Sam Hull is an award-winning Trans Media Artist with an almost boundless creativity, built on his broad experience in a variety of disciplines. This multi-faceted insight enables him to deliver truly unique projects, often combining multiple skill sets to the benefit of clients and colleagues alike.
Sam's vision encompasses film/live performance acting, coaching and directing; interior and architectural design; and music and fine arts. To every project, he brings enthusiasm, open mindedness and an unmatched dedication to deliver professional, evocative results. His Trans Media approach to every project is truly creativity unbound.
Providence Festival of Trees 2013
Been busy with the Providence Festival of Trees again this year.
Served as the Lead Decorator and Festival Creative Consultant.
Festival of Trees 2013
Getting ready for another Gala... This is my surprise for the cancer center tree offering.
Providence Festival of Trees 2012
I will once again be designing a tree for the Gala Auction of the Providence Festival of Trees. I have been asked to create a design to represent the Providence Children's Cancer Center which is of course an honor. I have chosen to design a tree based on the Russian folktale of the Snow Maiden. In the Russian culture, the Snow Maiden accompanies Father Frost (their Santa) to deliver presents on New Years Eve. The design includes a white flocked tree, powder teal poinsettias and accents in silver and purple. I am hand making black and crystal Faberge inspired eggs as the main design element. Lots to do but this charity is worth it.
A bit of a BREAK!
Nasty looking scar huh? Yes, all good things take time. After years of frustration and continued issues, I have finally had my left foot worked on. I am sofa bound for another month, but healing.
Hopefully all this time and pain are worth it. It has given me time to work on some scripts and design more items for my Pixen Christmas line.
Design: Creating A Chair for Charity
Sam continues to devote his time and creativity to helping local charities, this time supporting Community Warehouse, a home goods recycling program in Portland, Oregon, that helps low-income people "improve the quality of their lives and become self-sufficient by providing them with basic household furnishings." Their annual spring fundraiser, "A Chair Affair," features unique, re-created chairs and home furnishings donated by 120 local artists, and Sam's elegant black velvet Princess chair is home to a special piece of Tiffany jewelry. What's in the box? He'll never tell - at least not until it's auctioned off! Click here for more information about the event.
Film: Not Dead Yet to be Featured at iBradley Media Festival
Sam Hull's directorial debut film will be featured at Bradley University's iBradley media festival, an annual event that honors student efforts in "new media," including animation, digital imagery, film and interactive design. Bradley is Sam's undergraduate alma mater, so the honor is especially meaningful. While there, he will be the guest lecturer at a number of classes, and he has been asked to judge the student film entries. To learn more about the iBradley event, click here.