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Brandon Gaston Signs On For Season 3 of In the Design Lounge & Expands His Role With GRAY

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SEATTLE, WA - Brandon Gaston, Arizona-based founder and creative director of Palatte Agency and notable host of GRAY's In the Design Lounge (ITDL), is set to return for season 3 of the interview series, this time with a new title. As the current season of ITDL films, Brandon will serve dual roles as host and Sr. Digital Content Strategist for GRAY, where he will work with the Creative Director of GRAY's Studio G, Meghan Burger, to conceptualize, plan, and deliver native content for their growing digital market. With a lifelong passion for design and fashion, Brandon is a welcome addition to the GRAY team.


You can catch Brandon on Season 3 of In The Design Lounge, which will focus on the future of design. Conversations with local and international luminaries will discuss innovations and ideas which are driving the industry forward and proving that design knows no bounds. Episodes will air every other Thursday at 4 pm PT/7 pm ET beginning April 7, 2022 on GRAY's YouTube channel and graymag.com.



For more information on In the Design Lounge and to watch episodes from seasons 1 and 2, click HERE.






 

About GRAY


GRAY explores the global design landscape through compelling and authoritative content around architecture, interiors, landscapes, product design, fashion, and design culture. Founded in 2011 by Shawn Williams, GRAY is a privately-held, independently-owned media company based in Seattle, Washington, United States. GRAY is positioned to offer a unique take on the industry from its vantage point in the Pacific Northwest—an extraordinary locale that is both a hotbed of innovation and an enduring proponent of the design movement. GRAY's award-winning, magazine, digital assets, and live events serve to inform and engage audiences about the international design landscape and contextualize its influence on contemporary culture.




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