John T. Young is a Harley riding art professor, public artist and host of You Call That Art?! He taught Sculpture and Public Art at the University of Washington in Seattle, the Public Art Capital of the world, for 25 years. He is also a nationally renowned sculptor, having created over 35 large scale outdoor public commissions for cities, counties, and national universities. His work has been exhibited at OK Harris Gallery in New York City since 1986 and written about in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine, among many others. An author too, he wrote Contemporary Public Art in China, the only book in the English language on the subject. John is the soul, inspiration and heart of this series. His ideas, analysis and critiques are You Call That Art?!
To see some of Professor John T. Young’s work visit his web site at the University of Washington.
Peter Rummel has been a shooting video for over 25 years and was a featured videographer at KCTS-9 in Seattle. Peter is accustomed to grabbing his High Definition camera and heading out to locations around the world. Besides a series of credits at KCTS that include Bill Nye The Science Guy, and Inside Edition, Peter has been a principal videographer for Rick Steves’ Europe, and Rudy Maxa’s World.
Hayley Lauren Young co-edited You Call That Art?!. She graduated in 2009 from Whitman College with her B.A. in Rhetoric and Film Studies. She has written, filmed, and edited several short films including SCOPE, a partially-animated, partially acted production. She co-edited and co-filmed So Much Moore, a web series featuring Seattle lifestyle expert Kelley Moore.
Original Music was composed, recorded, and produced by Kevin Jones who performs solo, duo, trio, and with The Kevin Jones Band . Kevin is Northwest based Producer, Singer Songwriter, Guitarist, and Vocalist. As a touring musician and has shared stages with national acts such as John Hiatt, Roseanne Cash, Bruce Cockburn, Joan Baez, Laura Love, Marc Cohn, Michael Tomlinson, & Catie Curtis. Turn Studios is Kevin’s privately owned recording studio that is used for his own music of which he has 4 CD’s to date, for several other artists projects he produces, and for the music for the show. More information can be found at www.kevinjones.net