Yearly Archives: 2015

A story about New York productivity: Started my morning with a visit to The Donut Pub, met a guy on the street corner hawking his book “How to Meet Women on the Subway”, took a Photoshop exam on a sugar high, presented a short film, attended an alumni meeting, went to an after party and […]

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Here’s some great feedback from Donnie Jochum. He and his partner Greg Newton from Bureau of General Services – Queer Division at the New York LGBT Center were one of the first to champion Transparency: The Gender Identity Project. Donnie modeled for the project and his beautiful portrait was chosen as a finalist for the […]

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Two years ago I became friends with Marsha Lane Foster. Since then I’ve had the privilege of working with her as a creative business coach and watching her career soar to heights she hadn’t even imagined. In Feb 2016 she’ll have her solo exhibition of Lane Foster Fine Art Photography-The Hostage Project and I couldn’t […]

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Today I had an odd but honest experience in class today. After presenting an emotional project, you burst into tears, manage to make your classmates cry then they offer applause for your first short film. There was that familiar feeling of being back in art school and letting oneself be connected and vulnerable. I was […]

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