For comedians, bookers and promoters.
Comedy can take a village. Fortunately, Memphis has a big network of incredibly talented people to help photograph, record and promote your events and shows if you’re willing to hire them for real, actual U.S. American dollars.
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Photography & Videography
Photographer and videographer Lee Otts has become the lens behind most of the independent comedy scene, documenting several Tuesday Shows, open mics, and at least one of almost every new showcase. He also arranges for set videos, and shoots and edits the Tuesday Show promotional videos.
The main photographer of You Look Like shows, Adam Joseph’s lens has also captured comedy moments at the Memphis Comedy Festival, the Tuesday Show, and several shows at Midtown Crossing Grill. Adam’s goal is to make people smile with photography, comedy, and poems.
Art & Graphic Design
The signature style of Memphis Comedy owes a lot to the stylus of Mitchell Dunnam. Dunnam has produced multiple posters and promotional materials for multiple local comedy showcases every month, as well as for music showcases and out-of-town comedy events. Services are available in art and graphic design.
One half of the dynamic Stanley Justice productions, Huber’s poster design and filmmaking have been integral to the style and substance of Memphis performing arts for years. He is usually responsible for posters and videos promoting Don’t Be Afraid of the Comedy showcases, and produces the annual comedy short film showcase at the Memphis Comedy Festival.
Designer of the Memphis Comedy pyramid pie logo and extremely well-respected as a designer and illustrator, Jess Vandenberg tackles freelance projects of various size through her Vandyink label. She is available for logo design, poster layout, design and illustration, and merch design.
News and Press
Academy Award winning director Craig Brewer (Hustle & Flow) will be taping special performances of You Look Like for a new web series. from the facebook event: A monthly showcase of spite, a battle of bitchery, a competition of OH HELL NO at the P&H. Watch the...read more
Memphis' own Richard Douglas Jones, III opened for Patton Oswalt at the Ryman Theatre in Nashville as part of the Wild West Comedy Festival yesterday. Congrats, Richard!read more
Win tickets to see Second City perform at GPAC this Friday! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to enter! Winners will be chosen at lunchtime Friday. Performing social and political satire in acts of scripted scenes, music, and improvisation, The Second City Touring...read more