|Born||Akron, OH, USA|
|Associated acts||John Taylor|
Patty was born and raised in Akron, Ohio, (USA) and graduated from Kent State University with a Graphic Design degree. She moved to Los Angeles on New Year's Eve in 1995 and has lived there ever since.
A qualified graphic designer, Patty has also worked as a personal assistant, web designer, webmistress, photographer, merchandiser, photo retoucher, videographer, and music editor. She worked with John Taylor in the mid-to-late 1990s, helping him create, run, and maintain his website, Trust The Process (TTP), a grassroots creative outlet for Taylor's music, thoughts, and ideas, and a way to maintain a connection with his fanbase. It was also a no-rules creative playground and experiment lab for Patty. She worked with John on designing all of his CD packaging as well as creating other merchandise, t-shirts, hoodies, stickers, posters, and a magazine.
In addition to working with John, Patty was brought in to create the logo identity for clothing company Juicy Couture and worked very closely with Juicy's co-founders, Gela Nash and Pam Skaist-Levy. She worked on women's graphic logos and designs for the company for several years. When Juicy launched a men's line, she and John Taylor played a big part in the design direction. Hundreds of logos and designs were created by the pair over five years.
She recently launched her own "Punk Masters" line of t-shirts and other merchandise.
A selection of Patty Palazzo's workEdit
- ↑ John Taylor and Juicy Couture/ Peavey Liberator Bass Project
- ↑ John Taylor & Juicy Couture Bridge Fashion & Function on Peavey Liberator Series Instruments
- ↑ The Punk Masters Etsy shop