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Artizen 1-2

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är'tĭ-zә n contributors Beth Golden contributed our story on Devil's Backbone Brewery. She lives in the opposite end of the county that is home to the subject of her story, but plans to travel up the mountain more frequently to sample Jason's beers and enjoy the rustic lodge-style ambience that reminds her of her many trips out west. A self-proclaimed "lager girl," she dedicates this story to Chris Wadsworth — a friend who first introduced her to the world of home-brewed beer, and who passed away earlier this year. Mark C. Harvey is a graphic designer, photographer, and selfpublishing artist living in Los Angeles. He also teaches graphic design at Pasadena City College. While having an eclectic connection to many urban art forms, pop culture, film, photography and avant garde book production, he's admired and immersed himself in street artists for some time. He contributed our piece on graffiti artist, Estria. ( Christina Ritchie Rogers ( is earning a M.S. in Mass Communications / Multimedia Journalism from Virginia Commonwealth University. After years in corporate america, she is glad to finally break free and afford herself the opportunity to pursue writing. She lives in Charlottesville, Va. with her artist husband, Nathaniel ( and hopes to use writing as a vehicle to foster appreciation for the arts and arts education. Jeff Schad is a principal at Montauk Marketing and Design as well as publisher of the SurfRhythm website.With interests in music, surfing, photography, writing and journalism, Jeff enjoyed interviewing a true artisan in the surfing industry. (, Robin Horton is the publisher of Urban Gardens (, a green blog that explores innovative and eco-friendly designs, and ideas for the stylish urban garden. When she isn't blogging, Robin is a creative catalyst: Principal and Creative Director of Robin Horton Design (, a communications design company specializing in print and web solutions. She is also co-facilitator of the The Creative Blogging Workshop ( 61

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