Riki K LLC was established with a vision to bring the skills and imagination honed in visual development education, creative marketing and theatre out to the public realm in an innovative form. Theatre is the oldest form of interdisciplinary art that requires various professionals to build a visually compelling work. It fosters personal and professional development as exposure to multifaceted artistic practices is inevitable. Often working under tight deadlines where the press is waiting with a critical eye. The theatre professionals I have worked with have incredible work ethics. This is reflected in Riki K LLC’s works led by a strong conceptual design and innovative approach to fabrication to meet the budget and deadline.
Riki has the education and experience working with digital media and display technology integration into various environment. The knowledge in digital technology allows her to improve a concept with innovative thinking. Technology is never integrated for the sake of using it. The work is rooted in good design, craftsmanship and a collaborative process where the concept is never compromised.
Riki K LLC provides services from concept -> design -> budgeting -> fabrication -> installation. Riki will come up with the conceptual design, plans, and any drawings needed. She will identify and form the necessary team and professional services required by each project. Although Riki has a core network of professionals involved in most projects, each client's vision and the needed approach often requires a unique collaboration.
Riki K LLC's works on but not limited to public art, large scale illuminated installation, projection mapping, brand identity from 2D to environmental, digital content design, environmental design, environmental graphic design, sculptural work, visual marketing campaign, and visual development.
Artist / Designer
Based in Baltimore & Washington D.C. USA.
Not limited by state lines or continents.
MA Uni. of London, UK
BFA Academy of Art, USA
PRE Oxford University, UK
Fluent in English, Japanese, and Korean. Survivable in Italian.