In the late '80s, alongside Andy Jenkins and Spike Jonze, Mark "Lew" Lewman rounded out the infamous Master Cluster — a trio of creatives responsible for a mounatain of magazine rubble. The three met in the mid '80s, working together on Freestylin' magazine. Lewman was the cornerstone of the editorial staff and responsible for some of the most influencial writing coming from the late '80s era of BMX. He went on to write and manage editorial for several youth-culture magazines, including, Homeboy, Dirt, Big Brother and Grand Royal. Lew is also a creative cunsultant for Dickhouse Entertainment (best known for Jackass).
Currently, Lewman is a principal and creative director of the groundbreaking agency, Nemo Design, in Portland, Oregon, where, with a crack staff, has supercharged an abundance culturally influencial brands.