Tyler James Patterson lives and works in Los Angeles, CA where he is the CEO and Creative Director of Residency (www.ResidencyApparel.com), a non-profit social enterprise that makes custom, branded merchandise to employ women transitioning out of homelessness. Alongside his work with Residency, Tyler is a self-taught, multi-disciplinary artist working in painting, music/audio art, film photography, and digital art. Tyler’s visual work often includes perspectives created by instruments of perceptual distortion: mirrors, magnifying glasses, microscopes, etc. that depict subjects who are both themselves and the objects of their own distortion. His style is influenced by Japanese Ukiyo-e prints and the paintings of American artist Mary Cassatt.


Exhibitions:
2018 “Zion” A 60-minute audio album designed for the shuttles of Zion National Park (Utah, USA)
2017 “Bobok” A 40-minute audio album incorporating the effects of sound and music in visual sensory deprivation

Residencies:
2017 Zion National Park Artist-in-Residence (Music Composition)