The work I do at Longstocking Design comes with a slew of ethics embedded. I don’t often talk about it, but it is the filter for the work I do. Mostly working with non-profits, small businesses, and arts/cultural/educational initiatives inherently creates this filter as well. Designers Should Take Responsibility for the Ethics of Their Clients
For this year’s Maine College of Art’s annual MECA Holiday Sale, I’ll be selling handmade felt buoys. These are just about life-sized. The ones pictured here are nearly complete, but are lacking the final details. Come see them on December 5, 5–9pm, and December 6, 10am–5pm at Maine College of Art, 522 Congress Street, Portland Maine. … Read More
In the summer of 2012, I presented my project, The Back Story, at a local Pecha Kucha event here in Portland, Maine. The audio and slideshow are presented below. See the website for The Back Story here.
I am working towards the MECA Holiday Sale 2014. I will be selling hand-dyed, hand-printed onesies. Here is a sneak peek at the colors I’ll be offering in a range of sizes, Newborn to 18 months. Ocean | Moss | Marigold | Persimmon | Raspberry
Recently, my husband cleaned off my mom’s computer for her. Eleven years after graduation, these photos arise again. These are a whole other me with an entirely different body of work. I love the materiality of those pieces, along with the depth of their reflections on the current political climate. I drawing-bombed all the cities … Read More