I was in Ballard. At the Ballard Market, to be exact, food shopping for a summer camping trip. I was in the grocery section—because it’s more than just an isle—and I ran into a friend. We chatted for a few minutes, about, you know, the usual banter: I’m going camping—and I do love your new shoes!
During our banter session my friend mentioned that her friend’s friend’s cousin’s (don’t lose me here) former college roommate, a talented artist, needed some web work. Well, ok, it’s actually just my friend’s friend and I like Spaceballs, but not all of this is necessary factual. How about it’s based on a true story? Yeah, we’ll leave it at that.
I saved my friend’s friend’s information and we went our separate ways. The friend’s friend’s name was Christine Chaney. We met and instantly hit it off. We worked together for the last few months building an online presence that fit her style of artistry: bold and mathematical, sparse yet emotional. Her style is only enhanced by the shear number of mediums in which she creates. From architecture to fashion, from wall art to photography. She’ll sew you a dress and design you a building and artwork to match. And then she’ll compile all these connective art pieces into a book, which is yet another art form in itself. Yup. These are the people I love to work with. Anything goes. The sky’s the limit. And inevitably these creative creatures become my friends.
So after many meetings from a chance encounter at my neighborhood market, I am pleased to announced that not 24 hours ago we launched Christine’s new website. It is a sparse, clean and fully responsive experience, so try it out on all your devices. Leave us a comment and let us know what you think. Good day.