The fishing picture started it all. That’s the joint I went to relight when I noticed the nugs looked like little trees. I arranged the herb then sketched out the character and sent a photo to my friends. They thought it was funny so I made more.
I traded product placement for samples- they got cool content and exposure to my network, I got innovative products to try. That led to giveaways and affiliate marketing opportunities where everyone benefitted.
That was the question I asked myself before making my first pot portrait. In addition to using the faces to pay respect and raise awareness, I have lofty goals of catching a sesh and delivering them in person.
I posted my first Berner cannabiscape in 2017, which he reposted and proceeded to blow up my Instagram page. It was incredible, but what happened next was better- he DM’d me asking for my number and said he had some ideas.
A couple days later I get a call from a 415 number and Bern asked me to fly out to LA to create an image for his upcoming album. Of course I said yes, just let me know when.
He says next week.
So I flew out to Burbank and spent the day making weed art in a recording studio used by legends like Snoop, Em, Rihanna and more.
There’s a cool video of the whole thing you can check out below!
So I did, and was fortunate to work with some of the most influential people in pot. I love cannabis culture, and this niche I’ve fallen into allows me to explore and share what makes cannabis so special to me. The people I’ve met along the way continue to inspire and educate in the most incredible ways.
When I’m not on a farm or focused on a project I play with pot. The plant provides limitless applications and opportunities for creativity, I’d be remiss if I turned back now.