Creative Footprint (CFP) is a data-driven research project by nighttime consultancy agency VibeLab, that studies creative spaces and communities to examine the cultural value and impact of music and nightlife in the city.
Our methodology goes beyond economic impact, prioritising original content, interdisciplinary connections, and cross-functional spaces for thriving local scenes.
Since its founding in 2017, CFP has been conducting community-based and collaborative venue mapping in Berlin, New York, Tokyo, Stockholm and Montreal: including music spaces, clubs, galleries, and informal creative spaces.
The goal of CFP is to show the value of spaces that foster talent, strengthen communities and make our cities unique.
Our Founders Have Been Featured In:
Lutz Leichsenring (he/him)
Mirik Milan (he/him)
Diana Raiselis (they/ them)
Amir Alexander Salem (he/him)
Maarten van Brederode (he/him)
Jess Dymond Barber (she/her)
Michael Fichman (he/him)
Michael Fichman is a city planner, researcher and lecturer at PennPraxis at the University of Pennsylvania’s Weitzman School of Design. He is a nightlife organiser, musician, and Philadelphia City Council’s Arts and Culture Task Force member. He is also an editor of the Global Nighttime Recovery Plan.