About Prime Vice Studios
Prime Vice Studios, LLC is the Premier Sequential Art Company. ™️
"From Conception to Creation, We Turn Ideas into Assets." ™️
Our firm specializes in intellectual property development, comic creation and art instruction. PVS has worked with nonprofit organizations, universities, schools, businesses and personal brands to help them develop intellectual properties and teach workshops.
We teach workshops primarily throughout the Metro Atlanta area and create educational content. We aim to bring compelling ideas to life through visual storytelling.
Our mission is to use sequential art to empower communities to own their narratives and provide the tools to turn their ideas into viable assets.
Carlos "Loso" Perez, MFA
Founder/ Creative Director
Carlos "Loso" Perez founded Prime Vice Studios because of his art addiction. Always compelled to create, he opened PVS as a platform to continue to fulfill his passion and work with others. Perez earned his Masters of Fine Arts degree in Sequential Art in 2016 and has since been teaching comic creation workshops around the world and sharing his expertise through online platforms.
Loso seeks to work with progressive establishments and serve his community by providing compelling artwork, teaching comic workshops and developing creative talent.
Contact him via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Find him on IG @LosComic
Ananya Vahal, MFA
Co-founder/ Business Manager
Writer & Content Editor
Ananya Vahal is a writer with a focus on creative nonfiction, comic books and digital content creation. She earned her Masters of Fine Art in Writing in 2018. She is certified in viral marketing and has over four years of experience creating digital content for companies.
She is the creator and writer of the Lung Girl comic book series and teaches writing workshops in the Atlanta area. She shares her writing journey through her blog #browngirlwrites.
Contact her via email: email@example.com
Follow her on social media @ananyavahal
Gracy D. Crumpton, J.D.
Gracy D. Crumpton is a recent law school graduate who is pursuing a career in Intellectual Property (IP) law. Gracy's previous coursework included topics on Copyright, Trademark, and Patent law.
Gracy is also a writer. She enjoys writing on topics related to constitutional law, diversity in the legal profession, and matters of public interest.
Contact her via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow her on social media @gracydc