Building worlds that turn your business into an experience.
Stories create experiences. Experiences create affiliation and connection. Connections compel customers to return. Linda builds narratives as experiential infrastructure for restaurants, bars, retail establishments and other front-line customer businesses.
With rich experience in writing and entertainment producing, Linda Klein is one of the many business artists who push-started what is now known as Denver's exploding Immersive Design Movement. She has sought-after expertise in comedy, experience design and IRL/UX (In Real Life/User Experience.) Labeled a hospitality empath, she has combined that with her exuberant curiosity to forge a career path that continually defies categorization.
Room for Milly
"Room for Milly is the future of Denver bars and restaurants" - The Know
"I’m not talking about a theme; the 20th Century can keep that trend. No, the change that’s happening now is more akin to artwork."
Recognized by Restaurant Hospitality magazine as a New Experience Focused Concept
Farm to Spaceship
A Take-Out Immersive Experience
"utterly-charming" - 303 Magazine
"While the comparison errs on the side of oversimplification, the experience could be likened to a Meow Wolf dinner party, all done from the comfort of home."
WITH MY GNOMIES - A "Gnomatic" Adventure & Community Commerce Experience
An arts+tech+business collaboration with Brian Corrigan spanning Downtown Colorado Springs, Downtown Denver and the University Boulevard Corridor in Centennial. The creative placemaking project pairs multidisciplinary artists working across theater, sculpture, folklore, music, technology, play, and lighting design with locally owned businesses to promote commercial activity. "Are you ready for adventure? We have just the thing..." - Fox21News
STORYTELLING THAT DISRUPTS BUSINESS AS USUAL
Denver Startup Week Presentation
Linda Klein explores how storytelling adds value that goes beyond the bottom line.
BAKING WITH MY GNOMIES
A spirited at-home experience that is part hands-on baking show, part innovation lab all stirred together with a smidge of playful mischief.
"The Gnomies carry enough substance to be fairly considered art." - 303 Magazine