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10 THINGS I'M LISTENING TO

10 THINGS I'M LISTENING TO THIS MONTH  /  MAY 2014                                                   Read More
Posted by Josh Maze at Wednesday, May 14, 2014 | 1 comments

SURF MEMPHIS

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Posted by Josh Maze at Friday, February 22, 2013 | 7 comments

BE INSPIRED

It's important to be inspired. That's probably the most important aspect of Social Media for me. If I do not position myself to be inspired by other art and artists,  then I'll find myself turning out the same junk over and over again.  It's also important to know what you like. Can you look at something - a painting, a sweater, a tea pot, a spool of yarn, or the shape of a lamp stand... and instantly... without thinking... know... this is my style.  Or... This is good.... Read More
Posted by Josh Maze at Thursday, November 1, 2012 | 5 comments

FAMILY

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Posted by Josh Maze at Wednesday, October 3, 2012 | 3 comments

BRANDING A SERIES

We at Highpoint have a very special setup with two great teachers/pastors. Lead Pastor, Chris Conlee and Teaching Pastor, Andy Savage share the platform on Sunday mornings in a really cool way. They alternate teaching series. What does that mean? One will do a series for 4/5 weeks, then the other will do one for 6/7, then 7/8, then 3/4... back and forth. This give us as the creative team time to brand and promote the upcoming series. Pastor Chris is currently wrapping up his Summer Series "The... Read More
Posted by Josh Maze at Friday, July 20, 2012 | 12 comments

WHAT AM I LISTENING TO?

People ask me all the time what I'm listening to. Here's my answer today. 1. Sigur Ros is a band from Iceland who makes some of the most beautiful music. It's primarily instrumental I would say. Sometimes Jonsi sings in Icelandic... and sometimes he sings in his made up language. I'm serious. Check it out. It just came out, and it's brilliant. 2. Trent is originally from Jackson, MS... Where I'm from. He moved... Read More
Posted by Josh Maze at Thursday, June 21, 2012 | 6 comments