If These Chairs Could Talk: What Seating Says About a Small Business


The complementary skill sets that Fred Brehm and M. Scott Vogel bring to creative projects make their partnership work. Brehm is founder of Brehm Lab, a digital video production services and post-production shop. Vogel is a director/photographer and Lead Creative of Kingdom of Id, a creative agency.

The two companies have shared the same Brooklyn, New York, studio since 2012. Some elements of the space are still a work in progress, but the question of seating was settled early. They looked to Herman Miller—and nowhere else.

How did the two of you come together?

Vogel: I had a company called Mission, and we recruited Fred as he was just coming out of film school. I was directing commercials at the time, and we just got along so well and he hit everything out of the park. We continued to work together for a while, then I got to a point in life when I needed to make a change, so I moved to Los Angeles.

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