The Lunch Box @ Hum Creative

Join us at a different local studio each month for The Lunch Box. Break away from your desk to visit an amazing studio and listen to local design leaders present original perspectives that will inspire, shift or interrupt your relationship with the design space. After the presentation there will be a chance to ask questions and pick the brains of some of Seattle's brightest design minds. Our July lunch will be hosted by Hum Creative in their awesome space who will discuss:

High Altitude Swim Club: Hum’s Guide to the Enchantments and Chasing the Work You Want to Do
Every Friday Hum focuses on self initiated projects that inspire us as creatives, unite us as a studio, and make us better at what we love to do. Come hear about a recent trip three of our designers took to the Enchantments, and the guide they created for backpacking in a protected wilderness area. See the guide online at

Kate Harmer
As the owner and creative director of Hum Creative, Kate has a knack for recognizing and fostering talent. She received her MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts. Beginning at Starbucks Global Creative, she’s been working as an illustrator and designer for more than 10 years.

Andrew Nedimeyer
Before joining Hum, Andrew designed skateboard parks and ran his own design and development studio. His varied skills and strengths make him a total unicorn. Andrew is both alumni and web design faculty at Seattle Central Creative Academy.

Aaron Bloom
Aaron’s work is both strong and surprising, offering the best possible product that is a natural realization of the brand. Aaron has a degree in graphic design from Seattle Central Creative Academy and has worked with clients including Rachel’s Ginger Beer, Microsoft, Starbucks Global Creative, Seattle Theatre Group, and the Seattle Times.

Glenn Newcomer
Glenn brings a broad perspective to each project, with experience in the coffee, marijuana, fishing and action sports industries working with clients such as Seattle’s Best Coffee, Nuun, Microsoft, Seattle Art Museum, Coleman. He's always stoked on good work and visionary clients. He went to Western Washington University and learned the ad game at Creature. His work has been featured in Creative Arts and the Brand New Annual.

About Hum
Since opening its doors in 2010, Hum has built a thriving office culture that has attracted the very best designers and thinkers. Together they've developed smart creative with measurable results for an impressive list of clients, including KEXP, Cornish College of the Arts, and Corbis. In addition to countless design publications, Hum's work has been seen in iTunes commercials, Vanity Fair Magazine, and on the New York Times Best Seller List.

Arrive at Hum Creative between 11:30-11:45 am to pick up your lunch then listen to insanely bright design professionals and meet a few new folks in the process! When registering, you'll have the option to choose from a lunch menu including vegetarian, gluten-free and health-conscious options. AIGA members, please use your member-number during the registration process.

206 1st Ave S., #510 | Seattle, WA 98104

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The Lunch Box identity was designed by Tyler Engman.

When & Where
Wed, Jul 8, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Hum Creative
206 1st Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104