Electric Legend Pictures Founder Freddie Paull on How Phoenix Can Bolster Its Art Cred

BY BECKY BARTKOWSKI

At this very moment, chances are good that Freddie Paull is doing one of three things: filming, planning to film, or hunting for something to film.
The 26-year-old founder of video art collective Electric Legend Pictures mainly deals in music videos and photography, using his free evenings to catch concerts in Phoenix. “Seeing random shows is what led to me learning about and eventually working with two of my favorite bands, Bogan Via and Harrison Fjord,” Paull says.
And it’s his longstanding connection to music that, sort of by accident, led him to band management.

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