Justin Gitlin, a.k.a. Cacheflowe (/ˈkaSH ˌflō/), is an independent creative coder, musician and multimedia artist based in Denver, Colorado, USA. His disciplines have increasingly intertwined after spending two decades in parallel worlds of software development, music and multimedia production. Justin has built video games, interactive installations, web sites and mobile apps for clients like Nike, Google, and the Denver Art Museum. His work has been covered by major media outlets like NPR, Buzzfeed, and Communication Arts Magazine, and has received awards from the FWA, Awwwards and The One Club, among others. As a genre-crossing musician, Cacheflowe has released music and shared the stage with innovative artists like Amon Tobin, Ulrich Schnauss, DJ Olive, Machinedrum, Dizzee Rascal and Nels Cline. As a visual artist, Justin creates algorithmic designs for print, apparel, physical products, music videos, art installations and brand design. His visual collaborations have been shown at the Denver Art Museum, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Dateline and Monkeytown 4. Justin was a co-founding partner of Mode Set, Ello, OhHeckYeah and Plastic Sound Supply.
Building Your Creative Career: Portfolio Principles
Join Ello & General Assembly to learn how to show your best self through your work and your ideas both online and offline.
Interact: The Good, The Bad, & The Beautiful
Join Pivotal Labs and General Assembly for an evening of thinking through the good, the bad, and the beautiful interactions we have with technology, design, processes, and people.
Finding Your Inspiration Through Creative Confidence
In this session our creative panelists will break down why we fear creativity, and how in doing so it impedes our path to bringing forth the treasures that are hidden inside of us.