You can consider me a mad-scientist creator of sorts. Essentially, most of what I do always makes perfect sense to me in theory, but often concludes in some kind of allegorical test-tube explosion, leaving me to wash the soot off of my face and waste no time getting fired up about the next concept.
This catchall label will serve as a host for these ambitious endeavors. It might be a makeshift record label for one project or a design studio for the next. Either way, I hope you will find something useful here.
Gentle, sincere, and built with a strong hook. | Consequence of Sound
Young Mister is songwriter Steven Fiore, sometimes accompanied by a band of talented musicians from across the southeast
United States. As a songwriter, Fiore has spent many years building a fan base along both coasts, touring with the likes of Jump Little Children and Howie Day, and even regularly performing as a guest vocalist in Jeff Goldblum’s jazz band in Los Angeles.
After spending 8 years as a songwriter for Universal Music Publishing Group, Fiore is now
stretching into new musical territory as Young Mister.
This is what I sound like.
Coming to a town near you.
Feel free to reach out.
Write a song about it.
Not so long ago, I started hosting writing camps at my farm house in the more rural area of Chapel Hill, NC. Thirty-six acres of hilly fields and a 100 year old barn-shack-turned-studio made for a pretty inspiring place to disconnect, relax and then of course, write songs. Now settled deep in the mountains of western North Carolina, I will be reviving the experience with a Blue Ridge twist.
Sporadically throughout the year, I will host 1-2 writers for two days of hiking,
swimming, drinking, eating, and writing when it feels right.
This is what happens.
Courtney Marie Andrews / Dillon Warnek - Still Young
Johnny Delaware - Always Taken Care Of
Stay posted with the Camp Journal.
Good design is honest. | Dieter Rams
Having taught myself to create my own show posters and album artwork at the age of 18, I developed a passion for clean design that spread to friends, friends of friends, and so on in the years that followed. Though I am no longer in the freelance world, I do still welcome all proposals and would love to collaborate if it makes sense on both sides.