TKA recently launched Let Your City Speak, a video documentary series about the artists, craftsmen and visionaries who make Richmond, Virginia such a unique and culturally vibrant place to work and live.
Let Your City Speak currently highlights the stories of eight inspiring Richmonders: Allan Coberly, Radio DJ at WRIR 97.3; Noah Scalin, award winning artist known for his Skull-A-Day project; Dustin Lee, freelance painter; Rob Sheley of Plan 9 Records; Eric Pfieiffer, illustrator and brain child behind the Kid Havoc comics; Fred Pinckard, Salvation Tattoo artist; Justin Tran, illustrator; and Phil Cunningham of the Rag and Bones Bicycle Co-op.
Each video represents a Richmond neighborhood or district, including Jackson Ward, the Fan, the Museum District, Carytown, Downtown, Northside, Scott’s Addition and VCU. The King Agency hopes to expand on the series in 2015 to feature additional prominent artists and small business owners in the Richmond area.
Let Your City Speak was produced by TKA intern Jane Taylor. For more information or to watch the documentaries, click here.