An internationally exhibited artist since the age of eighteen, Jakob Bokulich also works in film and in graphic novels.
Originally from Santa Cruz, at the age of seventeen he moved to Europe, where he found remarkable success as a painter, showing in galleries in France and Croatia.
Returning to California, he became active in the arts community of San Francisco and the Bay Area, curating a gallery, and working at CellSpace, the Artship (a 500-ft ship, converted into an art center), and the now-defunct Creamery in Oakland.
He has worked on film & video projects in Africa, Nepal, and Bangladesh with David Waldorf (for the World Bank and African Development Bank), and regularly works with Marco Cochrane on his large-scale sculptures, such as "Bliss Dance" and "Truth is Beauty."
Bokulich works out of his studio in Los Angeles, where he is creating a graphic novel.