Bio

Jim at Lincoln Park

Jim Dicus is a native of Washington, but he spent 12 years in Arizona where he learned some hard lessons and graduated from Arizona State University with a Master of Fine Arts. Immediately upon returning to WA, he threw himself into the local music scene–sitting in on a few Power Skeleton sessions and playing bass in Skunk Rider. Because of his long time involvement in bands, he learned graphic design and worked to expand into video production when he began his work on the story of The Basement–a documentary about a small art and music movement in Wenatchee.
In addition to his musical and design commitments, Jim enjoys spending time with his family–going to the beach, taking bike rides, playing football, and going to concerts. His hobbies include making movies with his kids and recording music in his home studio. 

He currently plays guitar in This Definite Sky, bass in Four Fathoms, and is working as a Production Supervisor / Video Editor for Deviant Kind Productions.

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