Event Recap


An Evening for Creators

Live Music, Art,
Free Food & Open Bar

February 5th, 2015
@ Rickshaw Stop

Event Recap

Creative Market & Intermission

About Intermission

Intermission is a San Francisco-based event that aims to bring creators together for an evening of art and conversation.

We believe in the importance of stepping back from our workspaces to make present connections to one another – come join us.

Intermission is curated by Creative Market.

Intermission Contributors

Learn more about the musicians and artists who will make this evening memorable for all.

Artist Cathedrals

Live Music


Cathedrals is a story of unlikely synthesis. Their sound marks the meeting place of organic and electric, the sublime and the physical; their narrative starts at the convergence of a city and a collective, a boy and a girl.

Brodie Jenkins grew up in sleepy California wine country in an old farmhouse that echoed with folk, jazz and soul. Before her fifteenth birthday she was signed and touring with her mother and sister in an Americana-steeped family band. Johnny Hwin, the son of Vietnamese refugees, taught himself piano by ear in a small town called Hercules. He played open-mic nights and made beats for hip-hop groups in high school; after finding success on the business end of the music industry, he was back in the studio full-time by 25.

The prodigious and wildly individual lines of their lives snaked and wove around San Francisco—the two of them attended Stanford simultaneously but never met—and in the summer of 2012 a mutual friend corralled them together at the fabled San Francisco artist collective, The SUB. Johnny, with his distinct electronic sensibility, had a vault of tracks and an endless string of ideas; Brodie, a soulful crooner with folk roots and a Gothic heart, found an uncanny rapport. They layered their instincts and experience over one another, their frequencies combining to yield a sound completely their own: equal parts sultry, soaring, long-lost and totally new.

Drawing simultaneously from Swedish pop and nineties trip-hop, indie dreamwave and pitch-black trap, Cathedrals effortlessly merge these disparate pieces into the gorgeous geometry that defines their kaleidoscopic debut EP. It’s the surprising but perhaps inevitable product of two people who grew up drawing on divergent, stratospheric facilities, whose lives are now steeped in the granular collectivity of a profuse artistic space. Cathedrals sounds at once cinematic and warmly, immediately human: in this web of juxtaposition, the duo’s music coheres like a stained-glass window, a bouquet of roses blooming in the night.

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Artist Aaron

DJ Set

Aaron Axelsen

Bay Area native Aaron Axelsen is Music Director/Assistant Program Director of San Francisco Alt rock radio station LIVE 105 and he hosts its two long-running weekend new music radio shows-- Subsonic and Soundcheck.

Aaron also launched one of the longest-running weekly indie parties on the planet, Popscene, which made its debut back in 1995 and has been throwing weekly parties ever since. Popscene has launched hundreds of amazing bands over the years and was the SF destination debut for acts like Killers, Amy Winehouse, Mumford and Sons, Sam Smith, Muse, Calvin Harris, Phoenix, Alt-J, Kiesza, Foster The People, Imagine Dragons, Ellie Goulding, Cut Copy, Vampire Weekend and countless others

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Artist Wait What

DJ Set

Wait What

wait what fused the debut record of British indie rock group The xx with vocals from The Notorious B.I.G., and created the notorious xx, which quickly garnered critical acclaim from New York Magazine, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, and The Guardian UK, who dubbed it “the best mashup album of 2010” — it received over one million downloads.

Since then, he teamed up with Dave Eggers’ 826 Valencia and indieshuffle.com to release a new mixtape, this is real life, under a pay-what-you-want model, raising thousands of dollars for 826 Valencia, a youth writing non-profit.   With three albums to tour on, his live performances have taken him all over, from Fashion Week in Toronto, a club show in Kigali, Rwanda, playing at the top club in Bangkok, and performing with artists including Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, and Taking Back Sunday.   Charlie Kubal, the man behind the wait what project, creates music wherever he can — previously working at Google and traveling often, he’d create tracks in airports, and has since begun business school at Stanford. He finds time between Marketing class and study groups to produce new tracks and play live shows, which have been known to include eccentric costumes, a live drummer going nuts, free stuff, temporary tattoos, and lots and lots of dancing.

