New HQ!

I am beyond thrilled to announce that I’ve just signed a lease on a brand new space!  This orange, black, and brick box – a former motorcycle repair shop – will become the new Power and Light Press HQ effective today, January 3, 2013.  This is so exciting and daunting.  This will be the first private, non-vehicular studio that I have operated my business out of EVER.  I am so excited to have extra space, a stronger sense of identity, and a new neighborhood and community to participate in.  As some of you know, I have recently relocated to Silver City, New Mexico.  I am so happy to be here and getting back to doing what I love.  More photos to come as I move in and turn the space around.  There is MUCH work to be done in this very raw building, but I think it’s going to be a fun ride.

Right now, I’m raising my coffee mug to Em Space in Portland, where I’ve been doing my work these past four years.  Working out of a shared studio like Em Space allowed me to get my business up on its feet and work through a lot of the growing pains that come with starting a new venture.  It also allowed me to be part of a community of creative people, many of whom I count as dear friends.  I will miss you guys, please visit.

4 Responses to New HQ!

  1. Daniel MacDonald says:

    But, where are the wheels?

    Looks great. Exciting news.

  2. Welcome to Silver!!!
    Two questions – does your studio have visiting hours and can I purchase items there? Or is it just where the magic happens, and you’d prefer purchases to be made online? I’m a local here and would love to stop by! If not, no worries! Just curious :)

    • kyle says:

      Hi Jessie, thanks for writing! Sorry it’s taken me so long to respond. I don’t keep regular open hours, but I am there frequently. Just got back into town, but I should be at the studio all day tomorrow (Thurs 6/6) and the first half of Friday. Then again next week. Stop by when you can!

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