Last week, my friend Amy Guth posted to my Facebook wall about a blog post I had written back in 2010, which had inspired her to write something similar: That one blog post was a part of a larger endeavor called the 30-Day Creativity Project. I haven’t thought about it in ages, and when I saw Amy’s post, it reminded me of how many wonderful things came out of that one random idea. Here were the guidelines for the 30-Day Creativity project, which all […]
Jared and I love hosting parties in our home, and over the last year, a fun tradition has emerged. Before every party, we turn our kitchen chalkboard into a trivia board for our guests to enjoy. So… this means that over the last year, I’ve developed a love for trivia questions. So I don’t actually like playing trivia (I’m pretty terrible at it), but I really, really enjoy making up the questions. This weekend, I made a set of trivia […]
I recently launched a new project on Denizen, a magazine I founded for Third Culture Kids. Called ‘Denizen365,’ it is a photo project that captures 365 global nomad self-portraits over the course of a year.
takemwithyou is an installation I created in Wicker Park Bucktown, where I hid 100 disposable cameras throughout the neighborhood. Using Twitter and Tumblr, I left clues to where the cameras were hidden. takemwithyou was one of 10 finalists for Chicago’s largest art prize, “Make Believe.”
LOST: On my run today, I made a series of iPhone photographs of me puffing at a dandelion… the seeds are lost to the wind. FOUND: My roommate (and her dog) found an iPod in the park today.
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