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“As a documentarian at heart, getting to have access to how creative people approach their work and get it done, is exactly the type of material I strive to document.” Read more.
“Projects that I can make entirely my own, that I also feel passionate about, on a content level.” Read more.
“I’ve been an actor and writer for most of my life, and I can’t think of a period where I wasn’t working on at least one writing project, in rehearsals, performing in a show.” Read more.
“Cartegram is a side project I dreamed up in the early summer during a session of ‘Product Dev Friday,’ a weekly tradition that involves stepping away from the day-to-day work.” Read more.
“It’s a nice retreat from the 9-to-5, and gives something to think about and look forward to.” Read more.
“Knitting is a productive activity, and I enjoy the sense of accomplishment when I finish a piece.” Read more.
“Little Salon grows out of a belief that the vitality of a community can be measured by that community’s homegrown creativity.” Read more.
“As a knitter, I’m usually working on my winter wardrobe and gifts for family members…”
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