Ink Lounge is a single person, multi-disciplinary creative studio on a mission to explore positive results. I design materials with compelling messages to engage your audience to action. I share and apply my expertise on screen printing to help your project come to life. I create unique events and opportunities to support and engage the community.
Please take a few minutes to explore the site, as you'll find that I have a multitude of resources and skills available to help you navigate your own story where together we'll find success.
Branding & Messaging
Collaborating with organizations to create and strengthen the foundation of their brand.
Producing materials to support organizations' initiatives that encourages customer action.
Creating compelling imagery to support the conceptual direction & engage the audience.
The commercial components of the studio enable me to fund initiatives and apply my creative skills to support our community and give actions to my words.
NEXT EVENT March 26, 10am-4pm
Ink Lounge will be participating in Denver's Month of Printmaking and all are invited to tour the remodeled studio that will include demonstrations and several screen printing exhibits.
NEXT DATE Saturday, February 5, 2-3pm
I've been donating my skills and resources as a designer and screen printer to help give social issues awareness as I believe many of US want to be involved and support others.
Exploring is Free
Please visit the virtual tour page to learn more about the studio and set up an in-person tour.
Commercial Poster Screen Printing
The studio's focus is gig posters, limited edition art prints, and other flatstock items.
Screen Exposure for Local Printers
New screens available or provide your own.
Open Studio for Screen Printers
Rent studio space to screen print by the hour.
Beginning Screen Print Workshop
I teach a solid foundation allowing you to apply to your own artistic endeavors.
Good Ink for Youth
I donate time and resources to speak to schools and youth organizations, give them a chance to pull a print, and talk about art & social issues.