Lonn James Holiday is the namesake and founder of LJHoliday. Lonn earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornish Institute and has been a long time member of the Seattle and Fremont arts community. He is a founder and long time member of the Fremont Arts Council serving as the Grand Marshall of the Fremont Solstice Parade until 2015. He has established a successful IT career, worked in the Real Estate business as a photographer and house painter, served in the restaurant industry and driven City buses. Lonn completed Entrepreneur and Project Management certifications at North Seattle College. Captain Lonn James Holiday lived on a sailboat in Puget Sound and in the greater Seattle area most of his life in various houses, apartments, and motorhomes.

Among many endeavors he created a number of Seattle’s art cars in the 1980’s and 90’s and stage sets for various plays and the Cirque du Flambé. He has traveled in a motorhome painting and documenting the west coast of the US.

The last few years he has committed to online marketing and travel. He has found inspiration for his current work in Arizona, California, Riviera Maya, and Baja in ancient wall paintings, mystic symbology old and new, and modern graffiti.