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Jacob Breeden
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  • Amarillo, TX
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Helping people, businesses, artists and non-profits put their creativity to work since 2004.

Creativity for artists??

Artist's have creative needs? I thought that was our speciality??

It is. Artist's are great at creating the brand new. But we spend so much of our time creating new art, writing new music, poring over our latest play or novel that we just don't have the time to market ourselves. That's where process comes in.

Our skilled staff of working artists can provide the following services to creatives:

* Website Design
* Portfolio Development
* Gallery Marketing Technique
* Social Network Integration
* Graphic Design (Cover Art, Postcards, etc.)
* Branding
* Consultation
* Facilitation of Art Purchases
* Photography of Your Creative Output
* Creativity Workshops
* Skill development

If you would like to find out more about pricing or the services we offer to artists, musicians, writers, and all other creatives please contact us via email at or call at 806.681.4337.

Want to be involved with process?? Share your love of creativity and make a little money while your at it. Submit your request to!

So...who are we?

process is a collaborative of talented working artists, designers, technology wizards, and teachers who believe in the power of the creative process.

process is a locally owned business located in Amarillo, Texas.

process was founded by Jacob Breeden. Jacob is a working artist in Amarillo. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Sculpture from the University of North Texas. He has worked as a commercial graphic designer for various firms, as the Director of Education at the Amarillo Museum of Art, as the Membership Director of High Plains Public Radio, and for science museums, art museums, and galleries across the country. He is an experienced media producer and animator and is certified to teach visual arts in the state of Texas (though the state is not hiring). He has experience writing grants, developing fundable projects, and his wife and kids seem to like him. His artistic work can be found at

But at its core, process is all about you. While other firms tell you what they plan to do with your image, while other teachers try to force you into their molds, while other coaches try to cloud your vision with ephemeral nonsense - at process we work with you to develop a comprehensive vision of how creativity can benefit you financially, mentally, and emotionally for the rest of your life. And then we help you get there.

Thank you!

The process Team.

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While I'm being featured...

Posted on May 30, 2011 at 8:48am 0 Comments

I though I might tell you about what I do.


First and foremost - I am a family man. I am married to an amazing woman. We have two daughters and a third on the way in August. My girls are the only thing in this world that really matter.


After that - I am an artist and a professional creative. I'm 34 years old. I am a classically trained sculptor with a B.F.A. from U.N.T. I am a trained animator, illustrator, and painter. I can draw. I am a writer and a…


Creativity and 'unemployment'

Posted on May 28, 2011 at 8:12pm 0 Comments

If more of this country were engaged in creativity, we might not have the unemployment problems we have now. At some point we stopped 'creating' new things. We replaced that with the 'replication' of cheap things - and we guaranteed our current lot.The reason most people hate their jobs is that are never given real challenges. If all you need to do to make your paycheck is's hard to find satisfaction. But - we have…


How I ended up here...

Posted on May 28, 2011 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

"Due to budget cuts, your position is being eliminated as of tomorrow." Thus I ended my latest 'career' as the developemnt director for a large public radio station. Two weeks severance pay, a letter of recommendation from the director, an apology from the board, and a handshake later...I rejoined the ranks of the unemployed.…


Creative people make life interesting.

Posted on May 28, 2011 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

Creative people make life interesting.

They do. For all of us.

But from a more selfish position - they make life interesting for me.

I've been traveling a bit lately and meeting artists around the region. It's been a real pleasure. Quality conversations with people who take their pursuit of art very seriously are a commodity of underestimated value. People have been very willing to share their pain, their joy, their suffering and their successes when it comes… Continue

Thinking about creativity and higher education...

Posted on May 28, 2011 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Thinking about creativity and higher education...

Creativity has been on my mind these last few days (or decades - but who's counting). I'm particularly engaged right now in the application of creativity to art making and how it exists in the current academic culture. Much of my internal debate has to do with the differences between academic art making and what's commonly called 'outsider art'. Basically, you either have a college degree in art making, or you’re an outsider. That's… Continue

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At 12:42am on February 7, 2009, Judith Gillis said…
Large canvas unstretched raw and not gessoed clear or white, geometric,
random control, a young painter, male, dynamic, colourful, insure of his
direction yet...unmistakenly forward.

does subject matter influence you in any way or is it from the inside out?

At 4:16pm on January 13, 2009, Woodson Parker said…
Hey great paintings man, welcome to the root 66, and keep up the good work! We're hoping you will get your art to those who know what's good!

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