"I have had the pleasure of working with Jean on two occasions. The first being my solo album "Rejoice In The Suffering", and the second being our Queensryche album "Digital Noise Alliance." 

Jean was truly invested and committed to bringing those artistic concepts to life!  It was so refreshing to work with an artist that was open to new ideas and collaborating as a team to ensure the client was happy in the end.  He delivered the completed artwork and package in all of the necessary formats to the artist and to the record label efficiently and on time.  I highly recommend Jean for his dedication, work ethic, and neverending passion to create wonderful art for his clients."

Todd La Torre
(American singer and multi-instrumentalist. He is the lead singer for progressive metal band Queensrÿche)
"When i signed my Radioactive project to Frontiers Records i really wanted to create a stronger package of music and artwork than ever before. Thanks to Jean Michel and his great work I couldn’t be happier with how it all came out."

Tommy Denander
(Tommy Denander is a Swedish guitarist, composer, and producer with a list that includes over 100 gold or platinum albums and 4 US Grammy nominations. He's a composer and producer on over 3000 recordings with stars like Michael Jackson, Alice Cooper, Deep Purple, Paul Stanley, Hollywood Vampires, Jeff Beck, Ricky Martin, Peter Cetera, Anastacia, Tokyo Hotel, Richard Page, Richard Marx, Wycleaf Jean, A$AP Ferg, Rob Thomas, Christopher Cross, and many others.

His work also extends to film soundtracks, including "Gorillas in the Mist," "Alice in Wonderland," "Baltic Storm," and "Anastasia.")

"It was an amazing experience working with Jean Michel on our album art work. He listened closely to our ideas and the message we wanted told through the images and layout. He took our ideas and made them even better. Jean Michel is not only a talent artist but he really understands the music behind the art and what needs to be presented to sell the product. He’s an active listener and a consummate professional. We always look forward to working with one of the best."

Mack Mullins
(The founder and vocalist of the Atlanta, Georgia-based rock group The CEO)
"I really enjoyed working with Jean Michel on the artwork for my Sonic Healing album. I gave him the basic idea of using the Rod of Asclepius medical symbol and he really ran with it adding lots of elements that I never even thought of. Just take a look at the cover. His work speaks for itself."

Todd Michael Hall
(Lead singer of the Heavy Metal band Riot V, hailing from New York (formerly known as Riot), and also a participant in the 18th season of "The Voice USA", where he joined Blake Shelton's team.)
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