhibition, a collaborative mini-documentary that creates a narrative and tells a compelling story of the artist and their medium, and introduces a diverse community to broaden the artist’s exposure to patrons, curators, and art lovers. 

PHILIPPA RENSHAW

ARTIST HIGHLIGHT

Renshaw is an interdisciplinary Artist, Designer, and Maker, based in San Francisco. She creates surface patterns by employing an array of often undervalued processes such as printmaking and textiles.

APRIL 27 + MAY 5

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STELLA HARRY LEE

ARTIST HIGHLIGHT

Stella is a material designer in San Francisco. Raised in Seoul, she attended Maryland Institute College of Art where she studied fiber. Stella’s work addresses the challenges she faced designing for the climate in a Fortune 500 company and confronting her own consumerism. Redefining materiality is a prevalent theme in her work, which she uses to playfully tell the story of consumption through constructing shoes with cut-up shopping bags and post-consumer waste. Her work further expands to conceptualizing the possibilities of growing your own materials, challenging fashion’s existing supply chain system. 

JUNE 28 + 30

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ALEXIS FLOYD 

ARTIST HIGHLIGHT

 Photographer based in the Bay Area region of California. My photographs are a rhythmic balance of style and intimacy inspired by music and fashion culture. 

I have always used my artistic expression as a source of freedom and individuality. Photography has rewarded me with the ability to express my art through imagery, taking me on a journey through the trials and tribulations of life. Throughout my studies and career, I’ve concluded that all aspects of art buckle down to one primary purpose, action. It is a significant responsibility to evoke a movement of sorts out of viewers mentally, emotionally, or physically. Photography allows me to create art that sets that action in motion, and my mission is to utilize those responsibilities with originality, style, and grace.

AUGUST 10 + 11

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Meica Soto

MEICA SOTO

ARTIST HIGHLIGHT

Michael “Meica” Soto is a lifestyle, travel, portrait and fashion photographer based in San Francisco.

His work seeks to explore storytelling through imagery.

SEPTEMBER 14 + 15

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TED CHIN

ARTIST HIGHLIGHT

Ted Chin is a digital surrealist and photographer originally from Taiwan, now based in San Francisco, USA. He is widely recognized for his exquisite Photoshop composite art, which exudes a dreamy and surreal quality, occasionally touched with ethereal nature spirits.

 

With over eight years of expertise in digital production, Ted has catered to a wide array of international clients, including Grammy, Apple, Warner Bros, HBO, Meta, and Adobe, navigating the realms of fine art and the commercial industry. His exceptional talents were recently acknowledged when he was selected as the cover artist for the Adobe Photoshop 2021 splash screen.

 

Ted's boundless creativity is driven by a desire to capture and communicate the captivating wonder and beauty of the world, inspiring viewers with his imaginative artwork.

OCTOBER 25 + 26

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KYLE MILLER

ARTIST HIGHLIGHT

 Hi! I'm Kyle Miller, a photographer based out of San Francisco, CA. The past few years, I’ve been predominantly shooting with small point and shoot film cameras - something I can toss in my jacket pocket and run out the door with. Photography is often the reason that pushes me to get outside, get some steps in, and enjoy life. I focus on capturing images that show the human side of the city - often seeking to photograph connection, juxtaposition, and people showing their true selves.

NOVEMBER 9 + 16

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