There’s a magical place in San Francisco where creativity runs free and artists can grow in ways they never imagined.
My love affair with Dickerman Prints began in 2010.
I had just finished up a year-long backpacking adventure. My hard drive was full of photos from around the world, and my head was filled with dreams of working as a professional photographer.
That’s when I met Seth Dickerman – on a job interview to become the lab’s marketing director. To say that the opportunity changed my life is an understatement.
Every day, I watched Seth, Garnell, Gabriel, and Laura edit, enhance, remaster, and reimagine countless photos. Landscapes, cityscapes, portraits, old family photos, black and whites, vibrant colors, muted palates, film, digital … they worked their magic on everything!
Every time I looked over their shoulders, I learned something new. If I ever had any questions about their technique, all I had to do was ask. The best part about this generosity of information is that they readily offered it to anyone who walked in the door.
Ten years later, I still work there (very part-time) – and I just finished creating Seth’s new website. It really is my ode to the most wonderful place on earth!
Here are a collection of my favorite posters, flyers, and all sorts of other things I’ve designed over the years.
Juried Exhibition Promotion
To promote our group photo exhibitions, I use a mix of posters and flyers around town, social media, paid advertising, email marketing, and good-ole-fashioned PR.
Over the years, I have created dozens of postcards for events, sales, residency programs, and more. Here are a few of my favorite designs.
Business Card Design
We’ve gone through a lot of business cards in the past ten years.
Inside the lab
Here’s an inside look at the photo lab.