In today’s world of social media, digital voices rant and rave, ruminate on their experiences, give life to the world’s causes, bring fame to the worthy, bring shame to the unworthy, denounce dishonesty and evil, and preach a million variations on truth. But while the voices are loud, the social media movement is, for the most part, a faceless movement. Conversations, discussions, relationships, business partnerships, and friendships exist where face-to-face encounters do not. Such is the nature of the Internet, and why this project, The Culture of Content Creation, was launched.
I was asked recently by the ThinkBakery blog to do an interview. It’s live now!
And to quote the opening of the interview:
I have had the pleasure of lots of email correspondence with successful self-employed artist Jessica Doyle. I posted about her on Design Milk, and she went above and beyond my “Do” list. She is so sweet and articulate, and her honesty is refreshing. Check out her story:
The Queen Bee aka Tameka contacted me in July for an interview to be published later to her blog. To quote her,
She is one of a few Etsy artists’ whose style is as identifiably her own as the historical works of great artists I’ve been forced to memorize and identify on sight in art history class. Only this time, my grade doesn’t depend on it and I actually like it!
I hope you enjoy reading the interview. You can read it here.
Thank you Tameka for asking me to be interviewed.
Tameka is also a fabulous jeweler and photographer and you can find her creations at PrettyinPeace.
About a month ago I was contacted by Ariadna Ramley of Design This Design That Magazine based out of Mexico for an interview featuring my artwork. The issue is live online now. It looks fantastic and is full of gorgeous artwork from artists world wide!
She interviewed a total of 68 artists for this issue! I am on page 98.