ABSORB. exists to create and release excellent original visual & musical work, and to assist other artists & companies in the identification and realization of their own communicative pursuits. At the core of our efforts is the simple philosophy to always pursue EXCELLENCE + AUTHENTICITY in all we do, and to foster those principles in those we work with. For more on our process and what we bring to the creative table, go HERE.
We have excelled at the highest levels of film, design, touring, and televised performance production, and operate using a highly communicative and industrious work ethic to ensure the best results possible while keeping budgets and schedules efficient. And, we remain accessible to those we work with, every step of the way. We'll help you create something wonderful.
JARED SPARKMAN is production manager at Absorb. Prior to and since his completion of film school, Jared has worked on many films as producer and cinematographer. Jared is an integral, highly resourceful part of all Absorb.'s creative work, and provides experience-based perspective both on-set and throughout the entire pre-production, development, and delivery process. Jared likes going to live shows at interesting venues, watching great films, and getting intensely involved in excellent episodic television.
SAM KAUFMAN is lead designer at Absorb. Sam's taste and visual intuition are imperative components to our process. He is a graduate of Indiana University where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design and a minor in Art History. Before joining Absorb., Sam enjoyed the life of a freelance graphic designer developing album artwork, custom typography, logos, illustrations, merchandise, and web work for a wide array of independent and major label artists. When he isn’t obsessing about typography, images, and line weight, he enjoys spending time with his awesome wife and daughter, experimenting with long exposure night photography, consuming podcasts, wearing obscure band tees and standing somewhere near the middle back at punk rock shows.