Set It Off: Steven Lambert

August 12th, 2008 by Larry

photo credit: Ross Martin

Steven Lambert

I need one, that’s not my nickname, I really need one.


Where are you from?
St. Petersburg, Florida

Who do you work for?
Indigo Studios – Studio Rep 404.872.0110 (call me)
Only50 – Partner / Screen Printer / Creative Director
Michelle Consuegra – Photography assistant / I do whatever needs to be done
Simple Studios – Myself, Creative/Marketing Consulting

What are your Current Project(s)?
Trying to bring the Atlanta Creative Community a little closer through relationships, collaborations, and doing good. All at the same time of course.

Who would you love to work with?
Refugees, no seriously, I would love to work with some kind of relief organization by compiling a group of creatives to help tell their stories.

If you had to give all your sneakers away to charity except for one pair, which ones would you keep?
My worn out Chucks, thanks now I feel the need to give all my sneakers away.

What’s on your iPod right now?
Lots of melodic punk that reminds me of being 17, The Bouncing Souls, Rancid, The Street Dogs, Dropkick Murphy’s, Bad Religion, you know all that stuff. I love melodic punk especially during the summer.

What’s your Favorite ATL food?
BBQ Chicken at the Earl on Wednesday Nights, if you show up on a Wed. Night come by and say, “Hello”, I will more than likely be there.

What’s your Favorite ATL hangout?
The Earl, but still looking, I have only been here a year.

What are your Pet Peeves?

Shout outs?
Michelle Consuegra for all the love and bringing me to Atlanta, Blake Howard and Craig Johnson @ Matchstic, Jeff Shinabarger for connecting me to some really cool folks, Vince Hungate for doing good in Atlanta, and of course, Georgios and Larry, you guys are amazing and keep it up.

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  1. Steven Says:

    Thanks for the interview. Ross, great job with the photo.

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