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Wayne Rainey is a director/photographer, and artistic community activist based in Phoenix, Arizona. Educated in photography through 25 years of practical experience, Wayne Rainey’s professional background includes filmmaking, commercial photography, black + white and color printing and large, medium, and small format photography utilizing 8 x 10, 4 x 5, 35 mm, experimental, and digital cameras. He has specialized in commercial fields such as food, lifestyles, resort, and major production advertising.

Aside from his commercial career, Rainey’s reputation in the fine arts world is made evident through exhibitions at Bentley Gallery and feature articles in publications such as ArtNews, Communication Arts, Art in America, and Photo District News. Rainey has traveled extensively in Africa, Europe, and North and South America. It is through this travel that he distills a profound perspective and vision that is common throughout his imagery. Combined with his love for capturing beautiful images, Rainey has cultivated a unique understanding and appreciation for observing people and places; translating what he find into pure artistic expression.

Rainey is active in his hometown cultural district, where he has implemented numerous projects to revitalize the area, including both live / work facilities for artists with Holga’s, the recently announced RO3 Development, and a multi-disciplinary creative consortium, realized in the monOrchid building. He was also executive publisher of Shade, an urban arts magazine, and truly understands the process of moving film to a finished publication. His commercial work is recognized throughout the world and his awards include Addy Awards, an Award of Excellence from CA, and recent accolades in PDN and the Alternative Pick. Rainey’s active presence in the community is apparent by his memberships on various neighborhood and downtown boards including serving as a Phoenix Arts Commissioner and was called an urban pioneer by the Arizona Republic, and placed on the Phoenix New Times “2003 Cool Index” as well as the 2012 “100 Creatives” list.

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     Serving locally roasted coffee from Infusion in Tempe and have an awesome cold brew! We serve breakfast and lunch sandwiches all day! We use fresh baked artisan bread and quality meats with no hormones. We make many things from scratch including all our coffee flavors like Nutella, chocolate, vanilla and caramel. Our priorities are quality and service, come check us out for yourself! 





     Yano creative is an international award-winning design and marketing agency specializing in the creation of exceptional communication materials covering all aspects of today’s complex marketing landscape.


     From initial branding - to printed collateral - to web and mobile strategies, Yano has been entrusted with some of the world’s most treasured brands. We believe that delivering successful marketing solutions is achieved only by first fully understanding our client, their business objectives and their customers.


     Our work covers the full spectrum of marketing and high-end graphic design with an emphasis on creating striking visual solutions that solve real-world business problems. From small “start up” organizations to large international brands, Yano delivers to its clients a competitive advantage through creative strategic marketing combined with exceptional design.


     In short, Yano Creative strives to deliver exceptional work on every level. Our process involves a 5-step methodology designed to deliver creative execution and proactive management throughout the duration of a project. Our process ensures that we deliver creative work that’s on target and delivered with the highest degree of client service.

P | (844) GET-YANO



Affordable Food Festivals


Affordable Food Festivals throws the Arizona Taco Festival, Street Eats Food Truck Festival, and other food festivals around the Valley. The company prides itself on creating events that are inclusive, not exclusive. They also run a food blog that all the cool kids read! 

David Tyda

(602) 326-7469



Christopher “BOATS” Oshana is a father, husband, veteran, student and photographer.  My greatest inspiration is life and what it has to offer.  I started taking photos when I joined the Navy back in 1984, but was never able to truly pursue my passion because of my time in the service.  After I retired from service to our country I picked up the camera again, and it was a photo of one of my twin daughters that reignited the passion.  

I am currently attending Phoenix College in pursuit of an AAS in Digital Photography and have become more focused on the pursuit of doing this for a living.  I have to thank my family, friends, mentors Christopher Barr of Christopher Barr Photography and Michael Meyers of3D Design Visualization/Concept Design, for their support in my endeavors.  Since 2007, when I picked the camera backup I have received numerous awards for my photography including the Maricopa County Community College District Artist of Promise winner in 2011, the Western Eye Photography Competition 2012 and in 2013 I was granted work space and an internship with Wayne Rainey at the monorchid Gallery and Rainey Studios. 

Christopher "Boats" Oshana



The Bosque is proud to announce the opening of their new shop in the fabulous monorchid located on Roosevelt Row, downtown Phoenix 

The Bosque is thrilled to offer unusual botany + curated live goods. 

Adding to the booming unique and vibrant culture developing downtown, a brand new start-up plant shop has put roots down inside the stunning monOrchid gallery. The Bosque is a refreshing store full of life adding something that is necessary to a new modern Phoenix: Plants! 

 With a penchant for the unusual, The Bosque is proud to root itself into the heart of the downtown Arts community inside monOrchid, a cultural arts anchor and 15 year veteran of downtown Phoenix’s rebirth.  The Bosque has a focus on sharing unusual and refreshing indoor and mounted plants and has a wide inventory, ranging from small perennial succulents and cacti to vines and larger trees. The Bosque also carries carnivorous plants, ferns, bromeliads, air plants, unusual terrariums and gladly offers special ordering. Home goods and gifts gathered from around Arizona are offered as well, such as a large collection of early Arizona Highways, vintage botanical prints, greeting cards, older machines, and cameras.  The Bosque aims to help you create your own oasis in the desert metropolis that is modern Phoenix.

The Bosque is the unique brainchild of a young third-generation Arizona-native Michael Lanier. Michael grew up in Queen Creek and spent all four years of high school competing in Arizona Wildlife competitions. After studying Botany in college and interning for the USDA Arid Land Agricultural Research Service, Michael decided to uproot himself to Boston, where after a short time, he concluded that while you could leave the desert, the desert doesn’t really leave you. Unable to settle back into small town life, Michael settled himself into a small bungalow in the Garfield Arts district, referring to it more as a village than a neighborhood. He started actively integrating himself into the community, starting ‘The Planted Parkways Initiative’ to green the barren streets of Downtown. Within a few months, The Bosque was created on a small screen patio and the Phoenix Public Market on Saturdays, where it thrived. After an incredible extended spring, the plants started wilting in the heat of the market and it was officially time to begin looking for something a little more permanent, which brought The Bosque to the monOrchid, a vibrant local business/arts incubator at the very heart of Roosevelt Row’s. 

Michael Lanier- Proprietor

(480) 695-9320