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July 28, 2008 at 11:26am

The Tacoma Files: Patrick Johnson

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DANIEL BLUE: MEET PATRICK JOHNSON >>>

Tacomafilespatrickjohnso Tacomafilesart Patrick Johnson is a man of many facets. Like a baseball-sized diamond, thousands of little geometrical shapes link together to form the surface of flashy brilliant globular glitz. Try burning this one, and I don't even think he is even old enough to smoke. 

A musician and a photographer, it is smart of him to be a student of the School of the Arts here in downtown Tacoma. I met Patrick over a year ago at the Mad Hat Tea Company where he was creating his persona and exploring the wide and wild world of tea.

A star student at SOTA, Patrick has been recommended to me for both photographic skill and an above average dependability in most everything he does. You can meet Pat at the Black Water Café or at most any show that involves Dear Records.

Currently he is playing with the angelic Freeze and Fur Coat, and seeking to understand the nation of China, to which he has recently traveled.

I would not be surprised if this young man grows up to become a diplomat or an astronaut that has to become a diplomat because he encounters aliens out there in his space travels. Patrick has a way of making you feel comfortable with his ideas, he consistently creates a pleasant atmosphere for intelligent conversation.

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