Paul Wellman

Closer to the Sun

Waking to the view of the city below Lizard’s Mouth was all it took for Katie Dee Jensen to decide Santa Barbara was her new home. College and graphic design — one of her faves is Jim Phillips and his skateboard, punk, Slimeball psychedelia — first brought her here from Santa Cruz. Now a member of the Indy trio of advertising designers, Katie said she especially likes meeting with people “to work toward their vision. It’s like reading their aura,” she said, “and getting who they are just by listening.”

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