Hollis Wong-Wear

Writer, Performer, Creative Producer

Hollis Wong-Wear is a writer, performer and creative producer who lives between Seattle and Los Angeles. She is the lead vocalist of the Seattle-based electronic R&B trio The Flavr Blue, and was Grammy nominated for Album of the Year for her vocal performance of "White Walls" on The Heist by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. With roots in spoken word and slam poetry through the nationally recognized Youth Speaks program, Hollis has facilitated youth creative writing workshops and mentored teenaged spoken word poets, while continuing to write and perform poetry in her community and beyond. She has been a featured speaker at conferences, conventions and speaker series throughout Seattle, including TedX University of Washington and Creative Mornings. Hollis serves on the Seattle Center Advisory Commission and Seattle Music Commission, and sits on the board of directors at 4Culture, King County's public arts agency. She also currently manages Forecast Recordings, a recording studio in the arts district of Los Angeles. Hollis is a graduate of Seattle University with a major in history and a minor in global African studies. She is also an alumna of the Hedgebrook Songwriters' Retreat.

 

 

 

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