Joe Sayaman, a CD/copywriter in San Francisco, and a gay, Filipino, first-generation immigrant, wanted to do something to commemorate a historic Pride Month.
"I recognized that LGBTQ+ Pride and true progress in our community means nothing if it doesn’t recognize the struggles of other minorities that intersect with ours, especially those within our own rainbow circle — be it trans, black, indigenous, immigrant, refugees, HIV-positive, or differently-abled people," he told us.
With the virus raging havoc on life, its easy to forget how desperate of a situation we are facing from climate change. Sfdrones.tv, a SF based aerial cinematography company, set out to make a 'visual meditation' on the theme of climate and the arctic. Rather then bash people over their heads, they simply showed the incredible beauty of glaciers.
It's time for SF Design Week, just a little different than we're all used to. Due to the circumstances surrounding COVID19, San Francisco Design Week is transitioning to the first regional design festival to go virtual during the pandemic.
Thousands of attendees will connect online for virtual experiences, digital and online programming, livestreamed studio crawls, networking events and more.
In light of all the recent events in our country, Zack Browne - Senior Copywriter at Butler Shine Stern & Partners (BSSP) - felt compelled to articulate his feelings on racism and being a Black man in America today, sharing a poem with his colleagues last week. They were so moved with his heartfelt words that Zack was inspired to share his piece with the world. With the help of a few of his friends and BSSP teammates, Zack was able to bring his words to life, turning his poem into a short[Read More]