Vulcan Arts + Entertainment

"Seattle-based Vulcan Inc. is the engine behind philanthropist and Microsoft cofounder Paul G. Allen's network of organizations and initiatives. Empowered by Paul's vision to make a positive difference in the world, we work to be catalysts for change. We share a commitment to improving our planet through catalytic philanthropy, inspirational experiences, and scientific and technological breakthroughs. As we look at tackling some of the world's hardest problems, we join Paul in always asking: “What solution should exist that doesn’t?” We are a unique group of professionals – from technologists to biodiversity experts to filmmakers to investors to research scientists to art curators – who thrive in the face of the challenge and opportunity to help solve big problems in unconventional ways." - Vulcan

"Vulcan’s arts and entertainment portfolio consists of live music and art events, cultural spaces, and represents museums. All designed to educate, entertain and inspire." - Vulcan Arts + Entertainment

Upstream Music Fest + Summit

"Upstream Music Fest + Summit is a three-day music fest where attendees can discover acclaimed national artists performing alongside rising stars from the Northwest and beyond. Our open campus in the heart of Seattle’s historic arts and entertainment district allows for serendipitous moments for fans and musicians alike, and our variety of ticket options means you can curate your perfect weekend of music." -Upstream Music Fest + Summit

The Seattle Cinerama

A collection of works done for The Seattle Cinerama.

Illustration done by Invisible Creature.  Cinerama photography by Benjamin Benschneider

Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum

"The Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum facility is located at the southeast corner of Paine Field in Everett, Wash. FHCAM is a rare private collection of WWII era aircraft, tanks, combat armor and other technologies, painstakingly restored to working condition and displayed alongside interactive multimedia exhibits like Why War: The Causes of Conflict. Attendees will often find FHCAM mechanics working on restoration and maintenance as they explore the museum, providing a unique opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the process of bringing historic technology back to life. FHCAM is more than a passive display of vintage machines, it allows attendees to hear, smell, feel and watch history come to life at museum events hosted throughout the year." - Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum