The Law Collective is about relationship and collaboration as much as music and artistry. The music the Collective artists make would not be possible or what it is without the contributions of these beautiful people. They are part of the Collective. Meet the Collective Collaborators:
Claas P. Jambor – Claas has been an instrumental part (both literally and figuratively) in a number of Collective projects. He has producer, co-writer, and playing credits on Justin Law’s The Phoenix, was the producer on The River High’s debut EP, and also did mix (and magic) on “One Star,” Justin’s contribution to the Merry Christmas Good Night compilation album. (He’s German, if you couldn’t tell.)
George Brown – George was kind enough to welcome the use of his studio space and assist Claas on the recording of many of the tracks of The River High EP. He also played a pivotal part in the creation of Justin Law’s song “One Star.” (Diet Mountain Dew is this man’s secret weapon.)
Chambs Chamberlain – Chambs met Justin long ago, and he’s been friends with Nate Moore for quite a while. When Nate called Chambs to see if he’d mix LWN MWR’s first song (“A Name”) on short notice, he was up to the task and did a great job. (Yes, I admit the first thing I said to Chambs when introduced was, “Hi, James.”)
Jeremiah Toole and more coming soon!
Graphics & Photography
Patricia Youker/Twisted Root Photography – Patricia braved the Minneapolis cold (and convinced The River High to go along) and captured the band shots featured on The River High EP. (Shots are at the famed Nye’s Polonaise Room, RIP.)
Cory & Tamrah Ryan/CT Ryan Photo – Cory and Tamrah at CT Ryan are among the nicest folks around. Cory’s excellent photographic work is all over Justin Law’s album The Phoenix. Cory will also be better than you at your favorite sport, even if he’s never played it before. (And CT Ryan does an absolutely killer job on weddings, folks.)
Bryon Anderson – Bryon has been one of the most consistent attenders of TRH shows, even showing up to rock in Duluth. He was gracious enough to help with the graphics formatting on TRH’s EP. (Bryon will always have the distinction of being the first host of a TRH basement show.)
Kevin Dawson/LiftOff Designs – Kevin’s work has appeared on The River High’s “the owl one”show poster from the 2016 Cabooze show, as well as a number of graphics tweaks that made Justin’s life a lot easier. (Yes, I initially thought the owl idea sounded crazy, too.)
Charissa Gudknecht – Charissa has been around since the very creation of the Law Collective concept. After conversations about the purpose and goals of the Collective, she designed the Law Collective logo, color scheme, and website. When The Phoenix became the title of Justin Law’s album, her work was used in the album artwork and the first batch of Law Collective/Phoenix tees as well. (The phoenix logo is based off of one of Justin’s tattoos.)
Kathy Favilla – Kathy is a mult-talented creative who loves explaining things to people who don’t understand web stuff, and Justin knows this firsthand. Her ideas, tweaks, and contributions are all over this site. (And she plays a mean tele.)
Jason Ma and more coming soon!
Debbie Moe – Debbie is a dear friend of many in the Collective, and she is a talented singer and keys player. She has played multiple shows with Justin. (Justin doesn’t know much about essential oils, but Debbie could be your hook-up.)
Marie Bergling and more coming soon!