The folks at Philly.com recently interviewed me about my relationship with Philadelphia, my work, and Good Motion Project- a collaborative film production company I co-founded with a focus on sustainability and landscape architecture.
If you’re familiar with Philadelphia’s contemporary art scene, you may already know Dan. This Drexel grad is the guy behind Stupid Easy Gallery, located in the heart of Old City, and has worked on countless visual projects for Visit Philly, Mural Arts, Philly.com, and a number of local creatives and musicians like Duke & Winston and DRGN KING. The gallery now functions primarily as a work studio space and King has refocused his efforts on new projects, instead of gallery shows. In college, Dan would consume much of his days exploring the metropolitan college campus. “I would spend a lot of my free time exploring the urban landscape,” he says. “With camera in-tow I would mountain bike deep into Fairmount Park or wander the massive corridors of City Hall. I’m really fascinated by the history and culture of this city.” So it’s no surprise that he’s managed to involve himself is some of the city’s coolest local projects.
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