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You can view your videography project here. Please have your password ready to view your video. You will then be re-directed to your custom video gallery.  If you do not have your password or have additional questions, please contact us 

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Diner en Blanc - Seattle 2017, Official Video

Diner en Blanc - Seattle 2017, Official Video

Official video of the premier edition of Le Dîner en Blanc - Seattle took place in the picturesque and stunning Myrtle Edwards Park on the Seattle waterfront on Thursday, July 27, 2017. Over 1,000 people gathered, chicly and elegantly dressed in all white to enjoy gourmet food, great wine, dancing and the breathtaking beauty of Seattle. On behalf of your Le Dîner en Blanc - Seattle host team - Lars Johnson, Erica Snow, and Kelly Soligon - a huge, heartfelt thank you to all who made this magical evening possible! To our fabulous team of Table and Group Leaders: Meghan Finley, Dave Totten, Brian Soligon, Jenn Branstetter, Adrian Jensen, Alexis Wood, Alison Ehrlichman, Amanda Wilson, Amy Pannoni, Apryl Gates, Catherine Brown, Deanna Bryan, Jamie Drake, Jess Langmaid, Josiah Johnson, Katie Patchin, Kim Kelly, Kristen Hunter, Krysia Johnson, Madison Brooks, Melissa Porter, Olivia Becker, Pearl Angeles, Tracie Taubenheim. To Evian and Badoit - the official water partner of Le Dîner en Blanc - Seattle. To J wines, Matisia Consultants, and CRG Events - the official partners of the premier Le Dîner en Blanc - Seattle. To Bamboo Beats, Bella Umbrellas, City Catering, Earica Brown Photography, Flame Productions, John Cornicello Photography, Lyft, Mike Nakamura Photography, and superGraphics who contributed their products and services to Le Dîner en Blanc Seattle. To the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department who allowed 1,000 attendees to congregate at Myrtle Edwards Park and enjoy scenic views of the Olympics, Mt. Rainer, the Puget Sound, the Space Needle, and our Washington State Ferries. And thank you to the over 1,000 guests who embraced our inaugural Le Dîner en Blanc Seattle and celebrated with us!
Scott Chico Raskey - Artist 2016

Scott Chico Raskey - Artist 2016

Scott Chico Raskey began began his career blowing glass in Germany in 1988. There, he learned the about the process of glass and secured an apprenticeship with Peter Straud at Glaskunst aus Hopfen, Germany. Raskey establish numerous contacts within the glass community of Germany, Czeckaslovakia, and France. From these connections, he went on to teach at the German Glass School Glass House Wertheim. Along with a team of glassblowers, he traveled throughout Europe, providing demonstrations to many other glass schools. In the 1990's Raskey came back to the United States. He established his first company "Chico Art Glass". He created vibrant blown glass artworks and developed a modern contemporary style, which reflects in all of his designs. Chico Art Glass flourish into a very successful glass company. His works were shown in galleries across the country. In 2004 Raskey developed a great interest in working with metals. He began working with the Pinwheel Corporation and artist Kenneth Snelson where Raskey made significant contributions in creating of a grand art installation in the Paris Gardens of the Palais Royal Paris, France for Snelson. Now, Scott Chico Raskey has over exceeded his creative talents. He is currently a successful Glass, Metal & Interactive Sculptor, showing his works Nationally and Internationally. His Interactive works builds on the traditions of participatory art, allowing the viewer to fulfill their expectations as they navigate, intervene and manipulate visual aspects—including light, movement, and video projection within environments. Building on those traditions, kinetics and new technologies of visual recognition and response including Arduino electronics and Kinect sensors were introduced to generate a visually responsive movement, emulating nature and bringing new life to the work. It is here that the so-called artificial and natural world do not oppose each other, but become interconnected. It is not through a direct social context, but with ever changing technologies that the avant-garde is achieved. Scott Chico Raskey continues to embrace his creative talents with a great emphasis on being able to achieve all that you enthusiastically want to become in the life. ​ Filmed & Produced by Earica Brown
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