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June 5, 2008 at 9:47am

The Tacoma Files: James Sinding

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DANIEL BLUE: MEET JAMES SINDING >>>

TacomafilesjamessindingTacomafilesart_7 "I was born in TG! Ten-twenty-seven-eighty-six," says James Sinding. He's lived on Prospect Hill for the majority of his life.

He claims to have attended Tacoma Baptist "for my entire life" but that's impossible because I know that currently he is enrolled in the University of Washington Tacoma Arts Media and Culture program.

The recent recipient of "Best in Show" from The Helm Gallery's 2008 juried exhibition, Sinding's piece was entitled "Quarantine Depression Now" and seems to be the mantra for Sinding's way of life.  Sinding is an artist. People will discover this to be true.  His work is innovative and inspiring. 

An avid bicyclist and generally a leader in pedal culture and style; I am often surprised at the outbursts of joyous laughter that exude from Sinding's oversize frame.  This is a fun loving friend.  I met him at secret beach on the Titlow side, at a random bonfire where I decided he was a good person immediately.  I don't think I've ever made someone laugh that hard in my whole life, but I'm pretty funny and Sinding loves to laugh. 

James is currently a valet driver at the door of the Pacific Grill. He's the tall smiling one - cant miss him.

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