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This legacy website was created archive Creative Producer Frank Harlan's projects and activities.

Plus, a way to historically document his past work in television and live performance throughout his eclectic career as a visual performance artist.

 

One of his most well-known productions was a weekly television series that he produced and hosted. For fans of Harlan's alternative rock days as Northwest Music Icon, Bill Bored (1983-93) host of Bombshelter Videos, CLICK HERE to see preserved episodes of the show on YouTube. And, feel free to stick around and surf this site.

 

FYI: These pages are in a constant state of update because we keep finding things in boxes. Bookmark this page and come back often. Thanks!

Visit Frank's Online Apparel Store

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However, dude is old now, and as Harlan has continued to evolve so have the ways he employees his writing and live performance skills. Since 2009, as a Certified Humanist Celebrant, Frank has produced and performed hundreds of non-religious weddings and hosted receptions for couples of all genders. 

The COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020-21 has brought Harlan back in front of the camera via video conferencing apps. He currently Producing and Conducting multi-camera Zoom Events. And presides over Weddings and Celebration of Life Memorial Services with Virtual Guests.

Harlan is always in forward motion.

 

If you know anything about Frank Harlan, you know he's not one to rest on his laurels. Harlan is a passionate Creative who is always engaged in doing something, learning something, thinking about something, or walking his dog, Crusoe.

As an ole punk rock guy, hobbyist landscaper and hardcore environmentalist Harlan loves getting his hands dirty and invests himself 100% into whatever project he is involved with -- growing heirloom tomatoes for the Food Bank, being walked by his dog, Crusoe, or mindfully tending to his urban farm in Seattle.

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