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A collaboration between local Portland visual artists using live projection mapping as a medium. A video jam!

Check out P3 for 5 times the video mapping hijinx, located this year on the Eastbank Esplanade at Marquam Bridge.

Brent Williams is a multimedia artist specializing in interactive installations and large-scale displays for live events and retail locations, creating emotional response via immersive sensory environments. Formal education in digital media and years of working in live music and performance inform his approach.

Andrew Wade Smith is an independent media artist focusing on creative audio visual and lighting displays for museum exhibits, retail and public spaces, live performance, as well as permanent architectural applications.

Jessey Zepeda Multi Disciplinary Artistry based In Portland, Oregon. I specialize in custom fabrication and the realization of technical art projects.The projects that I work on are collaborative in nature. From painting Trompe-l'œil murals to Projection Mapping set’s and environments, me and my team can help you execute your next project efficiently and effectively.

Amy Meyer is a communication designer based in Portland, OR. From building brands to installations, she aims to create abstract, visceral experiences through design. She has previously participated in creating light-based art installations for Portland Winter Light Festival 2017, Art Hack Day Portland, Pickathon 2018, and more.

Funk-tion Media is John Hunter.  John is a creative technologist who has performed live visuals in Portland for the last 25 years.  His experimentation with modern visual technologies include creative coding, AR, projection mapping, and many other mediums. Each new performance offers a balance of complex technical design and creativity.


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Andrew Wade Smith

Jessey Zepeda

Amy Meyer

Funk-tion Media is John Hunter

Portland Pixel Party (P3)

Funk-tion Media - John Hunter, Andrew Wade Smith, Brent Williams, Jessey Zepeda & Amy Meyer

Under the Marquam Bridge on the Eastbank Esplanade

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