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Artist Aoin

Visual Art

All of it Now

All of it Now is an interactive creative agency comprised of artists, designers and engineers who develop visual content and immersive installations for brands, marketing agencies, entertainers and music festivals worldwide.

Since forming in 2011, All of it Now’s unique experiential work has captivated audiences both domestically and internationally as a multifaceted, interdisciplinary agency, with over 10 years of experience in 2D / 3D animation and TV / Live Production.

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Artist Nathan Perkel

Visual Art

Nathan Perkel

Nathan Perkel is New York City based photographer.

Clients: Adidas, All Day Everyday, Audi, BMW Magazine, Cervelo, Esquire, ESPN, Herman Miller, Hug, Jalouse, Louis Vuitton, London Sunday Time, Newsweek, New York Times, Nike, Nylon, Proctor & Gamble, Runners World, Saatchi Saatchi, Time Magazine, United States Coast Guard, Wieden Kennedy, XXL

Artist Terry

Visual Art

Terry Barentsen

Terry Barentsen is a San Francisco based cinematographer and photographer. He’s a maker of things at The WEREHAUS and a contributor to Full Frame Collective

Artist Travis Jensen

Visual Art

Travis Jensen

I moved to San Francisco nearly two decades ago, fresh out of high school, with a duffle bag, skateboard and $800 cash. I've paid dues to establish myself here and can't imagine living anyplace else. I love everything about The City...the people, sights, sounds, smells, and oddities...all of it, and I never get bored lurkin' these streets with a camera.

Artist Patrick B

Visual Art

Patrick Beaudouin

Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Patrick has spent his lifetime exploring, experiencing and photographing the beauty, variety and complexity of his surroundings. Having traveled numerous times to various countries, he is continually expanding his personal experiences, translating his images into stories and emotion. Well-versed in a variety of photographic styles - from portraiture to abstract - his ability to take every day subjects and turn them into dreamscapes gives his photographs a kind of permanent other worldly presence.

Patrick Beaudouin has emerged as a singular voice among an ever growing field of talented young photographers - producing work that conveys an innate awareness of and a deep connection to, his human, manmade and natural subjects.

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Visual Art


WEREHAUS is a San Francisco based creative studio producing both original and commercial content. Our team has experience in all things film and video, web, photo, design and strategy.

Artist Hybycozo

Visual Art


Created by Serge Beaulieu & Yelena Filipchuk, HYBYCOZO, or the Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone, is a series of sublime, laser cut cosmic objects, ranging from a Burning Man art installation to design pieces for the home.

The project is inspired by the intersection of science, technology, maker culture in the Bay Area, and of course, the artists’ favorite book, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. HYBYCOZO was designed by 2 San Francisco artists who are hoping to take their passion for design, technology, geometry, and installation art to the next level and expand it into thought provoking art and design.

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Artist Orange

Food & Activities

Orange Photography

We are a San Francisco based full-service agency that offers services to both organizations and individuals. Over the past 10 years, we have built an impressive brand rooted in the principles of excellence and diversity, and expanded our offerings to not just the San Francisco Bay Area but also nationally and internationally.

From the most exclusive, intimate affairs to global incentive programs and huge multi-day engagements, our clients have come to count on our dedicated staff to deliver stunning images and unparalleled customer service throughout their entire experience with Orange.

Our team includes renowned photographers and videographers, as well as an exceptional client services department. Together, we work for the success of each client’s unique needs.

What stands our agency apart from the others is our commitment to our community and the environment. From our inception we have given our time and services to those who could not otherwise afford them. We’ve also worked hard to develop a socially responsible company and are proud to say we are the first photography studio in the City and County of San Francisco to receive the San Francisco Green Business designation.

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Artist Chairman

Food & Activities

The Chairman Truck

Chef Hiroo Nagahara is the culinary mastermind behind the Chairman. He was formerly restaurateur Charlie Trotter's executive chef at Bar Charlie in Las Vegas and partnered with Mobi Munch to bring his food to the masses. As Chef Hiroo explains, "Mobi Munch challenged me to blur the lines between brick-and-mortars and the food truck scene. We wanted to see how far we could push street food using techniques from high-end restaurants and The Chairman was my first concept.